May 21, 2013

LEGO Titanic

Lego Titanic

Scott Fowler of Kirkland, Washington spent eight months building this Lego Titanic. The 35 year old father-of -2 built 7'4" inch sections to construct this 22' LEGO creation.

It contains more than 250,000 pieces and cost Fowler more than $15,000 to build using specifications and diagrams he found on the Internet.

"I wanted to build a ship of historical importance that no-one had done before," said Fowler who began the project as physical therapy after wrist surgery.

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