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Lego Olympic Park

CalvCalv Member Posts: 904
edited August 2012 in Building and Techniques
Warren Elsmore has done it again and has unveiled the Lego version of the Olympic Park in London

Link here to the Londonist blog

and a link to Warrens own blog

The model contains 250,000 bricks and is currently on display at the Danish Village in St Katherines Dock from 11am-11pm every day until August 12 2012.

A link to the Danish Village

Thats a nice excuse for a trip to London again this weekend!!


If somebody has already posted this, my apologies, but I haven't seen it on any of the regular forums.



  • CalvCalv Member Posts: 904
    I cant edit my original post now, but I've found some photos on pocket lint

    link here
  • The_Brick_BuilderThe_Brick_Builder Member Posts: 658
    Shame it's not minifig scale, but nonetheless it's an amazing replica!
  • arkham_insanearkham_insane Member Posts: 4

    Olympic related so i thought id post here. Great build
  • CCCCCC Member Posts: 20,526
    edited August 2012
    ^ An archer won the gold medal in a pool event. Wow!

    Mind you, having the diving at the same time as the synchronised swimming might liven it up a bit.
  • BrickDancerBrickDancer Member Posts: 3,639
    ^Because the other diver fig was caught with dope in his ABS.

    How is the middle synchronized swimmer held in place upside down?
  • CCCCCC Member Posts: 20,526
    edited August 2012
    ^ Look in image 6 of 10, there is a clear plate or brick.
  • BrickDancerBrickDancer Member Posts: 3,639
    ^Can't really make out what it is though, looks like a 2x2 plate but diagonal and being held by the two minifigs. But i don't think that's right or possible.
  • CCCCCC Member Posts: 20,526
    edited August 2012
    Looks to me like a clear 3x2 brick, aligned vertical. The two outer circles (in a horizontal line) between their feet are the studs, the circles in the middle (aligned vertically with respect to each other) are the tubes. The two outer studs at each end connect to the backs of the legs. The two other swimmers have their hands up inside the feet, which holds them up.
  • BrickDancerBrickDancer Member Posts: 3,639
    Aahhh I see it now! Attached to the back of legs for the two vertical swimmers. Nice catch!
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