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World’s Largest Lego Ship

Check out the largest Lego ship ever built!

It is a 23-feet long reproduction of the USS Intrepid, a US Navy aircraft carrier from World War II, and it contains 200,000 Lego bricks and took over 6 years to finish.

Video by Ian Grieg (Bluemoose)

[via The Brothers Brick]

9 Responses to “World’s Largest Lego Ship”

  1. This is a wonderful piece of art but your explanation text is in error. It’s seems to be a WWII Class battleship (like the Missouri, or the New Jersey, now on the Delaware River in New Jersey), NOT an aircraft carrier. The Intrepid WAS an aircraft carrier, not a battleship.

  2. i think its a battlship

  3. It surely is NOT the Intrepid – an Essex class carrier. Based on the Hiragana writing on the board in the background, the Japanese flag flying on the rear of the ship, the Japanese markings on the scout planes, and the yellow bit on the bow tip (which is consistent with the Imperial Chrysanthemum on Imperial Japanese ships), I’d guess this is either Yamato or Musashi.

  4. Post amended – should now show the correct images (before it was the Japanese Yamato, not the USS Intrepid). Thanks to those who caught the error!

  5. cool

  6. its awesome. how many peopple worked on it?

  7. I’ve been following your blog for just a week now and i should say i will be starting to like ones post. and now how do i subscribe to your weblog?

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  9. that is aswesome nice work dude

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