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Lego London Tower

Stretching over the River Thames since 1894, the famous Tower Bridge of London, England is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world. Now you can add this timeless classic to your LEGO world buildings collection! Designed with advanced building techniques and rare colors and elements, the Tower Bridge is complete with its iconic paired towers and a drawbridge that really opens. Fun to build and display, it locks together solidly but can be taken apart in sections for easy transport. Includes 4 miniature vehicles; a black London taxi, a traditional red double-decker bus, a yellow truck and a green automobile. Completed model measures 40" (102 cm) long, 17" (45 cm) high and 10" (26 cm) wide.

  • Includes 4 miniature vehicles: a black London taxi, a yellow truck, green automobile and even a traditional red double-decker bus!
  • Features the iconic paired towers and a drawbridge that really opens and closes!
  • Includes unique printed shield!
  • Features hundreds of 1x1 slopes in tan!
  • Many useful arches, angular bricks in tan!
  • Includes 5 blue base plates and over 80 windows!
  • Tower Bridge is ideal for building and display - it can be taken apart in sections for easy transport!
  • Add this amazing landmark to your LEGO world buildings collection!
Source: shop.lego.com
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Building the Lego London Tower Bridge in 4 hours - Timelapse
Building the Lego London Tower Bridge in 4 hours - Timelapse
LEGO London Tower Bridge Timelapse
LEGO London Tower Bridge Timelapse
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Lego London Tower Bridge is Falling Down

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