Geeky Shit

The World’s Longest LEGO Railway

What do you do when you have a massive amount of LEGO tracks in your collection?

For Henrik Ludvigsen, the answer was to attempt constructing the world’s longest LEGO railway.

Turning to the internet and newspapers for help, he received even more LEGO rails from fans all over the world.

Incorporating almost 100,000 bricks, the huge project measured almost 2.5 miles long and took six hours to complete.

Once completed, the little electric LEGO train was sent on its way, traveling for almost four hours from one end of the track to the other—setting the Guinness Record for the world’s longest plastic toy train track.

[via LEGO]
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