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The world's longest LEGO train track

Posted by Dana Hatic  May 30, 2013 11:21 AM

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A team in Denmark broke a Guinness World Record for assembling a LEGO train track that used about 93,000 bricks and stretched 2.5 miles. Toy trains took about two hours to traverse the track, which reportedly involved a year and a half of planning and designing. The project was the brainchild of LEGO enthusiast Henrik Ludvigsen.

See more video and photos of Ludvigsen's pursuit here.

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