Henrik Ludvigsen and the Danish Lego club "Byggepladen" built a Lego train track measuring 4,000.25 meters long. They set the record at Broby Sports Boarding School in Funen, Denmark. It took them three hours and 22 minutes to assemble to entire track.
Louie Foxx stacked 24 2x4 Lego bricks together in 15 seconds.
Ewan C. built a Lego car 99 inches in height, he placed a Lego figurine on top once completed.
Zizo and his sister put 100 Lego figures in a Lego car.
Alexi knocked over a Lego tower 78 inches tall with a single kick.
Dillon B.'s son Ben assembled 13 Lego figures in one minute.
Michael completely assembled the Lego London Tower Bridge when he was 6 years, one month and 11 days (2,234 days) old. He received the set for his 6th birthday. Michael has been building Legos since he was four years old.
Ingvild Herfindahl and his cousin built a Lego tower that reached 32.25 inches in height. They used exclusively red Lego blocks for their construction.
Molly built a five-car Lego train in 7.41 seconds. She is three years old. Molly used Lego Duplo to achieve the feat.
Lance B. stacked Duplo bricks in a tower 105 inches high.
Anna completed the Dumbledore's Army level in Lego: Harry Potter: Years 5-7 in three minutes, 14.00 seconds.
Daniel S. built a 172-car Lego train.
The train runs using 20 electric power supplies and 70 Lego cables. The record was set during the Festi'Briques 2011 event in Chatenoy le Royal, France.
The New England LEGO Users Group (NELUG) displayed a working Lego monorail that measures 736.73 feet long. The monorail was displayed at the Wenham Museum.
Anthony Sava constructed a Lego locomotive measuring 29 1/8" in
length. Measurement includes the locomotive and tender.
Sava’s construction was documented at the 2010 SXSWFestival in
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