Ewan C. built a LEGO car 154.25 inches in height and placed a LEGO Minifigure on top of it.
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.
Brandon W. knocked over a Lego tower 81 inches tall with a single kick.
Nick R. put 197 Lego figures in a Lego car.
Xavier C. made a domino chain using 262 LEGO minifigures and successfully toppled it.
Louie Foxx stacked 24 2x4 Lego bricks together in 15 seconds.
Elija M. assembled 14 Lego figures in one minute.
Tom C. solved a Rubik's cube in 24.39 seconds while walking over a pile of Lego pieces.
Tyler B. stacked Duplo bricks in a tower 108 inches high.
Xander F. built a five-car Lego train in 5.53 seconds.
John S. stacked 54 American pennies on a Lego minifigure head.
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.
M. Henderson built a tower of 90 round brick Lego pieces.
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.
Keeliegh Greene and Emma Dwyer constructed a battery powered Lego
train and placed 61 Littlest Pet Shop pets on it.
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