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LEGO unwraps Christmas tree at St Pancras

Toymaker LEGO has completed this 12.2 metre-high Christmas tree made from 600,000 plastic bricks at St Pancras International station, London

Described as the tallest LEGO tree ever, the model is the centrepiece of a ‘festive extravaganza’ at the station which includes musical performances and a competition.

LEGO marketing director David Buxbaum: ‘The LEGO brand is all about play and creativity and Christmas is the time for celebration and fun.  This magnificent Christmas tree is a shining example of these values and shows that with LEGO bricks you can let your imagination run wild and build anything.’

The design features 1,200 baubles made by local schools in neighbouring boroughs Camden and Islington and was masterminded by UK-based Duncan Titmarsh of Bright Bricks.

The Christmas tree will remain at the station until 3 January.

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