Wednesday, 8 February 2012

L is for Lego Liberty Bell

In November 2010 heading back home after our Hilton Head vacation we were on our way to catch a connecting flight to Paris CDG when we passed this amazing sight situated between gates A15 and A16 at PHL, Philadelphia PA.


A life size Liberty Bell created from white lego,
 perfect in every detail including the crack!
I don't know if it's still there 
but if you ever find yourself in Terminal A at PHL 
you really should go and take a look.
It is amazing.

Joining Jenny @ off on my tangent for Alphabe-Thursday
where the letter L is lording it today.

Jenny Matlock

19 comments:

  1. My oldest son, Thomas, would love to see that!

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  2. THat is unbelievable. You can;t really see that it is lego, perfectly made. Great L word

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  3. Wow! I wonder how long it took to build that?

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  4. What people don't think of. My grown up son and son-in-law are both Lego nuts. I'll have to point them here!

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  5. Recently flew out of Philly, but didn't see anything like this. Great shot, Maggie. ~ Sarah

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  6. This is awesome, Maggie! The things they can do with Legos!

    XO,
    Jane

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  7. We are Lego Lovers at our house - countless visits to Legoland (truly!) and a gazillion pieces of Lego (truly!) packed in Rubber Maid boxes for visiting children and their parents. I just know that TGD would stand in line to see that bell.

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  8. Oh, my! Now that would be amazing!

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  9. What can't be done with Legos? Pretty creative, I'd say.

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  10. JDaniel would be looking at this for hours.

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  11. wow! there's something you don't see everyday..

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  12. Legos! wow! Need to go on a trip in that direction. That's amazing! Hope you had a nice trip. {:-Deb

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  13. I was hoping someone would come up with a Lego post. Yours certainly fits the "bell."

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  14. That's brilliant! Lego is wonderful stuff :)

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  15. That is so neat...

    I wonder how Long it took to create such a Lego-tastic masterpiece...

    Thanks for sharing this for the Letter "L"!

    A+

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