• Sep 23, 2009
Top Gear host James May went to Dorking, England and built a Lego fort house in an orchard with more than three million Lego pieces. Now it's time for him to vacate the premises, and the house has been torn down. Mays had tried to get the structure taken to the Lego park in Windsor, but the cost and logistics were too challenging for the park to accept.

So now it's dismantled, all the way down to its red Lego slippers. With the plastic fantastic house in pieces, all of the bricks will go to charity and "they have all been allocated, so people can't just turn up with a bucket." That means you. Yet we do wonder if that goes for the Lego toilet as well...

[Source: Get Surrey | Image: Huladancer/Flickr/CC]


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      • 5 Years Ago
      i never even saw it built :-( anyone got a link to a video of it or something?
      • 5 Years Ago
      Its a great story, but what has this to do with auto news???
      • 5 Years Ago
      Wait a minute... that's a picture of duplo, not lego (well technically it's a lego, but for kids age 1-3). Are you telling that they're cheating and use the larger duplo (instead of the smaller lego) to built the house?
      • 5 Years Ago
      • 5 Years Ago
      Did they intentionally choose Dorking, England? That's marvelous.