Replicas of the most iconic buildings in the world have been created for a new exhibition- made out of LEGO.
At the centrepiece of the exhibition is a five foot tall by five foot long model of St Pancras station in London, which comes with six platforms and trains that are able to run in and out.
The replica Eurostar terminal took more than 500 hours to build over two years – with more than 150,000 LEGO bricks used in building it.
The collection of 50 models has been put together by artist Warren Elsmore, who gave up his career as an IT consultant to build the models full time.
Other landmark buildings that can be spotted at the exhibition at The Harley Gallery in Worksop, Notts., include Westminster Abbey, the London Olympic Stadium, Rome’s Trevi Fountain and the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C.
Mr Elsmore has also written a book Brick City: LEGO® for Grown Ups detailing his creations and showing Lego fans how to build their own versions.
The Brick City exhibition will open on Saturday and runs until January 10.
Activities and workshops for children will run throughout the course of the exhibition.