125,000 piece scale model of the RMS Titanic

On the fateful night of April 14th, 1912, the RMS Titanic steamed into an iceberg in the North Atlantic, resulting in one of the deadliest peacetime maritime disasters in history. Discovered on the ocean floor by Dr. Robert Ballard, immortalized by James Cameron in the 1997 film of the same name, the historic ship has now been created using about 125,000 LEGO pieces by Ben Macleod. I have seen a couple of LEGO versions of the Titanic, But Ben’s is the first I have seen with a full interior of every deck. 

Taking approximately 2,000 hours over 3 years, the dimensions of this thing are amazing, at a length of 9 feet 7 inches (2.9 meters or 364 studs) a width of 1 foot 8 inches (0.5 meters or 62 studs) and a height of 2 feet 8 inches (0.8 meters or 84 studs).  It is currently on display at “Wax World of the Stars” in Cavendish, Canada.

1 comment on “125,000 piece scale model of the RMS Titanic

  1. Wade Race

    Great job! As a Titanic enthusiast (Titanic Week every April, and a tattoo) I can appreciate that!

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