Limited Edition LEGO Brick Tyne Bridge Model created by Bright Bricks

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I just saw this Certified Lego Builder Limited Edition set over on Facebook posted by user R Carter here.  These sets keep amazing me.  As many of you know, Lego Certified Builders are allowed to create Limited Edition sets of runs up to 500 sets distributed.  This particular set is described below and contains about 3001 pieces.

You can read more about this set here as well as order it if you like,  The first 50 are sold out, but they are taking order for the other 450.

http://61side.co.uk/shop/product/tyne-bridge-model/

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Newcastle NE1 Business Improvement District Company have commissioned a limited edition LEGO Brick Tyne Bridge, to mark the 90th anniversary of work starting on construction of the bridge in 1925.

There are 3,001 pieces making up this iconic bridge that arches proudly over Newcastle upon Tyne linking the city up with the great Gateshead. This model is a real feat of engineering even in a smaller scale – however at 105cm long and 42cm high it’s an awe inspiring size that will proudly adorn any space.

There are strictly only 500 of these mighty architectural models available, making them truly limited edition.

Each set comes with a numbered and signed certificate of authenticity.

  • rwecarter

    Thanks for the mention!

  • You are welcome. I really wish that I had purchased one of these at the time I saw this. I am kicking myself. I guess you can only collect so many sets!

  • rwecarter

    It does look impressive once built! But yes, so little space and time to collect everything 😉