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Brick City exhibition inspires Lego builders in Suffolk

PUBLISHED: 19:00 28 January 2016 | UPDATED: 15:22 29 January 2016


	Stan driving Lego Tractor in the back garden

Stan driving Lego Tractor in the back garden

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Lego fans have been feverishly building away in recent weeks since the Brick City development was unveiled in Bury St Edmunds.

Janice Poulson, of Kesgrave, shared an image of a bright yellow tractor that she created using the iconic plastic bricks - then cleverly posed her husband in the driving seat.

Other readers have shared images of modern Lego and winter scenes.

James Bailey, a teenage Lego enthusiast, contacted us about his creations, including a bust made for his GCSE art project.

Are you a Lego fan? Send us video of your builds or photos of the end results.

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