Brick Journeys Exhibition
Embark on an interactive journey into the world of road, sea, air, space and of course - rail transport
Get ready to BLOCK out the dates in your diary for Brick Journeys, a LEGO® themed transport exhibition coming to Hopetown Darlington next summer!
Brick Journeys will be the first in a series of exhibitions and events in the Carriage Works exhibition hall, part of the £35 million scheme at Hopetown Darlington which is opening in summer 2024. The Carriage Works exhibition hall is sponsored by Darlington Building Society.
Designed and built by Edinburgh-based LEGO brick artist Warren Elsmore the exhibition will feature models appealing to rail heritage enthusiasts, transport fans and LEGO lovers alike. Highlights of the exhibition include models of the Oulton Hall, the LNER Azuma, as well as a LEGO recreation of Locomotion No. 1. Also featured are a 12ft Saturn 5 space rocket, an international airport with full LEGO runway, a fishing trawler, hot air balloons and a half-submerged submarine.
Exhibition dates and ticket options will be released in Spring 2024.
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Warren Elsmore is a freelance artist and author, who creates unique, one-off, LEGO models for individuals and corporate companies. Based in Edinburgh in the UK he works worldwide for organisations including IBM, LEGO, Historic Scotland, DFDS, WPP, Visit Denmark and many more. Warren has been a LEGO fan since the age of 4 and has had 'the best job in the world' since 2012. Now 38, he is world renown for his creations.
(LEGO®, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. ©2017 The LEGO Group. Brick Journeys is not sponsored, endorsed or otherwise supported by The LEGO Group.)