LEGO Thomas has arrived in Bellaire, Ohio
The Unofficial LEGO® Museum in Bellaire, Ohio.
By Dan Brown
November 20, 2014
Bellaire, OH – Locally owned company The Unofficial LEGO Museum announced today that Thomas the Train will be arriving next week from The United Kingdom. This model is one of a very limited number of large-scale Thomas the Train models to exist in the world. A dedication ceremony will be held in December 2014 for this new model.
Museum officials expect this model to improve Bellaire, Ohio tourism and widen its customer base. In addition to Thomas, the Train the museum hosts a large amount of LEGO creations, models and robotic creations.
About The Unofficial LEGO® Museum in Bellaire, Ohio, The Toy and Plastic Brick Museum opened its doors in Aug 2007. A build event created the 2007 World record for “The World’s Largest LEGO® Mosaic”. Numerous books, online and offline articles as well as shows and events have been done around the central theme of the LEGO based attraction. Since the inception of the museum many new art pieces, images as well as buildings have been created in the museum. Thousands of kid’s works adorn the museum shelves and the professional built models are a joy for all ages.
The Unofficial LEGO® Museum hopes to rebuild the local economy while thrilling kids of all ages from 1year old to 95years young!
For more information, please visit http://www.brickmuseum.net.
To learn more about this model or the museum, please contact
Dan Brown, Media Relations; firstname.lastname@example.org
4597 Noble St.
Bellaire, OH 43906
Office: (740) 671-8890