Blogger: Bellaire Historic Society presents The Toy Museum - Edit Post "Special thanks to Brian from Brickworkz"

Blogger: Bellaire Historic Society presents The Toy Museum - Edit Post "Special thanks to Brian from Brickworkz"

Working on the layouts.

We have a ton of building to do. If your interested in helping feel free to call us at

740-671-8890 and let me know when your ready!


Special thanks to Brian from Brickworkz

Here is the scale of the World's Largest LEGO(r) Image. Guinness World Record event that we are going to make in the coming weeks.

WE HAVE ALREADY BEGAN!!! So if your up to it come on by, sort brick and plate. Build to your hearts content...become part of HISTORY!!

This is the prototype layout, actual one may be larger or smaller depending on the plate count!



Welcome to the new home of the Guinness World Record for the WORLD's LARGEST LEGO(r) IMAGE

We are awaiting the final cert. now, but we have the record!

Over 600 people showed up, 200 kids helped build the HUMONGOUS TRAILOR!!!

designed by:Brian Korte, Brickworkz LLC
built by;

Dan Brown, Crystal Boyd, Larry Courtwright, Brian Korte, Eric Harshbarger as well as MANY others!!!

Special thanks to Eric for letting us use his HUGE image to accent the truck!

Special thanks to Carol from COLTC that came in for the big save

Special thanks to our staff for making the event the HUGE success that it was!

Special thanks to the Spirit of 76 fire department for the big save on the food service.

If I forgot anyone, let me know!!!

Again...thanks to all involved! Sweet event.

And come to Bellaire, OHIO to see the WORLD's LARGEST LEGO(r) IMAGE!!!

It is in our gym!!


His work speaks for itself. We will be posting weekly updates as we get closer to the event.

LOOKING FOR BUILD PEOPLE. Let me know if/when you can come in and work on this event. This is going in the BIG BOOK people!!! Lets get it going together.

LEGOLAND® California fans were able to purchase a piece of LEGOLAND history. Several LEGO® models were on sale on eBay with proceeds benefiting the Foundation for Positively Kids, a Las Vegas based non-profit agency dedicated to developing services that provide comprehensive care for Nevada’s medically fragile and terminally ill children.
The New England Harbor was removed to make way for Miniland Las Vegas, which opened March 29, 2007. “The city of Las Vegas is recognized around the world for its famous iconic structures and we wanted to give Park guests a chance to see the Las Vegas Strip in a family-friendly environment,” said President and General Manager John Jakobsen. “LEGOLAND is honored to give Park enthusiasts the chance to own a piece of the New England Harbor and to support the children of Las Vegas through the Foundation for Positively Kids.”
Thank you to all the LEGOLAND California supporters who helped raise money during the New England Model Auction. With your help LEGOLAND California was able to raise more than $14,000 for charity!
Just in case you want the link;
Bet you will never guess where these boats are now. Yup in Bellaire, OHIO!!!