Last weekend we attended Awesome Bricks at Scotland’s National Museum of Flight. The show was attended by some of Scotland’s best builders with a strong showing from the Tartan LUG’s members. For those who wanted some hands on action there was also a brick pit, train tracks and other fun actives, including the construction of a massive brick-built Red Arrow!
Representing Brick to the Past was Dan Harris, who had along with him one of our Scottish models in the form of LEGO Corgarff Castle. Dan said:
“This was a great show last year and this year has been just as good! There were loads of superb models… I especially liked the Steampunk Pirates by Rod Gillies, the world needs more steampunk pirates. One of the really nice things about displaying here is that you’re displaying right among the exhibits… it creates a really immersive and enjoyable experience”.
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