Downton Abbey fan recreates show in LEGO

Creator used a digital designer to create the costumes for LEGO versions of characters
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Downton Abbey fan Eric Stevens has recreated his favourite show out of LEGO.

The 23 year old from New York has given the Downton Abbey estate a LEGO makeover, and he built the creation based on ground and aerial photos of the real Highclere Castle where Downton Abbey is filmed.

Stevens even used a digital designer to create the appropriate costumes for the LEGO versions of characters in the show.

The Abbey took four hours to build and Stevens took on the challenge so he could give the LEGO set to his girlfriend, who is also a fan of the show.

"I looked to see if anyone had created Downton Abbey Lego whilst watching last year," said Stevens.

"I couldn't find any other ones, so I decided to build it myself as a gift for my girlfriend, who also loves the show. The design took about 15 hours, altogether, and about four hours to actually put it together."

Take a look at the LEGO Downton Abbey below:

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