Lego Christmas tree lights up the Trafford Centre

The brick-based tree branches out to Manchester.
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Following the popularity of last year’s Lego Christmas tree at St Pancras station in London, Lego has unveiled a new tree at Manchester's Trafford Centre.

Standing at nine metres tall the 2012 Lego Christmas tree is made from 350,000 bricks, featuring 108 branches and 450 special Lego baubles.

The tree was once again built by certified professional Lego builder Duncan Titmarsh, who started the project on October 20th. It was unveiled on November 1st.

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