This is just too cool to ignore! A man who works with LEGO pieces for a living (really!) has built one very realistic roller coaster make of the tiny pieces! And it’s pretty neat to watch!
James Burrows, who owns The Brick University In Spring Hill, Florida, built the realistic roller coaster from 300,000 pieces of LEGO. The roller coaster can actually reach 68 miles per hour according to scale. The track is 91 feet. All of this is on display in his Florida store. The roller coaster has various park themes, a movie theater, and a miniature golf course. All built from LEGO pieces.
Burrows plans to take his roller coaster on tour very soon. He also expects to have it certified by Guinness World Records as the longest LEGO roller coaster. Wow! Getting paid to play with LEGO pieces! Where do I sign up for that?