LEGO Announces 9,090 Piece Titanic Ship Model - The Second Largest LEGO Set Ever
Built not to sink
Today LEGO have officially revealed the LEGO Titanic - a 9,090 piece 1:200 scale masterpiece which measures 1.35m (4 foot) long.
The LEGO Titanic faithfully recreates the features of the now sunken ship from its maiden voyage - from the ship's bridge to promenade deck to the swimming pool to the 300 portholes.
The ship can be divided in to three sections to give you a detailed view of the interior. You'll be able to see cross-sections of the interior with the grand staircase, boiler room and more.
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- set: 10294
- pieces: 9,090
- minifigures: 0
- Availability: Out now
This colossal Titanic ship model makes a historical collectible display piece and comes with a display stand to support each section. Add the "Titanic" name plaque to the bow for the perfect finishing touch.
The ship also contains a number of working parts. Turning the propellers will allow you to see the piston engines turn inside. You can adjust the tension line running between the masts; and the anchor can be raised and lowered.
Sadly there is no Rose and Jack mini-figure provided, so you'll have to supply your own.
The LEGO Titanic goes on sale on 1st November and will cost $629.99 US, $799.99 CAD and £569.99 UK.