Tim Kaebisch, an engineering student from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has built a working model of Miller Park....out of Lego! Tim has built several versions over the past few years, his first attempt taking place in 2001. His latest version, version 4B, is the most detailed and feature rich, and took him about four months to build. Even more amazing is that he was able to replicate the park based only on photos and notes he took during multiple visits.
Some of the features he included are a retractable roof and outfield panels, working lights, even concession stands and restaurants with little Lego baseball fans sitting at the tables! Pretty amazing work!
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