Tower Bridge Matchstick Replica

By: Going Like Sixty - Published: Dec 9, 2007   Updated: Apr 7 2011 • References: spluch.blogspot
Extreme hobbies continue to grow. The latest is the matchstick replica of London's Tower Bridge. It took the artist Michael Williams ten years of working every evening to finish the six foot long model. He estimates it took 1.6 million matchsticks and the project is illuminated with LED lights that will last for about 100,000 hours.

It's for sale to finance, the proceeds of which will go towards his next secret project.

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