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Woodfield LEGO Store Display
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Display case diorama showen at the LEGO store in Woodfield Mall June July August 2006



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   Displayed during the months of June, July, and August 2006 this display small in size was packed with detail.



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   Elements of the display reflected elements that the various members work into their full size show displays.



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   Not only could one find these exterior details, the interiors of the buildings were highly detailed including such things as a LEGO Tom Cruise suspended over a LEGO computer as in Mission Impossible.



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   For more information please see NILTC.ORG



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   On the day the display was removed Roger Snow took the opertunity to debut his model of the Sears Tower.



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   Including the antenna the building is over nine feet tall and is made from over 13500 LEGO bricks and panels.



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   Despite the small size of the display there was two levels of train track. Thanks for stopping by! Please visit all the pictures of this display and pictures from other NILTC shows on the Brickshelf pages.



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  April 19, 2009
Is that in Chicago? If it is...I've been there.
 
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