Iconic Pantiles immortalised in Lego bricks

Olympian Louis Smith

Modeller Neil Marsden says he built the Lego version of the Chalybeate Spring that sits on The Pantiles to celebrate the near 400-year history of the town.

He said: “This build celebrates over 400 years of the unique and historical significance of The Chalybeate Spring. 

“It features the frontage that was built around the spring, in its heyday, at the end of the 19th century and which can still be seen today.”

Neil says he hopes if enough people like the model, which was showcased on the plastic brick maker’s website ideas.lego.com, it could even become an official Lego set.

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