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Gigantic bridge to be made from plastic bricks in Shropshire world record attempt

Ironbridge Gorge Museums, together with the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), is attempting to break the Guinness World Book of Records for building a bridge with the longest span from interlocking plastic bricks.

Ed Diment, from Bright Bricks, added: “We are very excited to be working with the ICE to be installing the world’s longest span bridge built with plastic interlocking bricks.

“Working with the ICE, the record was set back in 2016, but this new installation extends that length to set a new record with a central span of some 16.8m.

“We are hoping that this installation will inspire a new generation of children to take up a career in engineering when they see what is possible with toy bricks.”

Part of Live Company Group PLC (LON:LVCG), BRICKLIVE Group and Bright Bricks are an international toy brick building and events group. The Live Company Group PLC is not associated with the LEGO® Group.

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