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"Brick City" in Niagara Falls, Canada

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"Brick City" in Niagara Falls, Canada

Post  P_Thorne on Sat Aug 21, 2010 10:52 am

My father was recently in Ontario for family business and, at one of the rest-stops near Niagara Falls, espied a tourist-flyer for an attraction called "Brick City" (page on Clifton Hills site). Although the flyer clearly shows LEGO-brand products, the word "LEGO" is notably absent from the text. (It does appear in a disclaimer on the webpage).

Clifton Hill: Fun by the Falls
Brick City
Created with toy bricks
(Photo of three kids with awkward kid-dentition; one holds a red Bionicle Bohrok)
Discover an amazing miniature world created with toy bricks! Fun for all ages. Come play and explore!
(Photo of three official LEGO trains, head-on.)
A creative world of electric trains, buildings, planes, automobiles, boats and people, imagined with over a million toy bricks!
A 15 foot Golden Gate Bridge
Over 900 feet of train track
A 10 foot long Niagara Falls
A 10 foot tall CN Tower
16 L-gauge trains running independently
Over 1,000 toy people
(Photos of a Statue of Liberty, three trains -- at least one MOC -- exiting a yellow station house with Znap beams, and Golden Gate Bridge.)
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Re: "Brick City" in Niagara Falls, Canada

Post  maarek on Sat Aug 21, 2010 1:20 pm

I saw this last year when we attended my brother-in-laws wedding. They sell LEGO too at their store. It looked nice, but we decided to goto Canada at oh... 12 am heheh midnight run across the border for Casino's and Karaoke. We past by and saw it I took some pictures. I'll try and dig them up and post them.

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