20,000-Piece Lego Batcave Looks Like Loads Of Fun

20,000-Piece Lego Batcave Looks Like Loads Of Fun
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You’ve seen one Lego Batcave, you’ve seen them all, right? Maybe after you’ve taken a look at this 20,000+ piece monstrosity you might feel a bit differently.

Constructed over the course of three months (starting in January of this year), builders Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey estimate they contributed close to 16 days each towards their creation.

How do they transport the thing? Well, they thought of that too — it separates into three, fragile plastic chunks. That doesn’t stop it from weighing over 45kg, a bit of a muscle-strainer in anyone’s book.

You can find a few more photos below, but if you’d like to see the album, head over to the Flickr page.

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Images: Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey