I showed you this interactive water display in Washington Park last week. But I, Sweet William The Scot, did not really come down to see the new park. I had to transgress the park from where Lee parked the car to get to the building you see across the cobblestone street.
Yep that is Music Hall. A beautiful Gothic Revival building, constructed in 1878.
Made it across the street!
Always look both ways.
I rested right inside the doors while Lee got the pictures.
There was something to see in the lobby.
More than 100,000 LEGO bricks to build a replica of Music Hall.
The hardest part building was the large rose window and arch work above.
1,350 individual clear LEGO window panels.
More than 10,000 transparent blue dots that make up the Miami-Erie canal which use to be behind Music Hall in the late 1800's
The LEGO ceiling looks like the real ceiling
7.5 months to build.
Builder of this 1/50 scale model is Mark Clark.
Model is 100 inches wide by 196 inches deep by 42 inches high.
Now some small detail shots.
Oh did I tell you Music Hall has a reputation as one of the most haunted sites in the city.
Thanks for being a friend
Traveling down the road and back again
Your heart is true and your a friend of mine
Sweet William The Scot