Farmer Builds Big Ben Replica Out Of Straw

Posted By Ben Goulding, 5 August, 2009 | permalink

Big Ben Straw Replica

London’s iconic Big Ben has been recreated in a cornfield in Cheshire, England, to celebrate 150 years of the famous clock.

It took 500 bales of straw to create the structure, which stands 70 feet tall and weighs over 20 tons. The tower is built around a steel frame, featuring a working clock which is illuminated at night. Fantastic!


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