"Ka-boom!", "Bow!", "Screeeeech!", "Bing!", "Poof!". That's just some of the words you would say if you got your hands on this Lego Batcave designed and built by Wayne Hussey and Carlyle Livingston using more than 20,000 bricks.  

Taking over 800 hours to build across a three-month period, the colossal Batcave includes all the major vehicles from the first batch of movies, including the Batmobile and the Batplane, as well as the key characters such as Alfred the butler and Robin.

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Weighting in at over 45Kg, the entire roof lifts off and then the rest splits into three sections for ease of transport. There are four Lego Power Functions motors and a bevy of lights for setting the scene, all run from a battery pack hidden around the back.

You can check out all the pictures on the two builders' Flickr page

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