LIAM Ransome's Lego recreation of Launceston's iconic Kings Bridge was enough to secure him a prize in Birchalls' Lego competition during this month's school holidays.
The 12-year-old Queechy High School student looked at pictures and drove over the bridge with his mother before and during the construction process.
"I thought about doing the Albert Hall first," he said.
Liam won the 12 years and under category and other winners included Isaac Hutchinson (13 to 16 years) and Adam Robinson (17 and over).
Organiser Nick Hutchinson said there were entries of everything from the Batman Bridge and the playground at the Gorge to the Launceston town clock.
Launceston alderman and competition judge Danny Gibson said the standard of entries was high and he was impressed with the imagination shown.
"Some entries focused on the historic while others focused on the present but all were of a very high standard," Alderman Gibson said.
There will be a display of the winning entries in the Birchalls' window in coming weeks.