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Lucas Oil Stadium Tour
Lucas Oil Stadium. Home of the NFL football team the Indianapolis Colts starting in 2008. I thought the long trusses were beautiful, and the retractable roof would be cool to pull off using Lego bricks. Last updated 2009-07-19.
About this creation

Statistics

Scale: 1:250
Bricks: 30,000 (quite a bit less than I expected) plus minifigs (i.e. LEGO people)
Conceived: April, 2006
Completed: June, 2009 (debut of completed stadium was a BrickWorld 2009 in Chicago)
Total Minifigs: about 1085 plus 22 New York Giants players and 22 New England Patriots players
Thanks to all who shared such fantastic pictures on the web. Please click the images to see more of their photos.

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The exterior


Overview from the east


Closeup of east facade


Overview from the north




Signatures from Superbowl XLVI

The "bowl"


Overview of the bowl


View of the southeast corner




No bad seats in this stadium? Are you sure?
Yes, that's the press box hanging from the trusses.


Turning our sights toward the north


The north bleachers at night (BrickWorld Festival of Lights)




A little closer in. One of my favorite photos (thanks mreimp!).


A sidelong view of the east bleachers

Action on the Field


Field overview




The quarterback narrowly avoids a sack by Dwight Freeney

Videos


A video showing most of the stadium in motion.
A nice video made by Turqish69 showing most of the stadium.

A nice video of Brickworld Indy from a family's point of view.
A short pan of the interior
OK, I think this page is big enough, now. Questions?



Comments

 I like it 
  December 15, 2013
Incredible work, Brian! Very inspiring!
 I made it 
  October 20, 2011
Quoting chris patton how did u make the corner pieces.
Do you mean the corner bleachers? They have wing plates (http://www.peeron.com/inv/parts/3936) along the sides to make 45-degree angles. I'll try to get some pictures up.
 I like it 
  October 18, 2011
bro. how did u make the corner pieces. I've never been able to do that
 I made it 
  September 20, 2011
Look for the stadium model to be at the JW Marriott Indianapolis Hotel during Super Bowl XLVI!
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  August 27, 2011
Definitely one of the best stadiums on MOC pages. All the details are amazing, like the locker rooms and sidelines. Awesome!
 I like it 
  June 27, 2011
awesome, ive been to lucas oil stadium and im a huge colts fan and this looks just like the real thing
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  February 8, 2011
Cool! I got to see this at the By air by rail festivel.
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  January 28, 2011
Very Good !!! *****
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  October 14, 2010
that is amazing!!!!!
 I made it 
  October 6, 2010
The model will be at the Indy Brick Jamboree (http://indybrickjamboree.com/) from Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 16th and 17th, 2010. Hope to see you there!
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  March 13, 2010
this is more awesome in person than you could ever imagine...WOW..what a great job!
  February 12, 2010
ha ha the colts lost!! who dat drew dat GO SAINTS
 I like it 
  December 24, 2009
ONE WORD WOW
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  December 23, 2009
I made the main structure of a baseball park I will be building over the next 4 to 5 years. I will add an exterior and more details, but LDD runs slow, and buying the pieces will take forever. The stadium is New MOCpages park, and it has individual chairs for seats, and seats 752 minifigs currently.
 I like it 
  November 21, 2009
thanks im going to start making the new cowboys stadium
 I made it 
  November 18, 2009
Quoting Frankie Tomas it looks like there are no studs. did you put smooth flat picecs on top of the field?
You're right, there are no studs showing. The field is made of 1-stud wide plates and bricks laid on their sides. There are no smooth flat tiles at all.
 I like it 
  November 18, 2009
it looks like there are no studs. did you put smooth flat picecs on top of the field?
 I made it 
  October 26, 2009
Quoting Frankie Tomas how did you make the field with no studs?
The field is really a "studs up" mosaic. It's a 1-stud thick, 58-stud long, 96-brick high wall layed flat on the table. It's not even attached to any other part of the stadium.
 I made it 
  October 26, 2009
Quoting Frankie Tomas if you can please post the dirctions
Sorry, instructions would require thousands of hours to create and would total at least a thousand pages. Besides, if you have the resources to build something this big, why not do something unique?
 I made it 
  October 26, 2009
Quoting Frankie Tomas sweet how did you make the roof
Structurally, the roof is paneled with light gray 8x16 baseplates. It is framed on the ends by 3 rows of 1 x n black bricks, and at the top and bottom by plates attached to the panels. the panels are fastened together under the seams with 2 x n plates. Every 32 studs along the length there is a 3-brick high truss made of 2 x 2 x 3 round supports and 2 x 4 x 3 tails capped with 2 x n plates. Mechanically, the roof rides on the top of the 5 transverse trusses on rollers. A pair of mini motors are embedded in the bottom of the roof. They wind a string whose far end is attached just past midway up the center transverse truss. As the string is wound, the panel is pulled up the truss. A polarity switch at the apex of the center transverse truss cuts current to the motors when one of the panels pushes the switch's lever.
 I like it 
  October 16, 2009
sweet how did you make the roof and if you can please post the dirctions
 I like it 
  August 29, 2009
FINALLY! More pics of your amazing stadium!
 I made it 
  July 31, 2009
The stadium will make an appearance at Lawrence North High School (located just north west of Indianapolis, Indiana) on August 1, 2009 during the FIRST Indiana Robotics Invitational. Eighty robotics teams(!) will be competing!
 I like it 
  July 19, 2009
Great job! The stadium is incredibly accurate, and although everything is compact, it's so cool! Nice work, now lets just hope the Colts get farther this season!
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  July 19, 2009
holy cow man! that is truley amazing! second best creation ive ever seen! keep up the good work.
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  July 19, 2009
I have acctualy gone to the Stadium and toke the tour, this is a very very accuate model
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  July 19, 2009
Seeing this is person at Brickworld was very rewarding. This is truely a magnificent project.
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  July 19, 2009
I am not worthy...
 
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