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S.S. Normandie . My biggest ship. . This is the Normandie, the pride of French ships. The Lego ship can contain two luxurious first-class rooms, one dining room, one ball room, eight second-class rooms and two bathrooms. I had to destroy my Viaduct of Millau, The Black Pearl, 4-6-6-4 Challenger, Washington State Ferry, and the red hotel from my city. It is my biggest ship, about as long as my city. The legnth is longer than the height of my giant bridge. The ship is 128 studs long and four decks high. There was one accident in the making of this ship, and the entire hull had to be remade. The real thing was built in France. It was made in response to a contest. It won, for it was bigger, faster and more luxurious than all the others. One fact is that it was made with ten kinds of wood that are now extinct. It was converted into a troop transport, the Lafayette. A soldier accidently lit a fire, and the whole ship topsided and sunk. Sad fate for what was once the most beautiful ship. The stern of the ship. The side of the ship. I could have put two more lifeboats, but I wanted to keep the beauty of the ship. The top of the ship. On the real ship, the last funnel is a dummy and hides the airation system. And now, the real thing.


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