Found July 19, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
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A diehard Buffalo Bills fan from Ontario, Canada decided to build Ralph Wilson Stadium out of Legos.  Robert J. Hall said that he was inspired to build the stadium because of his love for it.

“My main inspiration was my love for the stadium,” said Hall. “I made this in dedication to the Bills, the fans and Mr. Wilson.”

The 57 year-old Hall has also built Empire State Building and Golden Gate Bridge.

Hall says the hardest part was getting the right colors for the stadium.

“The real difficulty was to get the right colors for whatever you are building,” said Hall. “I had a lot of LEGO pieces, but had to buy additional ones from eBay in bulk.”

Hall took pictures of the stadium so he wouldn’t miss a detail while building it.

“I would walk through before the game and start taking different pictures of the stadium, different areas,” said Hall.

This is truly amazing.

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