Top Gear presenter James May's Lego House has been dismantled, rather than moved as originally planned.
The house was built in the middle of the Denbies Wine Estate, in Dorking, for the BBC series James May's Toy Stories. It was built with the help of hundreds of volunteers.
A spokesman for Denbies said "hundreds of people had turned up and everyone had a good time helping out." Including eight-year old Charlotte from Haslemere.
Some fans queued from 0430 BST to get their hands on one of the 600 tickets that were released, enabling them and a friend to help May build the house.
The "house that James built" used over three million bricks in its construction. It has now been taken apart, as it was not possible to move it to a new location, as originally hoped.
The Denbies Vineyard site was never intended to be a permanent home for the plastic house, and they needed the land back in time for the grape harvest. The decision to dismantle the house rather than move it , was made by the programme production company.
The move was disappointing to the volunteer builders who gave up their time to help construct it. The house was demolished on Tuesday 22 September 2009. The bricks from the house will be used at Legoland theme park for yearly large-scale building events.
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