London Landmark Tower Bridge
A man has spent ten years building a replica of Tower Bridge out of 1.6million matches - two years longer than the real thing.
Michael Williams crafted the 6ft-long structure every evening over a decade and it now has 156 working lights.
The replica of the real London landmark, which is 800ft long, has two household bulbs lighting up the two towers, and an illuminated 52 gun galleon underneath.
Mr Williams said: "Most of my friends think I'm barmy. They call me Mad Mike.
But everyone who sees it is stopped in their tracks."
Although the model is just a tiny proportion of the real thing, it took two years longer to build. Construction began on the original in 1886 and finished in 1894.
The road layers' matchstick modelling hobby began after he started making small boats but his passion for historical structures led on to his big project.
Using photographs and books he managed to recreate the bridge by sight, carving each stick by hand.
When asked why he chose Tower Bridge, he explained: "I wanted something English and historical. This must be one of the most known structures throughout the world."