Belgian chocolatier's create world's largest chocolate vintage steam train
In an attempt to boost Belgium's internationally renowned chocolate industry, chocolatiers from the country have created the world's largest vintage steam train made out of the delicious treat.
The 110-foot detailed sculpture of steam-powered locomotive created by chocolatier Andrew Farrugia is made up of 2,755 pounds of chocolate and took about 784 hours to complete, the Telegraph reported.
The train, which is on show near the Eurostar train platform at Brussels' Gare du Midi, was created to promote Belgium's chocolate industry in the face of shrinking European market.
Belgium's three hundred chocolate companies produce some 2 billion dollars worth of chocolate every year.