This London Bus Stop Is Made of 100,000 LEGO Bricks
Londoners are currently enjoying a bus stop made out of LEGO bricks. Yes, an entire bus stop. It was built to celebrate 200 years of London buses and you can find it at the Conduit Street stop on Regent Street. As a special bonus, it even has a LEGO-made ad for Hamley’s Toy Store, which resides nearby, and sells lots of LEGO kits.
The bus stop is completely made out of LEGO bricks. The benches, the sign – it even has clear bricks to replace the glass in the side panels. It would be a privilege to wait for the bus at this stop. I wonder if people will start snapping their own bricks and minifigs onto the bench.
It will only be standing for a limited time, so if you love LEGO, go check it out.
[via Nerd Approved via Neatorama]