A bus stop made entirely of Lego bricks has popped up on Regent’s Street. It was made as part of Transport for London’s Year of the Bus campaign; a campaign that is celebrating several bus related anniversaries this year such as the 60th anniversary of the Routemaster bus and the 75th anniversary of the RT-type buses.

The bus stop was made by Duncan Titmarsh, who is lucky enough to be the UK’s only certified Lego Professional, and he used around 100,000 Lego bricks to make it. Talk about a dream project.

The bus stop is fully functional and will be in place till 15th July so be sure to head down and check it out.


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