A brand new bus stop with a difference has opened on London’s Regent Street. The difference? It’s made entirely from Lego bricks. Built by Hamleys, the new stop contains over 100, 000 of the world-famous plastic bricks and has been created to mark Transport for London (TFL) Year of the Bus, which celebrates 100 years since London buses were sent to the Western Front in WW1, as well as the 60th anniversary of the Routemaster.
According to a TFL spokesman, the bus stop is due to be taken down on 15th July, but it might see it’s lifespan extended if it’s not “tampered” with.