A London Bus Stop Made Of 100,000 LEGO Bricks

It’s safe to say that Brits, in this instance Londoners, have lots of love for LEGO building bricks, so much love that there's an entire bus stop built out of LEGO bricks in London.

The LEGO bus stop was built to celebrate 200 years of London buses- it's situated at the Conduit Street stop on Regent Street and features a very appropriate ad for nearby Hamley’s Toy Store.

Every bit of this brick-tastic bus stop is made out of LEGO bricks, from the benches to the signage to the clear bricks used to replace the glass in the side panels.

#LEGOBusStop is only going to be around for a limited time, so if you’re a LEGO fanatic with lots of frequent flyer miles you'd better head for the airport!

-Via Nerd Approved

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