Today I came across this awesome bus stop. I had heard about it but hadn’t seen it until today.
It’s made of Lego bricks!!!
Let’s have a closer look.
So cool! From further away it looks just like a normal bus stop but if you look more closely, you see that everything is made of Lego.
And on the inside as well.
They even created a ceiling lamp! I’m not sure if it works though.
And the bus countdown, which is normally a digital display, is made of bricks too.
This young lady is sitting on bricks.
This bus stop was created to celebrate the ‘Year of the bus’ in London. Lego used more than 100,000 bricks to build this full size, fully functional (except the digital display) bus stop.
Apparently it took 14 days to build. I wish they had made a red Lego double-decker bus to go with it.
Some more information about it is on the TfL website.
All photos taken by me on my iPhone 5s.
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This is SOOOOO COOL! I love Lego! I wish I cold work for them and do nothing but build things all day. :)