London Bus Stop Made of LEGO Bricks
Posted Jun 23 2014 - 07:17 AM
If you live in London or will be there within the next few weeks you should definitely check this out: In celebration of the 200th anniversary of the iconic London Bus, a functional (but only temporary) bus stop has been constructed from over 100,000 LEGO bricks in Regent Street. Everything except for the maps has been built out of bricks, including the glass, which of course was built with clear bricks, and the arrival screan, which reads "Next bus is just a brick away". In case you feel like getting some LEGO sets after arriving on the bus station, you can go to the toy store right in front of it. Check out some pictures and more information on Leg Godt.
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Posted Jun 24 2014 - 01:07 AM
This makes me wish I could go to London to see this in person. It looks really cool in the photos.
The only thing that would make this cooler would be if a bus made of Lego came and took people to their destinations. And who knows? Maybe that will happen one day.
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Posted Jun 24 2014 - 11:32 AM
Saw it! At first I didn't notice anything strange ( I know, I should feel bad ), but then my eyes fell on the boxes saying "LEGO" and gave it a better look. It was wonderful!
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