New Regent Street bus stop is made entirely from LEGO!

There’s a new bus stop in London built entirely out of LEGO bricks!

The bus stop is situated on busy Regent Street and is just a short walk away from popular London toy shop Hamley’s. It took 100,000 bricks to build and is more than just a toy as it will be used by nine service bus routes!

The bus stop was built to celebrate Transport for London’s Year of the Bus. The celebration marks 100 years since London buses were sent to the Western Front in WW1 and the 60th anniversary of the iconic London bus, the Routemaster.

We wish all bus stops could be made out of LEGO!

What real life things would you like to see made from LEGO bricks? Let us know in the comments below.

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