Lego Bus Stop Made of 100,000 Bricks Marks London's Year of the Bus

A new bus stop made entirely out of Lego could put the fun back into the daily commute.
The model, which was built by toy store Hamley’s outside its Regent Street store with more than 100,000 bricks, is currently being used as a real stop for nine routes.
It was 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.
A TfL spokesman said the Lego stop, which is due to be taken down on July 15, could be retained in the long-term if it is not “tampered” with.
Via: London Evening Standard