London's LEGO Bus Stop Celebrates 200 Years of Bus Service

 - Jun 27, 2014
References: cnet & escapistmagazine
The LEGO bus stop that was constructed on Regent Street in London was made with over 100,000 of the toy blocks, proving that just about anything can be built with LEGO. Even the bus stop's glass panels were recreated with clear LEGOs and the only thing that wasn't LEGO-made was the complex transit maps, which was probably for the best anyways.

The bus stop is located right outside the Hamley's toy store, celebrating 200 years of bus service in London. The bus stop is only a temporary installation put together by the Trueform furniture company, but it will no doubt be attracting big kids of all ages. With so many small details to appreciate, it sure makes waiting around for a bus way more entertaining than usual.