London commuters may be in for a surprise the next time they catch the W1 bus on Regent Street near Hamleys toy store. There they will find a fully functioning bus stop made entirely out of Legos.
The installation is a part of Transport for London's "Year of the Bus" which celebrates the vehicle's importance to Londoners and marks some transport anniversaries, including 100 years since the world's first mass-produced motor bus carried soldiers to the frontline of WWI.
The bus shelter, which was built with around 100,000 Lego bricks, took two weeks to create and will be on display until July 15.
"Many thousands of people pass along Regent Street each day," Leon Daniels, Transport for London's managing director of surface transport, said in a release, "And we hope the new shelter will bring a smile to the face of even a hardened commuter."
Well, it must be working so far because it certainly brought a smile to our faces!
To see more images from TfL's "Year of the Bus," check this out.
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