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Lego bus stop pops up on Regent Street

bustop(By Metro) A bus stop made entirely out of Lego has appeared on Regent Street.

Made of 100,000 bricks, the stop was a collaboration between Transport for London, Lego, and Trueform, a design and manufacturing company that specialises in public transport hardware.

The bus stop, which took a fortnight to build, was made to celebrate 200 years of London buses and has been built outside iconic toy shop Hamley’s.

Normal traffic will be closed on Sunday on Regent Street to make way for an almost 50-bus parade that will include the earliest horse-drawn model from the 1820s right up to the most modern Routemasters. Leon Daniels, TfL’s Managing Director of Surface Transport, said.

Source: Metro

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