A Bus Stop in London, Made Entirely of 100k Individual LEGO® Bricks!

London LEGO® Bus Stop | Gizmodo Leg Godt Blog | lego.gizmodo.comThis is the kind of project that puts my weekend efforts with the kids to shame!

Gizmodo is reporting on a bus stop built of LEGO® in London’s Regent Street – and of course, given LEGO®’s strict adherence to all forms of quality, it is built to Transport for London specifications!

The route signs, the windows, even the seats are made of Lego bricks.  A nice touch though was to use some smooth bricks for the top of the bench – those little studs would be uncomfortable while waiting for any bus 🙂 .

London LEGO® Bus Stop 2 | Gizmodo Leg Godt Blog | lego.gizmodo.com

 

Five of our six upcoming school holiday workshops in Sydney are now fully booked – thanks for your support!

Spots are still available on the Ticket To Ride two-day workshop, over 9-10 July.  Kids will build rides, learning how to make things spin, roll, turn and rock, and the workshop culminates with the kids building their own amusement park from LEGO® pieces.  Get in quick!

All photos in this post are shared from the original Gizmodo article.

 

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