Regent Street bus stop gets a Lego makeover as TfL celebrates almost 200 years of London buses

As part of a celebration of almost 200 years of London Buses a bus stop made entirely of Lego has appeared on London’s Regent Street.

The Lego bus stop celebrates 200 years of London buses

Located outside iconic toy store Hamley’s, the bus stop took 100,000 Lego bricks to create and forms part of TfL’s Regent Street Bus Cavalcade event on Sunday where around 50 buses from the earliest horse-drawn models to Thomas Heatherwick’s new Routemasters will take part in a parade.

The bus stop follows the creation of five tube maps made from Lego celebrating 150 years of the London Underground in June of last year and has been kitted out with its own Lego timetable and Lego sign.

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