Lego bus stop for Hamley’s toy shop

Marking Transport for London’s Year of the Bus, a new-look bus stop appeared on London’s Regent Street yesterday. Outside Hamley’s toy shop, the stop is constructed from 100,000 Lego bricks

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All images © TfL, Flickr

Marking Transport for London’s Year of the Bus, a new-look bus stop appeared on London’s Regent Street yesterday. Outside Hamley’s toy shop, the stop is constructed from 100,000 Lego bricks…

TfL worked with the shop and engineering company Trueform to create the bus stop, which will be in use until July 15. As before, it serves nine routes and is the alighting point for the famous toy shop and nearby Conduit Street.

More details on TfL’s Year of the Bus initiative at tfl.gov.uk.

More images of the installation on TfL’s Flickr.

  • Love this and the pictures, how creative is this. Thanks for the post.

  • genius.. and so fun!

  • K-S

    I was there the day they put this up on Regent St… and the best line from a very proud Englishman which had me in hysterics was… “Bet they haven’t done that in Japan.”

  • Love this, though I love almost everything LEGO does. Always liked that their promo stuff is as fun and care-free as the toy itself.

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