Yeah, you read that right. There is a temporary but real LEGO bus stop in London right now.
It was built from 100,000 plastic bricks — route signs, windows and seats — and is located on Regent Street. The only thing that isn’t made of LEGOs are the route maps, which were put onto the structure with adhesive.
The installation is designed to celebrate 200 years of London’s buses. What that has to do with LEGO, we have no idea.
Just go with it.