We all love LEGO. Whether you’re four or 40, those little colourful bricks will forever have a small place in our hearts. Therefore you will be pleased to know that London Underground has decided to continue its 150th anniversary celebrations by displaying five LEGO tube maps across the city.
Each of the maps will show a different point in the London Underground’s history, spanning from 1927 to what the future will have in store for us in 2020 (this one went on display this morning at King’s Cross St Pancras station). Each map took four days to build and is made up of over a staggering 1,000 LEGO bricks.
If you want to see brick by brick how our beloved Tube network has changed over the years, get down to King’s Cross St Pancras station, South Kensington, Green Park, Stratford and Piccadilly Circus for a closer look.
For information on the LEGO tube maps visit the Transport for London website.