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LEGO Tube maps made from 1,000 bricks

To celebrate its 150th anniversary, London Underground commissioned several self-portraits to be made of LEGO. Each map consists of over 1,000 LEGO bricks and took about four days to build.

The LEGO Tube maps represent different points in history, almost a sort of historic time-line or family tree. The first map features the London Underground as it was in 1927 while the final piece actually predicts the how the system will be in 2020.

Elaborate Lego Tube maps celebrate London Underground's 150th Anniversary
Elaborate Lego Tube maps celebrate London Underground's 150th Anniversary
Elaborate Lego Tube maps celebrate London Underground's 150th Anniversary
Elaborate Lego Tube maps celebrate London Underground's 150th Anniversary
Elaborate Lego Tube maps celebrate London Underground's 150th Anniversary
Elaborate Lego Tube maps celebrate London Underground's 150th Anniversary

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