BBC News shows Preston Bus Station in Lego

Posted on - 17th January, 2013 - 12:04am | Author - | Posted in - Preston Bus Station



The seemingly doomed Preston landmark has inspired someone to recreate the building before it has even been demolished.

Seen previously on the Facebook page of Save Preston Bus Station, BBC Lancashire News online has recently posted pictures of a Lego Bus Station created by Rob Hasker.

Rob is a massive Lego fan. He spent six weeks and used 3,000 bricks to create the Bus Station, which is 3ft wide and 16in high.

Rob Hasker says he found the Bus Station and car park structure to be “particularly elegant with the curved balconies at the front”.

You can see his attention to detail in the selection of pictures from the BBC online site here: Lego Bus Station



Featured image by Rob Hasker

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