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LEGO London Underground maps mark 150 years of the Tube

Five maps aim to look at how the Underground has changed since 1927 and what it will look like in 2020.
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The well-known London Underground map has been recreated using LEGO.

Five Tube maps have been remade using the construction brick to mark the Underground's 150-year anniversary, reports ITV.

The maps aim to showcase how it has changed since 1927 to how it will look in 2020. They will be on display in different stations this summer, before moving to the London Transport Museum.

They can be seen at the Kings Cross St. Pancras, South Kensington, Picadilly, Green Park and Stratford Tube stations.

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