LEGO tube maps go on display to mark underground's 150 years

The maps are made entirely from the bricks Credit: LEGO

To mark London Underground's 150th anniversary, five of the capital's iconic Tube maps have been created entirely out of LEGO.

They aim to showcase how the map has evolved from 1927 through to the first look at what it will look like by 2020.

The maps, each one at a different London Underground station, will be on display over the summer before moving to the London Transport Museum.

The maps can be seen at Kings Cross St. Pancras Underground station, South Kensington, Picadilly, Green Park and Stratford Tube stations.