BUS SHELTER ATTEACTS THOUSANDS
A bus stop has become a tourist hot spot, attracting thousands of visitors every year. The bizarre structure is thought to be Britain's most luxurious shelter after being given an extraordinary face-lift. It all began with a sofa and a table but over the years an Amstrad computer, television, microwave, phone and even a hot-snacks stand have been added. Every year some of the residents of the island of Unst, the northernmost of the Scottish Shetland Islands, band together to decorate their stop. SEE OUR COPY FOR THE FULL STORY. Pictured: This year, 2010, and the bus shelter is in World cup livery. Pic: Unst Shelter/solent © Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800 WEBSITE USAGE: £75 per image, unless written agreement already in place with you.