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Timber-framed mill - v1
Published 4 months ago
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This timber-framed mill was inspired by the building Im Heppächer 3 in Esslingen am Neckar, Germany, that was built in the 15th century as the guild hall of the tailors guild. I reworked it into a mill to make it more interesting.
The floors are separable. The ground floor houses the mill, which is driven via a few Technic elements by the mill wheel, and a small crane to lift the heavy bags. There is also a cellar room for storing foodstuff.
The first floor holds the miller family's living quarters.
The top floor is unfinished - I was planning to put a fellow's lodging in there, but never got around to it...
To see the interiors of each floor, go to https://mecabricks.com/en/models/xov7gmnzv0D
I achieved the timber-frame look by attaching plates to modified bricks with studs on the side. Creating the structure that I wanted meant to make the model quite big... however, the original building is also big, I think the model roughly matches minifigure scale.
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j2fam77
4 months ago
Welcome to Mecabricks!
DrPhil
4 months ago
Thanks! Actually, I have been around for a while now - it just took me ages to (mostly) finish this first model...
The_An0nym
3 months ago
You should consider posting your creations on LEGO® Ideas!

(It's sad that this creation has over 3000 bricks)

Nicely made!
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