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Brickingham Inn

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This is my largest medieval construction to date and one of my favorite creations yet in any theme. At the moment only the exterior is complete but I have kept interior design in mind during the entire project and have already put in some of the floor for the second floor. The model is modular and breaks into thirds from front to back. This is done with Technic Pin and Beam connections as well as the entire peek across the front including the chimney have to be removed to separate the front 2 thirds.

Here are some statistics for what is in the model.

6 16x32 Tan Baseplates.
53 1x4x3 Red Basic Windows
21 1x2x2 Red Classic Windows
5 Red Classic Doors
~300 2x4 Red 45 Degree Slope bricks + all the corners, Gable ends, etc. that go along with it.
Hundreds of 1xX Gray Bricks

Let me know what you think on LUGNET.

This is the Inn.

The Inn basically came out of nowhere in that I had no plan for it whatsoever when I started. When I started this was mostly an experiment to see how I could use the new Castle wall pieces found in the new (Year 2000) castle sets and it was originally going to be a barracks. As you can see I did incorporate 4 of the wall pieces in the model but it is anything but a barracks. As it turned out this became more of an up-scale Inn/Tavern than it did anything else.

After I got the basic structure done I decided to experiment with roofing styles. (I ended up using most of 21 Red roof service packs in the model).

Here are 2 more pictures of the front of the Inn. You might ask where I got all the pink flowers. Well they are thanks to the Paradisa set available in the January 2000 S@H catalog. It comes with 3 sets of pink flowers plus a horse, brown barrel, female fig, and cat for $4.50.

Here are some pictures that give you an idea of what the left side of the Inn looks like. I really like how the dormers came out. You can also make out my church is the background of the first picture.

This image gives you a view of the right side of the Inn and the entrance to the Tavern that is attached to the Inn.

Hey is that Han and Luke going for a beer? Those 2 just can't stay out of the bars.

Here are pictures of all 6 dormers that I included on the model 3 are on the left side of the building and the other 3 face the courtyard. I just love the system for the 45% slopes it is incredibly versatile.

Here are a couple of pictures of the interior of the courtyard.

These pictures are of the two entrances to the courtyard. The first picture is one of my favorites of the Inn. The second picture is of the rear entrance.

This is a picture of the back of the Inn and one of the top of the Inn.

It looks like one of the Moo-Men are planning an ambush. But wait one of the Kings soldiers is coming to the rescue!

Bad Boys! Bad Boys! What cha gonna do when they come for you! Bad Boys!

Here kitty, kitty, kitty...

That's all folks...