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(M) = Microscale Harry Potter 4841 Hogwarts Express, (M) 40028 Mini Hogwarts Express 4755 Knight Bus, (M) 4695 Mini Harry Potter Knight Bus Modular 10182 Cafe Corner, 10190 Market Street, 10185 Green Grocer, 10197 Fire Brigade, 10211 Grand Emporium, (M) 10230 Mini Modulars Pirates of the Caribbean 4184 The Black Pearl, (M) 30130 Mini Black ...
Take pictures of your building, of as many sides as possible Take measurements or find blueprints of the building. Length, width, height, height between floors, size of balconies etc. Convert these dimensions to LEGO dimensions. For this, figure out the scale you want to build in first (e.g. 1:40, which is "minifig scale" - but check out this post for some ...
Two ideas I can think of, which are not using "tiles" as such, but similarly flat surfaces: Technic beams - holes attached to studs of the lower part of the building, and in some holes (which have to be above tiles), pegs/axles for the upper part to fit into. 1x1 "cheese" slopes - and inverted on the upper part (or use regular inverted 33° slopes), which ...
There's also a mini hogwarts express: And you probably can count the Liberty Statue in the Skyline factory set: Most other minis are indeed from Star Wars, but I'm not sure which ones have bigger versions.
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