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We've been given boxes after boxes of LEGO bricks...trying to piece them all together. It's a blessing but also a great challenge !

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That would be Attack On Weathertop, from the Lord Of The Rings series. Looks like it's missing a fair few pieces, but it's still mostly intact.

EDIT: Oops, top picture didn't load before I posted. The gate is from Mines Of Moria; the fold-out hill is Attack On Weathertop.

  • I attempted to translate the runes above the gate in the Moria set, but they appear to be nonsense, chosen for aesthetics rather than a hidden message of some kind. – maguirenumber6 Jan 2 '17 at 7:38
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    @maguirenumber6 Using the runes from the The Hobbit, you get "Diordie was here" or "Djordje was here" - a reference to one of the sets designers. – Zhaph - Ben Duguid Jan 3 '17 at 12:33
  • @Zhaph-BenDuguid I must have been using the wrong Dwarvish alphabet :-) – maguirenumber6 Jan 3 '17 at 12:38
  • Yep, he made up quite a few, with different transliterations of the same runes, which can make it a little hard to know initially which one has been used. I went for the one from The Hobbit as it was the variant I could remember the most from without having to look it up :$ – Zhaph - Ben Duguid Jan 3 '17 at 12:41
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As per Lepidolite Mica's answer, the bottom picture is from 9472 Attack On Weathertop from the Lord Of The Rings Theme.

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The top model is from another LOTR set, 9473 Mines Of Moria. Neither of these sets are complete in your picture.

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