This is a Lego city I've been working on since 1996. Because of many additions and subtractions over the years, it has been rearranged several times to suit the setup. I've lived in many houses in my life, so as the city as grown larger, it has become harder to move to other locations. As it stands, the current setup takes up 5 full size folding tables and 2 small coffee tables. It is zoned for residential properties and commercial properties, all for the most part on their own tables. The images below, although don't do much justice to seeing it in person, show off some of the detailed designs of the structures. Generally, the photos follow the city from west to east. Enjoy!
This is slightly more updated than the photo slideshow above. So if you have 5 minutes, take a look at an aerial tour of the city and enjoy my goofy commentary. The murals as you may be able to tell are humongous. The smallest one is 6 feet tall and 4 feet wide. The largest mural is as big as the rooms.
I enjoy using Lego as an unusual medium for painting and illustration, hence all of the murals I build using them. But as you've no doubt noticed, I've built and large city as well. Back in the late 90's, Lego created a version of the Statue of Liberty. It's a wonderful model, however, it was incomplete. I've built a replica pedestal with a little twist, as can be seen in person at the real statue in NY.
The city needs a marina so I can justify placing boats and ships and have them appear to be docked properly, not just under the table out of sight. Therefore the next build will be a lighthouse and warf setup, which will be placed on the west edge of the city.