Now they're turned every which way because phone post, but here are the other views I have left. I would love to take more, but to make a long story short, a bit of a tragedy has made that impossible, as the diorama no longer exists. It's only a rough look, though. The buildings and bridges are primarily red brick, and the bridges have actual supports attached to the buildings they're on, while most of the lower pathways are cobbled stone.
Also, the buildings on the edge of the park aren't depicted on the diorama, but the original idea was that it'd have smaller buildings around the edge, not blocking the pathways. Each paper layer(of which there's three that you can see) is about 2-3 floors, and each building also has internal common areas and paths, as well as multiple internal buildings, with some not depicted alleyways shooting off of the main paths.
If you have any other questions, ask away! I'd love to answer.