Finally nailed it and got the multiple pieces that comprise this roof glued into place. Time for a break!
The angles on my first town building, featuring a type of mansard roof -- referred to in German as a 'mansardenwalmdach' -- with a couple of gables thrown in for good measure, were murder to figure out and trim correctly. Considerable, um, trial and error (a pleasant euphemism for some blue language hissed beneath my breath) shall we say. But I've got it now, and following roofs should come together somewhat more easily. Two smaller roofs for a couple of modular wings a little later this afternoon, and then the University of Krankenstadt will be finished, and I can move onto the next one in the queue.
And a short 90 minutes, or so, later, the roofs on the two wings were glued into place and more or less done. Just chimneys to add now, but I'll come back and do those just before painting begins once the rest of the town buildings are finished.