Reddit user my626ninja has shared an image from a LEGO-related group showing what a combined build made up of the main model of 10294 Titanic and the legs from the UCS 75313 AT-AT looks like.
The finished creation is impressively huge considering the size of both sets but even more so in terms of how expensive it must have been to try the combination. The original creator of this build likely had at least £1169.98 to spare, as the cost of both models.
Thanks to the sturdy nature of LEGOStar Wars75313 AT-AT, the 9,090 piece Titanic recreation can be held up without falling off. You can read our in-depth review of the UCS build to see why the newest iteration of the walker is as strong as it is.