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Dyson's Dodecahedron has a number of really nice self-contained dungeon adventures, some of them are award-winners. Scroll down the page to see them. For your purposes, the one I would recommend is "The Sewers of Travon" It is free. (+) It is large: (+) It spans under the entirety of a largish city (underground). It has a valid purpose to exist: (+) It ...
A very interesting dungeon I've run with my group was the Halls of the Mad Mage, by the Alexandrian. It plays around a lot with non-Euclidean geometry (an everflowing waterfall, for example, and a set of stairs where going up and down take you to the same room - this was a lot of fun for my group when they tried to figure out what was going on, and it's ...
I believe the short answer is no. The most recent Tolkien games produced by Decipher and Cubical 7 focused on the later 3rd Age - the time of Bilbo and Frodo. ICE Middle Earth Role Playing was a bit earlier for their default campaign in the third age, but some of their adventures / campaign settings books had information in other eras too (sometimes 2nd age, ...
There's a new version of Castle of the Mad Archmage, just released, that includes not only the first level of the dungeon, but also the surface ruins. It's available in print or pdf: http://greyhawkgrognard.blogspot.com/2014/01/castle-of-mad-archmage-now-available.html
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