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Enterprise D shuttlebay . . Wow, this just started out as a minifig scale Shuttlecraft and it just grew from there. Over 2200 pieces. Like always, I tried to cram in every detail I could. I've got two shuttlecrafts, a couple different storage containers, two control panels, a few crewmembers, and the upper control rooms. I had to modify the white lines on the floor a bit, but I think they still look great. I added light blue tiles along the frame of the outer door to represent the force field being up. I threw in a couple funny little vignettes at the end as well. Lemme know what you think. "Man this sucks..." "I hate working the night crew." "Looks like you need a new transmission." "I just brought it in for an oil change." How NOT to park your shuttlecraft. Too much Romulan ale. "Permission to come aboard?" "You're not parking that thing in here."

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