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NCC-1701-D Enterprise (Part 1 WIP) . Introducing the Galaxy class Enterprise, launched in 2364. . Like many Starfleet ships the bridge module is designed to be easily replaced. The actual bridge though takes up only a small portion of Deck 1. Although it is no larger than the Constitution class bridge, it appears much larger thanks to the spacious arrangement. The bridge has three turbolifts, one of which only goes to the Battle Bridge. Conn and operations are at the front. Behind the command chair is the tactical station. Aft are a number of science stations and engineering. The Captain's ready room. The main conference room. The rest of Deck 1 contains equipment for separating the module, which can act as a lifeboat. The forward corridor and turboshafts connect with the rest of the ship. A systems display repeater and fluid storage (type 3). Several rooms contain systems control programming stations. From LR: two small monitoring consoles, a remote alloy deposition furnace, and an atmosphere recirculator. And finally, here's a sneak peek at Deck 2. Thanks for visiting and LLAP!

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