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USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D - Three-nacelled Enterprise - Auxiliary Craft

 

USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D


Detailed top view

(image by Gus, based on
AMT instruction sheet)

Detailed bottom view

(image by Gus, based on
AMT instruction sheet)

Detailed front view

(image by Gus, based on
AMT instruction sheet)

Engineering front and rear view

(image by Gus)

 


Engineering top and bottom view

(image by Gus)

Engineering side view

(image by Gus)

Top view

(Star Trek Fact Files,
image by Reverend)

Bottom view

(Star Trek Fact Files,
image by Reverend)

 


Side view

(Star Trek Fact Files
image by Reverend)

Front view

(Star Trek Fact Files,
image by Reverend)

Rear view

(Star Trek Fact Files,
image by Reverend)

Cross-section
(Star Trek Fact Files)

 


Publicity photo

(Star Trek Mechanics)

Another publicity photo

(Star Trek Mechanics)

Effect shots

(Star Trek Mechanics)

More effect shots

(Star Trek Mechanics)

 


Studio model - front and rear

(Star Trek Mechanics)

Building the studio model

(Star Trek Mechanics)

Studio model - bottom

(Star Trek: The Magazine)

Studio model - ventral close-up
(Christie's auction, st-bilder.de)

 


Studio model - dorsal saucer
(Christie's auction, st-bilder.de)

Studio model - rear
(Christie's auction, st-bilder.de)

Studio model - saucer
(Christie's auction, st-bilder.de)

Studio model - side
(Christie's auction, st-bilder.de)

 


6ft model - side view

(Drex Files)

6ft and 4ft model - comparison

(Drex Files)

4ft model - top

(Drex Files)

4ft model - bottom

(Drex Files)

 


At Starbase 74

(The Art of Star Trek)

With a Type-6 shuttle

(source unknown)

Saucer separation

(30 Jahre Star Trek)

Galaxy-class warp nacelle
(Star Trek Fact Files)

 

Note The initial studio models, measuring 6ft and 2ft, were replaced with the new 4ft-model since the 3rd season of TNG. The "All Good Things" Enterprise is a modification of the latter. Read about the differences between the two model generations.

 

Three-nacelled Enterprise (TNG: "All Good Things")


Top view

(Star Trek Fact Files)

Bottom view

(Star Trek Fact Files)

Side view

(Star Trek Fact Files)

Front and rear views

(Star Trek Fact Files)

 


Effect shot

(Star Trek Mechanics)

More effect shots

(Star Trek Mechanics)

Studio model - side view

(Star Trek Mechanics)

Parts used to ruin the model

(Star Trek Mechanics)

 


Studio model - top view

(image by Greg Jein, 
TNG: The Continuing Mission
)

 

Auxiliary Craft


Galaxy-class escape pod

(STTNG Technical Manual,
color image by Reverend)

Galaxy-class captain's yacht

(Star Trek Fact Files)

Shuttlebay 1
(The Art of Star Trek)

 

More about the Galaxy Class

The Saucer Rim on the Galaxy Class - dissimilarities between the older and newer miniatures

Nebula Class Observations - a close look at four variants of the design

The Enterprise Legacy - a compilation about the eight starships to bear this name

Enterprise Lineages on Display - "ship walls" and how authentic they are in light of retroactive continuity

Starship Class Inconsistencies - a compilation of some popular problems

 


Designing the Enterprise-D @ The FSD

 


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