This is a Full Sized filming set recreation of the Original Series Star Trek Bridge stations of Captain Kirk’s Chair and Lt. Uhura’s Comm Station. It took about 6 months to build, completely from scratch starting with some 2×4’s and plywood. I had completed the Kirk chair several years ago, and just felt it needed the Comm Station to make a true partial bridge replica. It brings back the 10 year old kid in me, and so much fun to sit in the chair, then sitting over at the Comm Station. It is set up with blinking lights and even ambient bridge sounds. It certainly was not easy, weighs a ton, and is essentially built as a ship in a bottle – it’s not coming out of the basement in one piece at least!! And it has to be said, the main motivation here was a visit to the Star Trek Continues set a few years back. I met Mike Bednar who helped build that set (and starred in the show), along with my good friend Tracy Mann. I realized then I just had to build a little of this back home!
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