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Old December 27 2013, 05:31 AM   #16
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Re: USS Enterprise bridge turbolift area schematic

Robert Comsol wrote: View Post
But the entire ventral saucer dome is also in red (accurately shown in Shaw's reproduction of the schematic), and they are most definitely not there.
That's because there's a horizontal turbo lift tube there, which is red like the verical ones.
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Old December 27 2013, 11:27 PM   #17
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Re: USS Enterprise bridge turbolift area schematic

Maybe you just solved the riddle we had been discussing in the tech section (post # 33 etc.), namely whether the TOS photon torpedoes would be solid casings or energy balls instead.

They used turbo lift cars as solid casings for photon torpedoes...

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