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Old February 1 2014, 08:21 AM   #16
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Re: Matt Jefferies' "Lost Set" 3D model

Hober Mallow wrote: View Post
Weird that sickbay is much bigger than even engineering. In my imagination, engineering is the biggest set.
Sickbay's quite deceptive. It takes up a lot of space, but it's 'really' three seperate sets joined together.

Interesting to note where the sets have been built without a 'fourth wall'. Engineering and Sickbay are both three walled sets. By way of contrast, the transporter room, briefing room and Crew Quarters have been built as enclosed ('four wall') sets. The bridge itself is a bit of both, with its removable sections.

Looking at the floor-plan vs the boundry walls, they really did make full use of that stage, didn't they? Nearly every inch of floor in that Desilu stage is being used.
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