The Administration Module sits at the top of the station, with a massive spire high overhead.
The spire contains a navigational beacon and running light.
Deck 1 Communications Centre and Subspace Transciever
Deck 2 Catwalk / Observation Platform
Deck 3 Cold Fusion Batteries
Deck 4 Atmospheric Gas Storage
Deck 5 Guest Lounge
Deck 6 Guest Suites (4X), Transporter (2P)
Deck 7 Guest Suites (4X), Transporter Buffer, Air Recycling
Deck 8 22P Transporter / Buffer, Theatre
Deck 9 Station Manager’s Office, Conference Room
The Station Manager has a nice office with a large window.
For Station Manager Lurie, this civilian posting is a walk in the park compared to the top-secret Time Tunnel. But after losing his two lead scientists in an infinite loop of time travel, forever doomed to repeat the same thirty adventures, his military career was kaput. Looks like he has some unexpected guests…
It’s Captain Koloth and his aide, from the Klingon battlecruiser IKS Gr’oth! Koloth is a man of honour, unaware of his government’s duplicity in poisoning a grain shipment. And the pinkskins are so quick to assign blame.
A closer look at the conference room.
Deck 10 Station Manager’s Quarters, Guest Suites (2x)
Administration Module Cutaway. In the original series episode “The Trouble with Tribbles” we see only three station interiors on screen: the manager’s office, the bar, and a storage silo. Little else is known of the station except its approximate scale, given by two clues: the spacing of windows and the size of the landing deck hatch. We also see that it is a deep space station, and not in orbit around a planet.
Administration Module Section. In DS9’s “Trials and Tribbleations,” Worf says, “Most of K-7 consists of storage areas and industrial fabrication facilities,” claiming that much of the interior is uninhabitable. But this doesn’t mean that it is unpressurized! Blueprint designer Kevin Willcox, whose designs I am using, has followed these clues to provide an idea of what the layout might be like. I agree with his interpretation, that “industrial fabrication” means replicators and assembly areas, meant to support nearby colonies.
Once again I hope you enjoyed the tour. I am finishing up revisions to the Enterprise Deck G which is coming up next. LLAP
Quoting Kevin Willcocks Saw your comment about using my plans on the Cygnus-X1 LCARS Blueprint site, but couldn't reply there because I don't have a Facebook account. So I followed your link... and I am totally blown away by what you have done! I love Lego and I love Star Trek, and you've mixed the two to perfection. Nice!
Thanks! I was inspired by your very well thought out plans!
Saw your comment about using my plans on the Cygnus-X1 LCARS Blueprint site, but couldn't reply there because I don't have a Facebook account. So I followed your link... and I am totally blown away by what you have done! I love Lego and I love Star Trek, and you've mixed the two to perfection. Nice!
This is awesome! It's hard to take in everything at once, which is why I love looking at your work time and again. Great detail and you obviously love designing and assembling this. Keep up the great work!