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Set Plans for Star Trek: The Next Generation
by Greg Tyler
September 17, 2005

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Some years ago I purchased Star Trek: The Next Generation set plans from an online seller. The blueprint sheets are quite large, and thus difficult to scan with home equipment, so I present them here as digital photographs. To preserve bandwidth, I have been forced to make the images relatively small and low in resolution compared to the detail offered by the full-sized sheets.

The handwritten notes and callouts on the blueprints are not easily legible in these low-resolution images, so I have overlaid the handwritten notes and callouts with black annotations. Blue annotations provide additional information that may be useful to persons interested in the layouts of the TNG sets.

NOTE: It is well known that many of TNG's Stage 9 standing sets shared both components and locations of the Stage 9 standing sets for Star Trek: Phase II and the first four Star Trek feature films. An analysis of this may be added in a future update to this article. It is well known that components and locations of many of TNG's Stage 8 and Stage 9 standing sets were reused for the Stage 8 and Stage 9 standing sets of Star Trek: Voyager. An analysis of this may be added in a future update to this article.

Stage 9

Stage 9 housed many standing sets, including but not limited to:

A variety of other sets occupied Stage 9 from time to time, including but not limited to:


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Stage 8

Stage 8 housed many standing sets, including but not limited to:


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