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Original U.S.S. Armstrong Bridge by SpiderTrekfan616 Original U.S.S. Armstrong Bridge by SpiderTrekfan616
:iconreadplz::iconcommentplz:This is the Bridge of the Original Armstrong from season 1 of my Star Trek Armstrong idea, and Yes the Tactical Rail is the same as the one on the Armstrong-A, that's because it was salvaged from the crash and installed on the A to help the crew feel more at home. I found the base design on CaptSerek's Flickr gallery called "Federation Starship Bridges"

As for information about the first Armstrong, She was a Prometheus Class starship in service from 2395 to 2410, She was destroyed when the Undine Attacked Earth and Qo'NoS, She had to eject all of her Warp Cores but like the Enterprise-D she was disabled and sent crashing into Earth, specifically New York City. The Armstrong just barely missed the Chrysler building on her way down but she survived the slideout, eventually stopping at central park but the ship itself was deemed unsalvageable. After a few months, Starfleet commissioned a new Armstrong which Captain Satchel Surprised his crew with, he managed to salvage the tactical rail among other things from the old Armstrong.

Bridge design by :iconresidualrose:
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anno78 Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2017
Love the design!

It's very close to how I'm picturing the bridge of my Century-class USS Endeavour.  Any chance you could help my bridge to life (I apologise if I've already asked you about this, I suffer from severe epilepsy, and it can and does affect my memory)?
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Mysticmariner Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2016
Well done bridge. It flows very nicely for a smaller bridge design.
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ResidualRose Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2016   General Artist
So, given how many of you have commented on the design, I feel I should speak up as the "original kitbasher" of this design.

Hi, I'm ResidualRose, and I did this orignally by combining elements from the bridges found at the lovely site, ex-astris-scientia.com (as well as adding in some of my own elements such as the underlighting, glass elements, and the customizations to the shape of the "horseshoe") for a Star Trek simulation on Bravofleet.com

The thread I used to use to display these (before they got scooped up by Flickr users and others, and therefore lost of their proper accreditation), is here: forum.bravofleet.com/forum/bra…
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SpiderTrekfan616 Featured By Owner Edited Mar 30, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you speaking up, I'll post the appropriate credits right now.
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DMMACB Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2016
Did you design this bridge? I love it
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SpiderTrekfan616 Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
As I said in the description, I used one of CaptSerek's bridges as the base design, I just changed the colors around as a representation of an 25th century Prometheus class bridge.
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MorganDonovan Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2015
Personally, not digging the green bits...but that's personal taste.  Nice cleanup though.
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SpiderTrekfan616 Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah, Green is my favorite color which is why I used it for both Armstrongs
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kaisernathan1701 Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Love the green Trim and how its like all TNG era bridges in one :)
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general-sci Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That look seems to incorporate a little of everything. The two-seat command section reminds me a lot of Voyager, but the overall shape of the bridge is reminiscent of the NX-01.
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SpiderTrekfan616 Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Remember, the Excelsior bridge set was rebuilt for "Flashback" and later the set was redressed to be the Equinox and Prometheus later on. The original Armstrong was a Prometheus Class starship in service from 2395 to 2410, The Galaxy Class Armstrong-A was commissioned a few months later as she was almost finished construction when the original crashed into New York.
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Daihak Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Incredible design.  I really like it.
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SpiderTrekfan616 Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
What's your favorite thing about it?
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Daihak Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It blends elements from the Prometheus, Galaxy, Intrepid, and Sovereign bridges nicely and fluidly.
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