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Farpoint Station model

A model of Farpoint Station

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A model is a small-scale reproduction of a large item, such as a starship or space station.

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Model starship 22nd century

A 22nd century model spaceship

Jonathan Archer built some model spaceships, as a child, with his father. One such model could be flown by remote control. (ENT: "Broken Bow", "Similitude")

For further information on the model, see: Remote controlled model spaceship.


Nomad model

A model of Nomad

Ensign Travis Mayweather kept a model of Nomad in his quarters aboard Enterprise NX-01. (ENT: "Dead Stop") He also possessed models of the clipper Sea Witch as well as Zefram Cochrane's first warp ship, the Phoenix, in his quarters aboard the ECS Horizon. (ENT: "Horizon")

The Nomad model was inserted into the set for Mayweather's quarters by the series' art department, rather than being scripted to appear. ("Dead Stop" audio commentary, ENT Season 4 DVD)

Several early spacecraft were on display in Admiral Maxwell Forrest's office on Earth, including models of the Phoenix, a space shuttle and several vessels of the Apollo series. (ENT: "First Flight", "The Expanse", "Home")

Captain James T. Kirk kept several models of wooden Earth sailing ships in his apartment in San Francisco. (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan)

Epsilon IX studio model as display model in the officer's lounge

A model of the Epsilon IX station

A model of the Epsilon IX station was displayed on a wall in the Starfleet Officer's Lounge in 2285. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

This was the actual studio model for the station as used in The Motion Picture. (text commentary, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (Special Edition) DVD) For further information on the model, see: Epsilon IX station


Thruster suit miniature as display model in The Search for Spock

A model of an environmental suit

A model of an environmental suit was displayed in the entrance of the Starfleet Officer's Lounge in 2285. (Star Trek III: The Search for Spock)

This was the actual studio model for the suit as used in The Motion Picture. For further information on the model, see: Thruster suit model


Ronald D. Moore's model kit

A model of Kirk's first command

Captain Kirk also kept a model of his first command in his quarters aboard the USS Enterprise-A. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)

For further information on the model, see: Constitution Class AMT models.


In 2293, the Federation president kept a model of the Eiffel Tower in his office. (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country)

NCC-7100

A model in Picard's ready room

Captain Jean-Luc Picard kept a model of a Constellation-class starship in his ready room aboard the USS Enterprise-D throughout the room's lifetime. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint"; Star Trek Generations) However, this model was briefly replaced by that of a refit-Constitution-class starship at various points in 2364. (TNG: "The Battle", "Hide and Q", "Too Short a Season", "The Big Goodbye")

For further information on the model, see: NCC-7100.

Groppler Zorn of the Bandi kept a model of Farpoint Station in his office in the Old Bandi City. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

Class f shuttle model, TNG

A class-F shuttlecraft

Commander William T. Riker kept a model of a refit-Constitution-class starship (TNG: "Haven", "Lonely Among Us") and a miniature of the Class F shuttlecraft in his quarters aboard the Enterprise-D. (TNG: "Lonely Among Us")

This was the actual studio model as used in The Original Series. For further information on the model, see: Class F shuttlecraft model.


Hms victory model

The HMS Victory built by La Forge

In 2365, Geordi La Forge built a model of the HMS Victory as a gift for his former commanding officer, Captain Zimbata of the USS Victory. (TNG: "Elementary, Dear Data")

This model was the personal possession of Gene Roddenberry. (Star Trek Encyclopedia, 3rd ed., p. 544)


Constitution class variant model

A refit Constitution-class model

A model of a refit-Constitution-class starship was on display in Drafting Room 5 at the Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards. (TNG: "Booby Trap")

For further information on the model, see: Refit-Constitution-class display models.


USS Enterprise-D AMT prototype

A model of a Galaxy-class ship

A model of a Galaxy-class starship was also on display in Drafting Room 5 at the Utopia Planitia Fleet Yards. (TNG: "Booby Trap")

For further information on the model, see: Galaxy-class display models.


Surak model

A long range shuttle model

A model of a long range shuttle was on display in the guest quarters aboard the Enterprise-D that the Brekkians Langor and Sobi stayed in, in late 2364. (TNG: "Symbiosis") The same shuttle model was also included in Wesley Crusher's quarters during the following year. (TNG: "The Dauphin")

This model was an unmodified AMT/Ertl model kit, no. S972.


In 2365, Worf tried to build a model of a sailing ship but was interrupted by his door chime and broke the ship's mast. (TNG: "Peak Performance")

D'deridex class model on board of the Decius

A D'deridex-class model

USS Melbourne-dedication model

A Nebula-class model

In an illusion created by Barash, Admiral Picard kept a model of a D'deridex-class vessel in his office aboard the Romulan warbird IRW Decius. In that same illusion, Riker kept a model of a Nebula-class starship and another model of the Apollo 11 lunar lander. (TNG: "Future Imperfect")

The Nebula-class model was labeled with the name and registry of the USS Melbourne and was one of multiple concept models that Ed Miarecki built for "The Best of Both Worlds". The Melbourne, however, was later seen as an Excelsior-class starship. See the USS Melbourne article for more details.
The D'deridex model was an unmodified part of an AMT model kit, No. 6858.


Malcorian warp ship model

A model of the Malcorian warp ship

Malcorian science minister Mirasta Yale kept a model of the Malcorian warp ship in her office on Malcor III. (TNG: "First Contact")

Wesleys desktop model

A Constitution-class model

Wesley Crusher kept a metallic model of a Constitution-class vessel in his room on the Starfleet Academy campus in San Francisco. (TNG: "The First Duty")

This was an unmodified ten-inch pewter model released by Franklin Mint in 1988, model 810, of the Enterprise.


Daedalus class model

A Daedalus-class model

Benjamin Sisko kept a model of the Daedalus-class starship in his office on Deep Space 9. In the same room, he also kept models of a Miranda-class starship and another of a Nebula-class starship and, in later years, a large model of the International Space Station, complete with a docked space shuttle. (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine)

The Daedalus-class model was of the USS Horizon, while the Miranda-class model was of the USS Saratoga.
The Nebula-class model, the same one as described above in "Future Imperfect" (though the two small nacelles were soon replaced by a modified sensor pod), was an inaccurate depiction of the Nebula-class version Melbourne, but as mentioned above, the Melbourne was later revealed to be an Excelsior-class starship.

Keiko O'Brien's classroom aboard Deep Space 9 featured five starship models, including Miranda-, Galaxy-, Daedalus-, and Nebula-class starships as well as one other, unidentified vessel. (DS9: "The Nagus")

Models in Admiral Leyton's offce

Models in Leyton's office

Admiral Leyton kept several silver-plated display models in his office at Starfleet Headquarters, on the Presidio. Amongst others were a refit-Constitution-class, a refit-Excelsior-class and a Galaxy-class. (DS9: "Paradise Lost")

The observation lounge aboard the USS Enterprise-E contained display cases with golden models of all six Federation starships named USS Enterprise. During the Enterprise's trip to the year 2063, some of the models were broken when Captain Picard slammed a phaser rifle into the case. (Star Trek: First Contact) The models were eventually replaced. (Star Trek Nemesis)

John Eaves constructed the golden models from commercially available model kits. For further information on the models, see the studio model sections of the Constitution-class, Ambassador-class, Galaxy-class, and Sovereign-class.

Captain Picard also kept a transparent model of the USS Enterprise-E in his ready room aboard the ship. (Star Trek: First Contact; Star Trek Nemesis)

Only the shadow of this model appears in Star Trek: First Contact and it is entirely absent from Star Trek: Insurrection. The model was a transparent acrylic cast, taken from the study model John Eaves made of the Sovereign-class. This model was sold in the May 2008 It's A Wrap! sale and auction for US$48,000. [1]

Jake Sisko, as a child, played with starship models. When he took an interest in Bajoran girls, his father playfully asked him, "Wasn't it a few weeks ago that you were playing with model starships?" Jake, however, corrected him by reminding him that it was more like "a few years ago." (DS9: "Move Along Home")

Alamo model, The changing face of evil

The Alamo

Miles O'Brien spent many years of his childhood building model starship engines. (TNG: "All Good Things...") By his adulthood, he had moved on to creating historical models, including a scale model of the Alamo compound in 2375. (DS9: "The Changing Face of Evil") When his daughter, Molly, was attempting to touch the model, Miles shooed her away and told her that "it's a model, not a toy." Keiko sarcastically added that, if that was the case, "then maybe it belongs in a museum." (DS9: "What You Leave Behind")

DY100model

The SS Botany Bay

Rain Robinson had a model of the SS Botany Bay on display in her office at the Griffith Observatory. (VOY: "Future's End")

For further information on the model, see: DY-100 display model.


When Neelix was young, he built accurate, scale models of orbital tethers. He later claimed to have "worked on an orbital tether". (VOY: "Rise")

Anika Hansen playing with a model of a Borg Cube

Annika with Borg Cube

Young Annika Hansen sometimes played with a model of a Borg cube that belonged to her father. (VOY: "Dark Frontier")

Young Annika is playing with a 1994 Playmates Toys, No.6158


The Malon Pelk built a model of an old Malon ship for the son of his colleague, Fesek, but he also enjoyed playing with it himself. (VOY: "Juggernaut")

Worf built models during his off-duty hours aboard the Enterprise-D, including a model of a D7-class Klingon battle cruiser. (TNG: "Peak Performance")

The Bajoran Teero Anaydis had a small model of a Maquis raider in his house. (VOY: "Repression")

Baby crib mobile

A baby crib mobile aboard Voyager

Tom Paris put together a baby crib mobile with models of Voyager, a Klingon Bird-of-Prey, and a D7 battle cruiser for Miral Paris. (VOY: "Prophecy")

The mobile featured repainted Hallmark Klingon Bird-of-Prey and Voyager Christmas ornaments, combined with an AMT Klingon D7 battle cruiser model.


Voyager in a bottle

A bottle model of USS Voyager

Joseph Carey was building a model of the USS Voyager, the ship to which he was assigned, in a bottle up until his death in 2378. At the time of his demise, he had almost completed the model and only had one nacelle left to finish. (VOY: "Friendship One")

This was a modified and repainted Christmas ornament released by Hallmark in 1996.


In an alternate timeline, Jake Sisko kept a model of Deep Space 9 in the living room of his house in Louisiana. (DS9: "The Visitor")

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