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Welcome to the Captain's Chair and find out what's new on the Star Trek: The Interim Years website - www.uss-sheffield.co.uk.


September 2021.

My 50th year counts down towards conclusion. Looking to make lots of life improvements before I turn 50...

The Gorn page gets photos from the Natural History Museum dinosaur collection.

Starfleet Academy page gains a section in Year 1 of Hawkins' course on AI.

HMS Blyth and Ramsey decommission. Royal Navy Fleet page updated.

Manchester visit 1 May 2021 uploaded.

Click here for KWVR, Skipton and Embsay Steam Railway. Saturday 19th June 2021.

Click here for KWVR and ex-Sheffield Millhouses Standard 2 78022, Sunday 31st May 2021.

Click here for NYMR 44871 and 30825 on The Optimist to Grosmont Depot, 15th May 2021.

The Kzinti page has had a large section added on their biology, psychology and sociology. The rift with the Caitians will be included shortly.

The Egypt page has been updated with photos from the World Museum in Liverpool, 25th June 2021.

HMS Dauntless photo added to Royal Navy fleet page and RFA Tide Force A139 completes the set. Cammell Laird shipyard 26th June 2021.

  • Click here for East Lancs Summer Gala with 818 Glory. 1st July 2021.

    The Romulan page has been updated with new information on this Roman/Chinese/North Korean/East German analogy. The 'Dark Twin' of the UFP.

    New material is being written, ready for typing up here.

    Ady



    New things on the website:-

    New photos of Rocket from NRM post-Covid 27 May and Lion on 26th June 2021 on the Pioneers of Steam page.

  • Click here for 45699 Galatea as 45562 Alberta on first Scarborough Spa Express of the year, 27th May 2021.

  • Click here for 45690 Leander at York. 5th June 2021.



    Email any queries or comments to me at
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    ADY@USS-SHEFFIELD.CO.UK



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    Ady - September 19th 2021.


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