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Welcome to the Captain's Chair and find out what's new on the Star Trek: The Interim Years website -

September 2020.

Click here for A1 60163 Tornado on The Ticket to Ride, Castleford, 19th September 2020.

The Tholian page has a mass-expansion with material on their culture, psychology, geo-biology and technology.

Click here for HM Bark Endeavour, 1st September 2020.

Click here for NYMR Schools 926 Repton on The Optimist to Whitby and HM Bark Endeavour, 1st September 2020.

Liverpool page with the Western Approaches Museum, Maritime Museum and International Slavery Museum.

RFA Wave Knight and RFA Tide Surge images added to Auxiliary fleet page.

The Romulan page gets expanded with new information.

The Orion page has additional information and images added.

The Bulleid page has new photos of 35018 British India Line added. Click here for 35018 British India Line on first Dalesman of the year, 4th August 2020.

The Starfleet Academy page has Cadet Hawkins' personalised course on social sciences is fleshed out in detail. The influence on humanity of First Contact is also explored.


New things on the website:-

Click here for 45699 Galatea as 45562 Alberta on first Scarborough Spa Express of the year, 30 July 2020.

Click here for Scarborough class 68s: 68034, 68031 Felix and 68028 Lord President, Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th July 2020.

The UFP Page is updated with information on the Tholian border and the fascinating Station Psi 3.

Look for even more new developments on this website in the next few weeks!

The foreword section has a massive addition, just under the photo of William Shatner, regarding the ethos of Star Trek and why the Original Series is a BAD example of Star Trek, IMHO. My Top Ten episodes of Star Trek for the values of the show has been updated.

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Ady - September 22nd 2020.

You need to download Eurostile font in order to improve the look of this site on your PC. The use of microgramma bold and medium fonts and colours now make the look complete.