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.
The Klingon fleet page has Discovery-era distroyer and cruier added.
The Space page is added with all the space-related things I've seen including Apollo 10 Command module and Tim Peake's Soyuz capsule.
Royal Navy fleet page and RFA page get images from Navy Days 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2001.HMS Cardiff added to Type 26.
Star Trek: Discovery continues the re-working of this website.
The Klingon History page has the end of the Federation-Klingon War added.
The Orion page gets a revamp.
Oberth class page gets reviewed and improved.
Andorian and Aenar pageand Tellarite page gets new images from ST: Discovery and Enterprise.
Mallard pages one and two have been updated with more and bigger pictures.
U.S.S. Sheffield and Miranda class pages re-written in light of TOS having Reliant in 2267 and ST: Discovery's Hoover class.
U.S.S. Potemkin, NCC-1657 gets more detail.
New details on Starfleet, Klingons, the Klingon Empire and the Gorn will be known!
Dundee Docks page gets large images from 1998 of visiting ships from multiple nations.
President Ra-Ghoratreii's 'Freedom Agenda' post-Terajun comes to the Klingon History and Chronology pages.
Watch out for new story material and character development.
Click for C35 HMS Belfast pictorial at London 16/11/2017.
U.S.S. Roebuck, Okinawa class NCC-9130 due to join the fleet.
New things on the website:-
The Bulleid page gets 2004 photos of 21C123 Blackmoor Vale and 34101 Hartland added.
Click here for the Grand Farewell railtour. Grand Central HST farewell Sunday December 17th 2017.
I'm continuing to add to the Klingon page, Klingon Culture page and Klingon History page with material from Star Trek Discovery.
The Gorn page gets re-written and improved as well as looking at the Klingon pages in light of the different Houses.
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Ady - March 20th 2018
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.