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A model of a Class F shuttlecraft in William T. Riker's quarters. (TNG-R: "Lonely Among Us")

The model is in fact the actual studio model used in the original series. During shooting of the first season of TNG, it was discovered by production staff members, broken in half lying on a pile of rubble in a forgotten corner of the studio. It was lovingly restored by them though it was missing the forward facing bulkhead, hence this angle of the shot

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