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(written from a Production point of view)
On Thursday 25 August 1983, the Paramount lot was struck by a large fire, destroying most of its standing outdoors sets, including the by then 56-years old "New York Street" set. The fire occurred while Star Trek III: The Search for Spock was being filmed, and it was the fire where William Shatner had famously claimed that he had served as a firefighter. 
The "New York Street" backlot was newly rebuilt and extensively used for the later Star Trek television productions. The "New York Street" lot was the subject of the "Enterprise Secrets"-special feature on the ENT Season 3 Blu-ray and DVD set.
Star Trek productions Edit
- TNG: "The Big Goodbye": 1941 Holographic version of San Francisco
- TNG: "Time's Arrow": 1893 San Francisco in 1893
- TNG: "Emergence": 1950s Holographic "Keystone City", a generic American city
- DS9: "Past Tense, Part I", "Past Tense, Part II": 2024 San Francisco
- VOY: "Non Sequitur": 2372 Parallel reality version of San Francisco
- DS9: "Homefront": 2372 New Orleans
- DS9: "Far Beyond the Stars": 1950s Fictitious version of New York City
- DS9: "Shadows and Symbols": 2375 New Orleans
- VOY: "11:59": 2000-01 Portage Creek, Indiana
- ENT: "Fusion": Generic street with a night club
- ENT: "Carbon Creek": 1957 Pittsburgh
- ENT: "The Expanse": 2153 San Francisco
- ENT: "Carpenter Street": 2004 Carpenter Street, Detroit
- ENT: "Storm Front": 1944 Parallel reality version of Brooklyn, New York City