The Enterprise is Grounded

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  1. McGee

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    Hello everyone. I found these pics of this fantastic architecture on line somewhere and HAD to share them.
    This is just plain COOL. Maybe some inspiration for a great little paper kit to occupy a small scale city or town.

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  2. McGee

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    oh...wait......excuse me....It's the USS Pegasus that is grounded. :)
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  4. McGee

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    :thumb:WOW. Hey Thank you for the links Rhaven. Those have even better pictures. Really great links. Thank you for posting them.
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    You are welcome. I was glad that I was able to find them.

    It is a very interesting place. Not only that, but if you run a Google search on the name of the restaurant, and click on "IMAGES", you can see that there was quite a bit more intended for the rest of the property.
    If I were living there, I would buy it and restore it as a Restaurant and then use the rest of the property as an interactive museum.

    Thank you once again for posting this.
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    I've read that it's currently closed... :cry: :cry: That's a place I'd like to visit...
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    I drove by it a few times while I was on the road driving an 18 wheeler. By the time I got my camera out though, it would be long gone.