See corridor (disambiguation) for related terms.

Corridors located within starships and space stations have typically served as pathways or passageways to various stations or quarters, and as lengthy hallways through which one might access various rooms.

Throughout various episodes of the Star Trek franchise, starship and space station corridors have occasionally served as the sites of plot developments and action scenes enhancing the narratives.

In 2364, Doctor Beverly Crusher looked for, but failed to find, Lieutenant Junior Grade Geordi LaForge in a USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) corridor when he fled sickbay while being treated for a mysterious illness. (TNG: "The Naked Now")

In 2369, Tosk tampered with an access panel in one of Deep Space 9's corridors in an attempt to gain access to the station's weapons locker. (DS9: "Captive Pursuit")

In 2371, Lieutenant Commander Tuvok and Lieutenant Commander Chakotay took advantage of their relative seclusion in one of Voyager's corridors to discuss, and air their disagreements regarding, a conflict between B'Elanna Torres and Lieutenant Joe Carey. (VOY: "Parallax")

In 2373, Nog and Jake Sisko confronted Kai Winn Adami within one of Deep Space 9's corridors over her suspected role in acquiring a Willie Mays rookie year baseball card from an auction. (DS9: "In the Cards")

Corridor designs
NX-01 corridor
USS Enterprise corridor
A corridor within an NX class starship A corridor within a Constitution-class starship
USS Defiant corridor
USS Voyager corridor
A corridor within a Galaxy-class starship A corridor within a Defiant-class starship A corridor within an Intrepid-class
A corridor within a D'deridex-class warbird A corridor within Terok Nor/Deep Space 9


Interior design of the corridors of USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-E) have been attributed to John Eaves and Herman Zimmerman.

The corridors of USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-A) viewed in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country were retouched from USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-D) corridors with a more metallic finish, which were in turn repainted from USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)'s metallic appearance, which the sets were originally built for, as part of pre-production of Star Trek: Phase II in the late seventies. These versatile sets represented dozens of starship interiors before being taken down in 1994 after Star Trek: Generations, over 15 years after their onscreen debut in Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

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