Trekyards: Featured Vlogger of the Week March 5, 2019

This week’s Featured Vlogger of the Week is Trekyards: From their About page:

It has 1,860 videos; here’s the link for Playlists.


Facebook group:


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Here at Trekyards we pride ourselves in being the ONLY weekly Star Trek web-series out there. Our shows go into great depth to show you all about the most iconic and fantastic ships and tech from the Star Trek universe. We speak with all the great and talented designers that created all of your favorite Star Trek ships for both television and movies. People like Doug Drexler, Rick Sternbach, John Eaves, Andrew Probert and many others. They give us and of course, you (the fans) all the inside stories and awesome behind the scenes knowledge associated with working on such a cult phenomenon like Star Trek. We also look to the future and speak with the creators and actors of some of the greatest new Trek projects like Axanar, Renegades, and many others to give you guys the exclusive information on these fantastic independent projects. That are not only keeping Trek alive, but allowing it to continue and evolve. We have been bringing the fans of Star Trek, excellent weekly shows for a year now and we love doing it. But we really need some financial assistance from our fans to give us the time we would really like to devote to Trekyards, to continue to bring you high quality content and even diversify and create new and exciting shows we know they will all love to see.


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