Just some images of the standard corridor modules used for the moonbase.
About this creation
Although the Fremantle Corporation builds its installations to the moonbase standard, it differs from standard moonbases in the layout of the modules and access to them. Most modules are built at second floor level above a juntion module and connected to other junctions of modules via the corridor modules. This allows people to move around the base without the need to pass through other modules to get to their destination. This is preferable as it provides better security for accessing each module.
The junciton module is at the heart of nearly all modules. Place in the centre the top hatch is removed and a shaft put in place to connect to the next floor. Anti-gravity pads similar to the launch rings allow people to ascend or descend levels with ease. A ladder is also place on the side of the shaft in case of power failures and also to provide stability to those using the anti-gravity pad.
The corridor module is the backbone of any base linking everything together. There is an overhead computer built in at each end of the corridor.
One of two types of end caps.
The end caps above are used to seal the ends of corridors or junctions which are not attached to any other module. The first is one used to seal off openings which will never have any connections while the second is used as a temporary measure when it is expected that a module will eventually connect.