While this is not the original bridge that was used to film TNG (that one was destroyed in the Star Trek Generations film), this replica was built for display purposes, and is now being rescued from the junk heap by a group of devoted Trekkies.
A non profit group called the ‘Project Enterprise Restoration’ spent last week negotiating with Paramount to be allowed to save what was left of the Enterprise D Bridge from being destroyed and sent to the tip.
This replica of the bridge was built in the mid 1990′s by Paramount with the help of Production Designer Herman Zimmerman and the Okuda’s to be put on display, after the TV set was destroyed in Star Trek Generations. But in 2011, ‘Project Enterprise Restoration’ was formed when they found out that Paramount was getting ready to scrap the set.
The group has announced on their Facebook page that ”A highly skilled group of Hollywood professionals are in the process of completely restoring this set to it’s original splendor, and MAKE IT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC for Meetings, Movie Showings, Fund Raisers, Tours, Filming, anything!!" Now that's devotion.