Visitors can also climb aboard the Class 503 and see the power car for the record-breaking Advanced Passenger Train Prototype (APT-P) on loan from the National Railway Museum.
What does APT stand for?
APT stands for Advanced Passenger Train
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We have 432 other meanings of APT in our Acronym Attic
- Acquisition Pointing and Tracking
- Action for Public Transport (Australia)
- Active Process Table
- Active Pulse Train
- Adaptive Phase Tracking
- Adaptive Polling Technique
- Address Pass Through
- Administrative Payment Team (various agencies)
- Administrative, Professional and Technical (staff)
- Advanced Package Tool (Linux)
- Advanced Passive Technology (BMDO)
- Advanced Persistent Threat (intelligence security)
- Advanced Personnel Testing
- Advanced Personnel Training
- Advanced Photoscale Technology (Brother)
- Advanced Pirate Technology
- Advanced Platform Technology
- Advanced Plume Treatment
- Advanced Power Technologies Center (multi-university consortium)
- Advanced Power Technology (Richardson Electronics)
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For 10 years, from 1970,1 worked for British Rail (BR) on the advanced passenger train at the Railway Technical Centre in Derby.
Dr Holdren further said that China is not only doing "extraordinary things" in terms of science and innovation, but also investing in major university research facilities like huge experimental wind tunnels to test advanced passenger trains.
The original British and sadly rejected Advanced Passenger Train, APT-E, will be there.
Eurostar bosses were delighted to smash the 24-year-old record set by British Rail's ill-fated tilting Advanced Passenger Train.
But the Advanced Passenger Train was the 60s invention which was going to put the Great back into Britain.
The engine, known as the Advanced Passenger Train, which was launched in 1981, will arrive on site later this year.
5 mph - beating the previous verified southbound speed record of four hours and 14 minutes set by British Rail's Advanced Passenger Train in the 1980s.