These include Finland s Junakalusto Oy and Switzerland s Swiss Federal Railways (SBB).
What does SFR stand for?
SFR stands for Swiss Federal Railway
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We have 152 other meanings of SFR in our Acronym Attic
- State and Federal Relations (Maine Municipal Association)
- State Forest Road (various locations)
- Statistical First Release (Department for Education; UK)
- Status of Forces Report
- Step Frequency Radar
- Strange Famous Records
- Strathclyde Fire & Rescue (UK)
- Structure Function Relationship (biology)
- Student to Faculty Ratio (educational statistic)
- Substitute For Return
- Swiss Franc (national currency)
- Synchronous Fixed Repetition
- System Functional Review
- System-Fault-Risk (computer systems)
- System Function Review and Task Analysis
- San Francisco Redevelopment Agency
- Science Fiction Research Association
- Shift Finger Rail Actuator
- Special Flight Rules Area
- Strategic Flood Risk Assessment (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A joint venture between the French National Railways (SNCF) and the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB), Rail Europe 4A distributes and promotes European Railways products, as well as Amtrak (US rail operator), in the 4"A"s: Asia, Australia & New Zealand, Africa & The Middle East, and South America.
In order to ensure their traction power supply in the event of a partial system failure or unforeseeable network operating conditions, Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) has commissioned Siemens' Smart Grid division to design and supply mobile 15-MVAr reactive-power compensation systems that can be deployed anywhere within the SBB rail network on demand.
The Swiss Federal Railways (SSB) has accused Apple of stealing the look of its station clocks for the iOS 6 operating system used by iPhone and iPad devices.
For those who don't want to drive, the Swiss Federal Railways provides easy connections.
Swiss Federal Railways, or SBB, the national railway company of Switzerland, is partnering with Starbucks Corporation, a US-based coffee company, to provide travelling Starbucks stores onboard intercity express trains by the first half of 2013.
The tunnel construction is led by AlpTransit Gotthard GA, a wholly owned subsidiary of Swiss Federal Railways.
Swiss Federal Railways, who are using the brochure to boost the number of travellers to the area, proved to be almost as shy as Nessie when the Sunday Mail went hunting for answers.