Apparently Balmoral's lay-up in Bristol caused uproar among members of the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society (PSPS).
What does PSPS stand for?
PSPS stands for Paddle Steamer Preservation Society (est. 1959; Scotland, UK)
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We have 11 other meanings of PSPS in our Acronym Attic
- Personality and Social Psychology Review (publication; Society for Personality and Social Psychology; Ithaca, NY)
- Personnel Subsystem Products
- Polska Socjalistyczna Partia Robotnicza (Polish: Polish Socialist Workers Party)
- Polskie Stowarzyszenie Public Relations (Polish Public Relation Association)
- Proactive System Password Recovery (Microsoft Windows)
- Puget Sound Public Radio (University of Washington; Seattle, WA)
- Prison Service Pay Review Body (UK)
- Public Safety Personnel Retirement Board (Arizona)
- Public Safety Personnel Retirement System (Arizona)
- Public Services Privatisation Research Unit (UK)
- Pearl Street Power Station (New York City)
- Pesticides Safety Precautions Scheme (UK)
- Post Spinal Pain Syndrome
- Power Steering Pressure Switch (engines)
- Private Sector Participation Scheme (Hong Kong)
- Product Software Programming System
- Public Safety Power Shutdowns (wildfire safety)
- Pruning Strategy Based on Parameter Space Construction (computer science)
- Port Service Provider Security Officer (Australia)
- Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning Toxin
Samples in periodicals archive:
She was retired from commercial service in 1974 and bought by the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society for pounds 1.
Those words could prove prophetic, as the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society which owns and operates both Balmoral and her sister ship Waverley, the last sea-going paddle steamer in the world, is in desperate need of funds if the ships are to sail again in 2012.
She was also owned by Caledonian MacBrayne before being sold to the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society in 1974.
THE Paddle Steamer Preservation Society will host a meeting tomorrow at a city hotel.
I was told by a member of the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society, which supports the ship, they measured the Manchester Ship Canal some time ago with such a trip in mind, but it had never happened, despite Waverley being slim enough to fit the locks.
The railway company was nationalised in 1948 and the Waverley remained with British Railways until 1974, when she was given to the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society.
In 1974 Waverley was saved from the scrap yard by members of the Paddle Steamer Preservation Society (PSPS).