APT Models

Design & Promotional Models

Glasgow Museum of TransportDerby - The Silk MillAPT-P Model at NRM, York © Paul Leadley

Various APT Models

APT POP by Shane Wilton'N' Gauge APT-E in a bottle by Kit Spackman for Dr Alan Bing
'N' Gauge APT-E built by Kit Spackman
'OO' Gauge APT-E built by S Smith
'O' Gauge APT-E built by Les HooperAPT-E by Robert LumleyAPT-E CGI model for Brits Who Made The Modern WorldLego model by Michael GaleLego model by Wes TurngrateAPT-E & APT-P by Jörgen EdgarMSTS APT-P by David BabbCeramic APT-P by Michael MasonAPT-Pish model built for BBC TV Tomorrow's WorldVirtual Lego model by Simon Denscombe Virtual Lego model by James Mathis Lego model by Andrew WalkerLego model by Daniel Wilcock v2'N' Gauge APT-P by Andy Stephney & Andy Reed APT-P Nose up by J RussellHornby APT-P Nose Up by Kev PearsonAdditional APT-P vehicles by Steve BrowneAdditional APT-P vehicles by Chris ShuttModified and extended APT-P by Furness Model Railway Club APT 'What ifs'  and extra vehicles by Steve Jones APT-P's by Craig ChapmanWeathered Scrapline Hornby APT-P by Andrew FisherDCC sound APT-P by Ian Bishop

If you have built or modified any models of APT - Please let me know !

Miniature Railways

KD1 nicknamed 'The APT'Mardyke Miniature Railway APT-P

Hornby Railways APT-P

More about the Hornby OO APT-P...

Hornby produced a five car OO model of the prototype APT, unfortunately these are no longer in production, although they can often be found at 'Swopmeets' and 'Open Days' priced at anything from £70 upwards!


Rapido Trains APT-E

Rapido Model
A first look at the Rapido APT-E in November 2014 © Richard Hewitt.


OO Gauge Model features:

  • Two Power Cars each with a 5-pole, skew-wound motor
  • Two Trailer Cars with articulated Swinging Arm Trailer Bogies
  • 3D scanned exterior for accurate body contours
  • Operating tilt mechanism and close coupling system
  • Will operate smoothly down to #2 radius
  • Full interior detail including illuminated test instrumentation
  • Working headlamps, tail lamps and interior lighting
  • Conventional DC or factory fitted with ESU DCC sound decoder
  • Accurate sounds recorded from archival footage
  • Smooth-running mechanism with dual motors and flywheels

See www.rapidouk.com and www.locomotionmodels.com for full details and discuss it at www.rmweb.co.uk.

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Last Revised: 10.06.2016 10:41
by R G Latham
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