APT Models


Design & Promotional Models

Glasgow Museum of Transport Derby - The Silk Mill APT-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 Hooper APT-E by Robert Lumley APT-E CGI model for Brits Who Made The Modern World Lego model by Michael Gale Lego model by Wes Turngrate APT-E & APT-P by Jörgen Edgar APT-E by Colin Gibbons MSTS APT-P by David Babb Ceramic APT-P by Michael MasonAPT-Pish model built for BBC TV Tomorrow's World Virtual Lego model by Simon Denscombe Virtual Lego model by James Mathis Lego model by Andrew Walker Lego model Manufacturer: Mr. DELTIC (in JAPAN) Lego APT-P by Jamie Ellis 'N' Gauge APT-P by Andy Stephney & Andy Reed APT-P Nose up by J Russell Hornby APT-P Nose Up by Kev Pearson Additional APT-P vehicles by Steve Browne Additional 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 Fisher DCC sound APT-P by Ian Bishop 14 coach APT-P by Quentin Howell

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

Miniature Railways

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 in online auctions 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.

Rapido

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.


Revolution Trains APT-E

Revolution Trains

Revolution Trains APT-E in N Gauge

APT-E expressions of interest

Revolution Trains are investigating with Rapido and the National Railway Museum the feasibility of producing Rapido's very highly-regarded APT-E in N gauge. At this stage they are only trying to gauge the market to assess whether it is worth starting serious work on the APT-E. The specifications and price (£200 - £225) will be similar to the OO gauge model (though they are not sure whether fitting tilt will be possible in the narrow body space).


 

Durham Trains of Stanley APT-P

Durham Trains of Stanley APT-P by DJM

Durham Trains of Stanley APT-P in both N and OO Gauges


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Last Revised: 19.04.2018 13:02
by R G Latham
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