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  • InterCity 125
  • InterCity 125
  • InterCity 125
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  • L'InterCity 125 est le nom d'un train moldu.
  • InterCity 125 — marka mugolskich pociągów. W 1993 roku Artur Weasley odprowadzający dzieci na peron 9 i ¾ zauważył pociąg InterCity 125, który właśnie wjechał na peron dziewiąty. Był zafascynowany jego widokiem.
  • The InterCity 125 is a Muggle diesel-electric train made up of two locomotives, one at each end of a fixed formation of carriages, and is capable of 125 mph in regular service. At eleven o'clock of 1 September, 1993, an InterCity 125 was pulling into Platform Nine of King's Cross Station when Harry Potter and the Weasleys arrived at the station. Trying to avoid Muggle attention, Arthur Weasley pretended to be interested in the InterCity, while he leaned casually against the barrier between Platforms Nine and Ten, thus gaining entry to Platform Nine and Three-Quarters.
  • The InterCity 125 was the brand name of British Rail's High Speed Train (HST) fleet, introduced in 1976. The InterCity 125 train is made up of two power cars, one at each end of a fixed formation of Mark 3 carriages, and has a top speed of , making it the fastest diesel-powered train in regular service in the world at the time of its introduction and for many years afterwards. Initially the sets were classified as Classes 253 and 254. A variant of the power cars operates in Australia as part of the XPT.
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première
  • Harry Potter et le prisonnier d'Azkaban,
Utilisation
  • Transport
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powertype
  • Diesel-Electric
Disposition
  • still in service
Name
  • InterCity 125
  • InterCity 125 or High Speed Train
Caption
  • An HST in an early BR InterCity livery at
  • King's Cross station in 1988.
builddate
  • 1975
Made
  • 1975
Manufacturer
  • British Rail Engineering Limited
uicclass
  • Bo'Bo'+2'2'+...+2'2'+Bo'Bo'
poweroutput
  • Engine:
Nom
  • InterCity 125
tractiveeffort
  • Maximum:
  • Continuous: @
Usage
  • Train for passenger travel
abstract
  • L'InterCity 125 est le nom d'un train moldu.
  • InterCity 125 — marka mugolskich pociągów. W 1993 roku Artur Weasley odprowadzający dzieci na peron 9 i ¾ zauważył pociąg InterCity 125, który właśnie wjechał na peron dziewiąty. Był zafascynowany jego widokiem.
  • The InterCity 125 was the brand name of British Rail's High Speed Train (HST) fleet, introduced in 1976. The InterCity 125 train is made up of two power cars, one at each end of a fixed formation of Mark 3 carriages, and has a top speed of , making it the fastest diesel-powered train in regular service in the world at the time of its introduction and for many years afterwards. Initially the sets were classified as Classes 253 and 254. A variant of the power cars operates in Australia as part of the XPT. After three decades, the majority of the HST fleet is still in front-line revenue service under privatisation, and while the InterCity 125 brand name is rarely mentioned officially by the private Train Operating Companies (TOCs), the HST still forms the backbone of express services on several British main lines. Most are expected to be replaced within the next 10 years by the InterCity Express (IEP) programme, but a number will continue in use on London to Devon/Cornwall services, where there are no plans to electrify the lines. Engineers from the companies responsible have calculated that, with a certain amount of rewiring, the Mark 3 carriages used can be made to last until at least 2035. The power cars now have new engines, and the coaches have been refurbished. The trains currently operate to Penzance, Plymouth, Newquay, Paignton, Exeter, Cardiff, Swansea, Carmarthen, Pembroke Dock, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Bristol, York, Inverness, Harrogate, Hull, Bradford, Nottingham, Sunderland and Leeds. One has also seen departmental use, as Network Rail's New Measurement Train, converted and in departmental use since 2003.
  • The InterCity 125 is a Muggle diesel-electric train made up of two locomotives, one at each end of a fixed formation of carriages, and is capable of 125 mph in regular service. At eleven o'clock of 1 September, 1993, an InterCity 125 was pulling into Platform Nine of King's Cross Station when Harry Potter and the Weasleys arrived at the station. Trying to avoid Muggle attention, Arthur Weasley pretended to be interested in the InterCity, while he leaned casually against the barrier between Platforms Nine and Ten, thus gaining entry to Platform Nine and Three-Quarters.
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