BNCR Class N - Livery

Livery

During BNCR ownership, the colour of the engine is believed to have been a dark laurel green lined out in vermilion/light blue/chrome yellow with the initials "BNCR" painted on the cab side sheets

When the Midland Railway took control, the engines were painted "invisible green" (a very dark bronze green that looked almost black) with lining that appears to have been the same as in BNCR days. The initials "MR" replaced the BNCR ones.

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