British Rail Corporate Liveries - Gallery

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Gallery

  • British Rail Class 35 'Hymek' D7017 in original green livery.

  • Class 52 No.D1015 in 1960s maroon livery.

  • A High Speed Train power car (loco) and coach in InterCity swallow livery.

  • No.47373 in revised Railfreight "red stripe" livery.

  • No.31271 in Railfreight "triple grey" livery with Construction sector markings.

  • No.90021 in revised Railfreight "triple grey" livery, with Railfreight Distribution sector markings.

  • Class 156 in 'Network North Western' Regional Railways livery.

  • The Antrim Princess, Sealink ferry berthed in Larne with Sealink letters.

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