Jaffa Cake Livery
Used on the Hastings Line along with the other South Eastern Division, fast and semi fast services of the Southern Region, the Jaffa Cake livery derived its nickname from a perceived resemblance to the internal appearance of a type of biscuit.
The new livery was used mainly with the introduction of the Hastings line electrification in 1986. The anniversary of the Battle of Hastings which took place in 1066 was also used in publicity for the line.
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