Some articles on cream livery, cream, livery:
... The Central Scottish trading name and the deep red and cream livery the vehicles wore gave way to a number of new local identities ... as Monklands Bus, East Kilbride vehicles gained a dark green and cream livery with EK Chieftain fleetnames, leaving vehicles in the remaining depots gaining a more vibrant red and cream livery, branded as ...
... seats (with hard plastic seats at the rear of the buses), aluminum and cream side walls, illuminated advertising racks, and a cream-colored ceiling ... seats in the rear of the buses) blue walls below the windowline, cream window dividers, a blue rear wall, illuminated advertising racks, and glossy ceilings ... interior to that of the RTS buses, but featured black (rather than cream) window dividers ...
... proportion of its fleet was already painted in SMT livery ... to the repainting of buses into Scottish Omnibuses livery led to a decision to retain the Baxter's identity and blue livery for buses based at Victoria depot and used on town services around Airdrie and ... The Stark's livery, a lighter shade of green than that used by Scottish Omnibuses, was retained for buses at Dunbar and North Berwick ...
Famous quotes containing the words livery and/or cream:
“This deaths livery which walled its bearers from ordinary life was sign that they have sold their wills and bodies to the State: and contracted themselves into a service not the less abject for that its beginning was voluntary.”
—T.E. (Thomas Edward)
“When youre alone in the middle of the night and you wake in a sweat and a hell of a fright
When youre alone in the middle of the bed and you wake like someone hit you in the head
Youve had a cream of a nightmare dream and youve got the hoo-has coming to you.”
—T.S. (Thomas Stearns)