Green Livery

Some articles on livery, green livery, green:

SECR K And SR K1 Classes - Livery and Numbering - SECR and Southern Railway
... The K class prototype was painted in an unlined dark grey livery with white lettering and numbering ... This Maunsell grey livery was introduced by the SECR as a wartime economy measure ... in 1923, the SR replaced the liveries of the constituent companies with a standard sage green livery (the colour being that previously used by Urie on the LSWR) with black and ...
Colourful Routemasters - Green Livery
... Green Routemasters worked for LT's country bus division, which took coach-type RMCs and RCLs for Green Line services, and later RMLs ... The RMC class were initially used on Green Line routes in outlying towns ...
LNER Peppercorn Class A1 60163 Tornado - Name, Number and Liveries
... designation "A1", applied in the paint detailing phase for launch in Apple Green ... The livery was described as "works grey” in a ”satin finish” ... The first full livery is LNER-style express passenger apple green, with 'British Railways' on the tender, as worn by the original locomotives in 1948 ...
SECR N Class - Livery and Numbering - SECR and Southern Railway
... N class locomotives were initially painted in an unlined dark grey livery with white lettering and numbering ... This Maunsell grey livery was introduced by the SECR as a wartime economy measure ... of the constituent companies with a standard sage green livery (the colour was that previously used by Robert Urie on the LSWR) with black and white lining, primrose yellow numbering and "Southern ...
List Of Rolling Stock Preserved On The South Devon Railway - Locomotives - Main Line Steam
... It is running in GWR green livery ... overhauled in 2010 and painted BR unlined green livery ... it was restored at Buckfastleigh, finally entering service in 2005 in GWR unlined green livery ...

Famous quotes containing the words livery and/or green:

    This death’s 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)

    People in America, of course, live in all sorts of fashions, because they are foreigners, or unlucky, or depraved, or without ambition; people live like that, but Americans live in white detached houses with green shutters. Rigidly, blindly, the dream takes precedence.
    Margaret Mead (1901–1978)