Liveries

Some articles on liveries:

Types of Aircraft Livery - Logo
... Airlines often apply and paint specialized liveries to their standard airline liveries and logos of their aircraft, examples being the logo of a sports team images of ...
Alder Valley - The NBC Era - Liveries
... The buses began to be painted in dark red and cream, with small Tilling-style Alder Valley fleetnames with gold coloured lettering in early 1972 ... In keeping with the NBC policy, however, poppy red was soon applied (from December 1972), with a white stripe at waist level (single-deckers) or above the lower windows (double-deckers), along with white double-N logo, bold white fleetnames and light grey wheels ...
LNER Class A4 4902 Seagull - Liveries, Boilers and Tenders
... In her service life she wore a variety of liveries with different numbering schemes Garter Blue as 4902 from her introduction, LNER black as of 27 May 1942, wartime black marked on tender as "NE" from 24 September ...
Park And Ride Bus Services In The United Kingdom - Marketing and Liveries
... specific marketing or dedicated all-over liveries where the passenger revenue does not justify this, such as in Stoke, Scarborough and York, although the term "park and ride" is a near-universally accepted ... All-over liveries are employed in single or multiple site schemes ... Liveries often emphasise the green credentials of the scheme, such as Plymouth's cloud livery, or by using green as a base colour (Oxford, Winchester) ...
DB Class 218 - Background, History and Design - Technical Information - Liveries
... The turquoise/cream colour became a new standard for the 218, whilst the 217 ... in the burgundy and beige remained a loner, for almost thirty years, until 001 ... (ex 217 001) became the second locomotive from the V160 family to receive this colour scheme ... By the late 2000s the turquoise/cream colour had virtually, the last representative being DB AutoZug 218 320. ...