rolling stock – exteriors

Class 142

The class 142 in
Regional Railways
livery. The dark
blue band allows
the windows
to merge into the
background
instead of breaking
up the otherwise
sleek and
appropriately linear
appearance.

Moquette

This is the
Regional Railways
style of moquette.
The spot colours
may be
customised for PTE
liveried vehicles or
modified to suit
older classes with
non-neutral
interior colours.

Class 158

In Scotland the
class 158 is
endorsed with the
ScotRail logotype.
In England and
Wales ‘Regional
Railways’ is used to
denote the
operator.

Class 150 in Centro livery

Centro house
colours applied to
Regional Railways
livery lines on a
class 150/1.

The livery has been
carefully tailored to
follow the
characteristic
shape of each
vehicle class.

Cab end
Class 323 drawing

Artist’s impression
of the new class
323 which will
feature Centro or
Greater Manchester
PTE house colours
applied to Regional
Railways livery lines.

It will also carry the
business style of
moquette with spot
colours to
complement the
liveries and
interiors.

Interiors
Toilet facilities

It is essential that
the whole product
is giving a quality
message to our
customers. All
design details are
important.

Seat backs

station signing – totems

BR totem

The BR symbol acts
as a pictogram to tell
the traveller where
the station is.
Regional Railways
branding would not
be appropriate at this
point.

PTE totem

The totem may
acknowledge the
contribution of a PTE
or approved major
sponsor.

A specially designed
plaque may be used
to acknowledge
financial support for a
quality station
improvement.

Regional Development Fund
Directional signage
Station name board - ScotRail

Corporate signing
using Rail Alphabet
and pictograms will
continue to be used.

The fleximark and
house colour is used
on platform signs. In
Scotland the ScotRail
logotype is also
applied.


The Negotiation
Document on station 
signing illustrates 
what is and is not 
negotiable for 
sponsorship 
acknowledgement on 
stations

A line image can be
associated with
heritage signing to
point out interesting
railway features along
the route. Shown
here is the Settle-
Carlisle line image.

1992 // TRANSDIFFUSION BROADCASTING SYSTEM