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File:BR-logo.svg

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Summary

Description

The former British Rail 'double arrow' logo, introduced January 1965.
It is currently used as a more generic symbol for identifying the railway, such as on directional signs.

Source

Tobyclifton redrew it according to the British Rail Corporate Identity Manual.

Date

January 1965

Author

British Rail Design Research Unit staff member Gerry Barney.[1]

Permission
(Reusing this file)

See below.

Other versions Logo of National Rail - Used by the organization that superseded British Rail, and is based off this logo.

Licensing

The logo is a registered trade mark in the name of the The Secretary of State for Transport.

This page was last edited on 14 January 2019, at 05:07
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