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‘Blood and Custard’

An overview of Crimson & Cream.

This is intended to provide a basic overview into British Railways’ use of ‘Blood and Custard’ livery for its passenger carrying stock and the locomotives that hauled that stock. For many, ‘Blood and Custard’ was a fine combination of colours and was particularly suited to Mk1 stock.

 

Locomotives at Nationalisation

British Railways came into being on 1st January 1948 but in respect of liveries no clear policy had been decided. Accordingly the individual works carried on as they had always done, painting rolling stock in their own liveries. The only indication of the new ownership was ‘BRITISH RAILWAYS’ being substituted for the former Company Titles on the sides of locomotives, soon followed by the re-numbering of locomotives into block sequences based around the newly created regions.

In terms of the font used to display ‘BRITISH RAILWAYS’ on locomotives former SR classes utilised Bulleid’s ‘sunshine’ lettering, LNER Gill Sans, LMS a mixture of LNER Gill Sans (initially in white thence off-white /cream) and bold Sans-serif whilst GWR used Egyptian-style in metallic gold or yellow with red drop-shadow and black outlining /detail.

 

British Railway’s Plum & Spilt Milk

In respect of ‘Blood and Custard’ livery the use of ‘carmine’ does not appear to have been used by British Railways and seems to be a simple misnomer, possibly from the London and North Western Railway’s 'plum and spilt milk' livery; a version of this livery that was trialled by British Railways in 1948.

This LNWR livery was described as having lower panels and mouldings in a 'carmine lake', the upper panels were a shade of white. Carriage ends were painted chocolate with black underframes /running gear. The fixed window frame mouldings were usually ‘Indian red’ with door and drop lights in varnished wood.

Certainly on the Southern nine Bulleid and three Maunsell coaches (used between Waterloo and Bournemouth) received ‘plum and spilt milk’ as a livery before repainting into Crimson and Cream. The Eastern also trialled in this livery (on the former Great Eastern) as did the Western in a fifteen coach ‘Riviera’ set; they may have been more around the regions.

Plum and spilt milk did not find favour and British Railways made the decision to adopt Crimson and Cream.

 

British Railways’ Crimson & Cream

In terms of passenger carrying stock, British Railways’ Crimson and Cream livery first appeared around 1949. This livery rapidly gained the nickname ‘Blood and Custard’. The original edict was for main line corridor stock to be in Crimson and Cream livery and local steam and passenger brake vans to have just Crimson Lake.

The official Railways Executive designation was Crimson Lake - British Standard colour reference BS381C colour no.540 ‘crimson’. The cream was normally bordered by black and gold lining. Lining comprised 3/8” gold and 3/4” black lines; the latter adjoined the cream painted panel. On a Mk1 coach the cream panel was 3’ 6 ½” deep.

British Railways’ Mark I prototypes coaches arrived in 1950, followed in 1951 by the first production coaches. For Mk1 locomotive-hauled stock the specification was generally simple to adopt; corridor coaches receiving ‘Blood and Custard’ livery and non-corridor stock received crimson. However, on the railways ‘exceptions’ frequently arise and some batches of ‘BG’ full-brakes received plain crimson. Indeed this general overview will miss out a number of ‘exceptions’!

Multiple unit stock was generally (but not always) green livery and Pullman cars retained their Pullman livery.

 

Hauling Crimson & Cream

On the locomotive front, although in 1948 ‘BRITISH RAILWAYS’ started appearing on the sides of steam locomotives this was rapidly replaced by the ‘Lion and Wheel’ crest also nicknamed the ‘Unicycling Lion’. Derived from the British Transport Commission Crest this comprised a gold /yellow lion stretching over a railway wheel, which in turn had a ‘British Railways’ nameplate across its centre. Initially the crest came in three sizes (26.5” wide, 15” wide and 8.5” wide) although examples of the latter use appear to be scarce. The lions faced forward with the locomotive; something that would later cause embarrassment with their replacement design.

In March 1949 a decision was taken to paint express steam locomotives in lined blue livery before lined ‘British Railways’ green (passenger), lined black (mixed traffic) and plain black (freight) became the norm from early 1951. At least two shades of the blue were trialled and even purple was experimented with. Most early diesel locomotives were black. It is stated that whilst British Railways’ green appears close, it was not quite the GWR’s ‘Brunswick’ green (which was achieved through using multiple layers of paint). However, the Railway Correspondence and Travel Society (RCTS) identify British Railways ‘Britannia class’ as being Brunswick Green; speculation may be that any differences may simply have been in terms of the differences in painting technique.

 

Blood & Custard’s Demise

Blood and Custard was not to remain, for in March 1956 two corridor seconds appeared trialling single-colour livery variations and by May 1956 two new Derby-built coaches appeared in lined maroon. British Railways had decided to discontinue the upper cream panels (a major factor being uneven cleaning) and regions were able to adopt regional colour schemes. In the same year 'third class' was abolished.

The Southern Region rapidly reverted to using green livery on its repaints and the Western Region adopted chocolate and cream for its named express trains; possibly a slightly ironic decision given the decision to abolish cream! The Western Region used chocolate and cream until 1962 when it followed the other regions and adopted maroon livery for most of its hauled-coaching fleet. Generally these chocolate and cream coaches sported carriage ‘roundels’; useful for identifying them in black and white photographs.

On the Southern, in July 1956 Mk1 coaches S9 and S80009 were amongst the last coaches to leave Eastleigh in ‘Blood and Custard’ livery. However, the Southern’s expert varnishing techniques along with the use of fixed coaching sets (denoted by 6” high numbers on the set ends) and their associated maintenance regime may well have assisted in prolonging ‘Blood and Custard’ livery on some Mk1s into the 1960s.

It must be noted that when ‘foreign’ maroon liveried coaches were transferred onto the Southern they were usually very rapidly repainted green. Ironically some Southern Region Mk1 coaches that were redeployed onto the Midland Region remained in green livery as late as 1969.

 

Locomotives at Blood & Custard’s demise

1956 also saw the use of ‘D’ prefixes on diesel locomotives and the decision to replace the ‘unicycling lion’ crests with the ‘Ferret and Dartboard’. However, many steam locomotives survived with their ‘unicycling lion’ into the 1960s and withdrawal. For example the Southern Region’s USA tank No.30069 early crest survived at least as late as February 1966. Printed in just two sizes (43.75” wide and 30.25” wide) the ‘Ferret and Dartboard’ was essentially a lined circle surrounding a red lion sejant rampant sitting in a crown holding a wheel. In turn this was placed between lined boxes – the left stating ‘British’ and right, ‘Railways’. On coaching stock a variant was used essentially comprising lined circle ‘carriage roundel’ but with ‘British Railways’ appearing in a circle around the lion sejant rampant sitting in a crown holding a wheel.

Britannia Class no.70016 ‘Ariel’ (of Laira shed) was recorded by the RCTS as being the first locomotive to receive the new ‘Ferret and Dartboard’ crest; being displayed at Marylebone station on 21st June 1956. Other Britannia classes (70004 of Stewarts Lane /70023 of Old Oak Common and 70048 of Holyhead) also received this new crest during 1956.

On the Southern Region new-Standard 4MT no.80153 left Brighton works in February 1957 with ‘unicycling lions’ but a month later no.80154 (the last of its type) emerged sporting the new ‘ferret and dartboard’ crests. Another early example of the ‘ferret and dartboard’ crest was ex-Ashford Works U-class mogul no.31612 (May 1957). An example from the Western Region was Caerphilly Works where its first locomotive to receive the new ‘ferret & dartboard’ crest was 5600-class 0-6-2T no.5690 ex-works in March 1957.

Of further interest, previously black Western Region passenger engines (such as the County class) had started appearing in lined green from June 1955 (‘modified’ Halls from September 1955) with the early ‘unicycling lion’ crest. Interestingly plain green Standard 3MT no.82007 was carrying large ‘unicycling lion’ crests in January 1957.

Unsurprisingly application dates for the new ‘ferret and dartboard’ crest differed between both regions and works. 

 

Tale of the Lion

Originally all lion crests faced forward but this emerged to be a major blunder as Heraldic convention decrees that as the lion faced left on the official British Transport Commission Crest, it must always face that direction on any emblem or logo derived from that crest. Accordingly British Railways bowed to representations from the College of Heralds so from 1959 the lions had to face just one direction, left. Not only did this decree apply to locomotives but also to carriage roundels although presumably right facing carriage roundels were only going to be applied to certain locomotive classes. However, locomotives and coaches were rarely corrected until a repaint took place; many simply saw their ‘incorrect lions’ remain in place until withdrawal.

This lion is often referred to as the rampant lion but in heraldic symbols a rampant lion would have its forepaws raised (like the lion sejant rampant) as well as a hind leg. Although the crown obscures the hind feet of British Railway’s lion, its right hind leg should still be partially visible above or even through the crown; that is not suggests that the lion is probably sitting and is therefore most likely ‘segant rampant’ (also referred to ‘segant erect’) and not merely ‘rampant’.

On the Southern Region carriage roundels were normally only applied to the motor-coaches of multiple-unit stock and special coaching sets such as ‘The Royal Wessex’. Elsewhere they were normally applied to lined maroon coaches and the Western Region ‘chocolate and cream’ coaches. There were of course the many exceptions not detailed here!

 

Blood & Custard into the 1960s

During 1959 crimson non-gangway stock started receiving lining and in 1960 the Southern Region first used the UIC cantrail banding (yellow above first class and red above dining cars) to its (green-liveried) boat-train coaches. By 1963 this convention was being applied to all carriages across BR. There is no indication of the UIC banding being added to Blood and Custard coaches although some Blood and Custard coaches have received the yellow ‘first class’ cantrail band in preservation.

On the Southern Region’s Eastern District some Blood and Custard Mk1 coach sets could still be seen in service as late as 1963 (single coaches even in 1964) although the number of Blood and Custard Mk1 coaches appears to have rapidly diminished after 1959. One example of a set that survived into the sixties was Mk1 set no.549 (photographed 10th June 1962).

Similarly odd Blood and Custard coaches could be found on the Western Region in 1963 and the RCTS reported that Mark I CK W15622 was still in crimson and cream in February 1964.

Mk1 locomotive-hauled coaches were still being built right through into 1964 (Southern Region Mk1 emus were still being build much later) so many Mk1 coaches arrived too late for ‘Blood and Custard’ livery. However, one RMB (of 1960s build) received ‘Blood and Custard’ livery in preservation.

With the introduction of spray painting at Eastleigh Works, coach ends started to became the same colour as the bodywork from 1964. With both ‘Blood and Custard’ (crimson /cream) and BR(W) chocolate /cream liveries now obsolete this only appears to have been applied to green and maroon stock until 1965, when British Rail introduced its ‘corporate blue’ identity. It was around this time (1964) that the BR(S) finally obtained some BGs in Green livery and even then only three can be identified.

 

Locomotives’ Livery Changes

Accompanying these changes to coaching stock, diesel locomotives were generally green (many Western Region hydraulics appeared in maroon and from their introduction in 1959 the Midland Region’s AC electrics sported blue with a cast aluminium lion sejant rampant (no encircling ring) similar to British Railways’ cap badges), furthermore black had been discontinued on diesel shunting locomotive repaints. Some experimental liveries were also trialled but the future appeared to be with AC and blue livery; Glasgow’s suburban AC ‘blue trains’ first entering into service in November 1960.

On the third-rail Southern Region OHLE electrification flashes have been reported on Bulleid pacifics in June 1960 (nos. 34003 /5 / 16/ 17 /21 /22 & 25) with depots 73A and 73B appearing to lead the way.

The first yellow warning panels on the front of diesel and electric stock appeared in the early 1960s; an early example being Southern Region no.E6001 (Type JA) in 1962 - before it was repainted with a plain green front! However, it was not long before other new locomotives (such as the BRCW class 27) were being delivered with yellow warning panels. On the Southern Region some 4-subs received yellow warning panels in 1962 with the first EPBs gaining theirs from November 1963 onwards. As an experiment one of the Southern Region’s Hastings Diesels motor coaches appeared with an experimental central yellow panel (solebar to cantrail) covering the middle (vertical) panel of the cab front. However, it was not long before the decision was made to applying full yellow ends to all main-line diesel and electric stock.

 

Corporate Blue

British Railways was rebranded British Rail in 1965 with its new ‘corporate’ blue livery. Like ‘Blood and Custard’ livery, blue and grey was initially applied to mainline locomotive-hauled stock (the last maroon MK1 received blue /grey in 1974) with plain blue initially on suburban and multiple unit stock. As an aside any remaining 'Ladies Only' compartments vanished in 1977.

Corporate blue represented British Rail’s new modern image and the livery was not normally applied to steam locomotives. However, like everything else on the railway exceptions existed in the form of the narrow gauge Vale of Rheidol steam engines in plain blue with British Rail ‘arrows of indecision’ adorning their sides; coaches were plain blue.

On the Southern Region main line stock such as the Hastings Diesel sets and the Bournemouth electrification 4-Rep and 3/4-TC units initially received plain blue before the decision was made to adopt blue /grey livery.

In many ways the wheel had almost come full-circle as many facets of Blue and Grey livery (and its application) mirrored ‘Blood and Custard’.

 

Blood & Custard: a resurrection

In 1996 ‘Blood and Custard’ livery was resurrected when Strathclyde PTE made the decision to repaint some of their Class 156 dmus into a crimson and cream livery. Even the numbers were applied in gold in the original gill sans typeface – these units looked superb! In time some of Strathclyde PTE’s class 314 emus were similarly painted in ‘Blood and Custard’.

 

Contributions to the above are welcomed; especially if this overview is missing details or has errors.

 

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