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White lining on NIR

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NIR had three varieties of white lining which might have escaped attention:


1. The old gold-coloured "upright" NIR logo had white lining; see the last few steam engines and any maroon and grey, or acquamarine blue and maroon railcars.


2. The Hunslets when maroon. The yellow bits had white lining. (This is missing in Cultra).


3. Post 1987, just as IE simply added the "tippex" lines to standard orange and black locos and carriages, NIR added white lining to either side of the light blue bands on the otherwise light grey "Enterprise" coaching stock.

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