In the days when Standard was called Second Class, Network SouthEast introduced a fresh look to its trains between London and Clacton with a striking blue, black and orange moquette. Far from being second class, it provided a calming sea of blues with a sharp and vivid flash of colour. The enormous Network SouthEast franchise introduced one of the most loved external liveries of all. The mix of red, white and blue was iconic - and looked equally great on a brand new commuter multiple unit or an Isle of Wight ‘tube’ train dating back to the 1930s. Interiors had a touch of class with horizontal lines all the way, with a brown design in First Class, which we also stock. You may also know this design as ‘Jaffa Cake’ for obvious reasons! These exact trains - and this moquette - ended their days working on Regional Railways services out of Manchester. Both are available in a variety of product lines.