Station fencing colour

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offtherails
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Station fencing colour

Post by offtherails » Mon Jul 29, 2019 3:52 pm

I am loking for the colour used for wooden fencing as used along the rear of platforms,ie,white, green ,creosote or whatever.Any region of LNER
1923/46.Thanks in anticipation,
Ron.

65447
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Re: Station fencing colour

Post by 65447 » Mon Jul 29, 2019 6:16 pm

LNER Platform Fencing Colours.pdf
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I have given the present day BS381 colour references - see here: https://technicalpaintservices.co.uk/pa ... r-chart/88

Anthracene was derived from Coal tar and, when dissolved in a solvent, produced a preservative 'varnish' less tarry than creosote.

offtherails
GER J70 0-6-0T Tram
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Re: Station fencing colour

Post by offtherails » Mon Jul 29, 2019 7:27 pm

Brilliant work 65447.Many thanks ,exactly what I needed to know,
Ron.

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