"Inter City Dogger Red"

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Inter City Dogger Red
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Inter City Dogger Red Standard class saloon in Restaurant Car 1674 at the Bluebell Railway Standard class saloon in Restaurant Car 1674 at the Bluebell Railway Coming Soon


"Inter City Dogger Red"

Product Specifications:

Product ID R01
Era British Rail (Sectors) : 1983 - 1994
Used In Standard class Open Saloons
Roll Size 4' 2" W × 80’ 6” L approx. (1.27m × 24.50m approx.)
Pattern Repeat ? 1 ¼” W × 1 1/8” H (3.175cm × 2.86cm)
Pile Formation Textured Pile
Availability Special Order. Please enquire for details


Pattern Repeat:

Our fabrics feature repeating patterns.

Pattern Repeat specifies the size of one motif of the pattern, measured both vertically and horizontaly.

Often used to assess how much material may be needed.

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In the 1970’s British Rail initiated a move away from traditional upholstery methods (fabric permanently fastened to the chair frame) and materials (moquette) in favour of detachable covers, made of repp-type fabrics, with the intention of cleaning the surface of the seats more frequently.

The hoped-for advantages of this system did not fully materialise, and the onset of Sectorisation saw the new sectors gradually returning to traditional ways. “Dogger Red” was introduced in 1984 by the Inter City sector, and was widely used, both in High Speed trains (Inter City 125) and in the Gatwick Express shuttle services.