British Rail Cap, around 1980 - 1990s

British Rail was the government organisation that ran Britain’s trains during the time after the railways were nationalised in 1948. This unworn cap was issued to a British Rail employee during the later years of the organisation before privatisation in 1997. It bears the double-arrow logo of British Rail which was introduced in 1965. Today the logo is still used on signs for railway stations.

Museum reference:
NLC-2011-147
Made by:
British Rail
On display:
In Storage: Museums
Dimensions:
height: 255mm
width: 237mm
depth: 133mm
Materials:
nylon
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