RAILMATCH Enamel Authentic Colour 15ml Jars - POST 1966 MODERN RANGE

  • £3.50


RAILMATCH Enamel Authentic Colour - POST 1966 MODERN RANGE - 15ml Jars

RailMatch paints have been developed with the modeller in mind and are suitable for brushing or spraying. If using our paints through an airbrush the paint will require thinning by approximately 15-20% enamel thinner. If using weathering shades you may want to “thin” the paint further to create a dusting effect. RailMatch paints are produced with an eggshell finish, with the exception of the weathering and 'faded' colours which are matt. Please remember that when thinning paints the sheen will be reduced as will colour density. This can normally be corrected by using a suitable varnish to finish your model. Please ensure jar products are well stirred prior to use. When airbrushing ensure you are in a well ventilated, dust free environment. For best results build up colour by layers, not one heavy coat. Always ensure models are clean of grease, dust etc. Preparation is important.           

All RailMatch paint products are manufactured in Manchester by HMG Ltd. to the highest quality and consistency. HMG are one of the largest paint manufacturers in the UK and their extensive knowledge means RailMatch is probably the best model paint you can buy.

**N.B. Colour renderings shown here are only approximate and will vary from viewing device to viewing device **

200   EXECUTIVE LIGHT GREY (InterCity, ScotRail, Regional)

201   EXECUTIVE DARK GREY (InterCity, ScotRail, Railfreight sector livery roofs)

202   WARNING/ENGINEERS YELLOW  (Post 1984 loco/unit fronts and “Dutch” engineers livery)

203   RAIL WHITE (InterCity, ScotRail and Regional)

204   RAIL RED (Railfreight red freight stock, early InterCity lining)

205   BLACK  (Underframes, cab window surrounds and Waterman/Fragonset Railways locomotives)

206   RAIL GREY (Blue/Grey stock, ‘large logo’ loco roofs, lower bodyside on RFD sector locos)

207   RAIL BLUE  (Standard colour 1966-1985)

208   REGIONAL LIGHT BLUE  (Also Provincial and ScotRail)

209   REGIONAL/MAINLINE FREIGHT  BLUE  (Also Provincial, early ScotRail and Malcolm Group)

210   WARNING YELLOW (Latest shade late 1990’s onward. Used on class 66 and now generally applied)

214   STRATHCLYDE PTE/LOADHAUL ORANGE   (PTE sponsored stock and Loadhaul locos)

218   WR CREAM  (Cornish Rail stock and Mk1 coaches)

219   WR BROWN  (Cornish Rail stock and Mk1 coaches)

226   RAILFREIGHT GREY (Applied prior to sector liveries - also ‘Dutch’ engineers grey)

232   ORANGE  (Cantrail stripes, MU fittings etc.)

234   ENGINEERS OLIVE  (Early Departmental stock)

235   FREIGHT BAUXITE  (Standard wagon stock shade)

236   FREIGHT BAUXITE, LATE, DARK SHADE (Last variant of this colour)

241 ROYAL MAIL/RES RED (Parcel fleet colour)

243   NETWORK SOUTH EAST DARK BLUE  (Later shade replacing early light blue)

244   SILVER GREY (Side/roof on later SR units and Regional units and locos)

245   FLINT GREY (Upper bodyside on RFD sector locos, Fragonset loco roof)

246   FALCON GREY (Later INTERCITY application replacing 201)

251   RES EXPRESS GREY (Parcels livery post Oct.’91 and Watermans Railways loco roofs)

255   EWS RAILWAY MAROON (Loco and stock body colour)

256   EWS RAILWAY GOLD (Loco bodyside stripes)

258   DRS BLUE (DRS locos)

270   FREIGHTLINER GREEN  (Post 1998 Freightliner livery)

271   FREIGHTLINER YELLOW  (Post 1998 Freightliner livery)

272   NETWORK RAIL SUNSHINE YELLOW (As used on Network Rail class 31’s and HST)

275   DB SCHENKER RED (New 2009 colour for ex-EWS owned locomotives)

276   DB SCHENKER GREY (New 2009 colour for ex-EWS owned locomotives)

294   SILVER  (handrails, buffers etc.)