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The introduction of new cars in 1991 introduced a secondary logo. It is based on the London Underground roundel. The roundel was used simultaneously with the 'Docklands' logotype.



Coinciding with the opening of the Beckton extension, the DLR introduced a new look and a new logo. The old red, white and blue colour scheme was replaced by a teal and white scheme. The car livery however remained the same only the old logos were removed in favour of the then new logo.


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Transport for London began introducing London Underground roundels to all of its transport sectors in the early 2000s. The Docklands Light Railway variation was teal with a blue bar with had the acronym 'DLR' placed in its centre. In 2004, the car livery was changed to all over red with a blue ribbon element with silver doors. New trains were introduced in 2008 which had a teal stripe along the blue ribbon.

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