Prior to 1969, Inter-City was represented by the British Rail logo accompanied by the Inter-City name in various typefaces.
A new black, beige and red livery was introduced in 1978. At the same time, the hyphen in the logotype was removed.
To celebrate the 21st anniversary of InterCity, a new logo was introduced. The 'Arrows of Indecision' logo was replaced in favour of a swallow. This logo was used for InterCity 225 services from its inception in 1988. Elements from this era of branding were also used for the Gatwick Express service.
A hyphenless version was used briefly.
The name was shortened in 1987 (see the InterCity section above).
InterCity APT was the name used for services using the Advanced Passenger Train. The services ceased in 1986.
Locomotive hauled services used rolling stock painted in modified InterCity livery.
Chiltern | East Anglia (Stansted Express) | East Midlands | Essex Thameside | Greater Western | InterCity East Coast | InterCity West Coast | Merseyrail | New Cross Country | Northern | ScotRail | South Eastern | South Western (Island Line) | Thameslink, Southern and Great Northern (Gatwick Express) | TransPennine | Wales and Borders | West Midlands
Defunct British Rail sectors