1969 - 1974
Prior to 1969, Inter-City was represented by the British Rail logo accompanied by the Inter-City name in various typefaces.
1974 - 1978
1978 - 1987
A new black, beige and red livery was introduced in 1978. At the same time, the hyphen in the logotype was removed.
1987 - 1996
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.
1966 - 1983
1983 - 1984
A hyphenless version was used briefly.
1984 - 1987
The name was shortened in 1987 (see the InterCity section above).
1980 - 1986
InterCity APT was the name used for services using the Advanced Passenger Train. The services ceased in 1986.
1983 - 1989
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