In 1986 a tidal wave of red, white and blue swept through London and the home counties when the big, brassy, bold and colourful world of Network SouthEast was launched.
Thousands of locos, coaches and units were painted in the new 'toothpaste' livery and this trend continued until the mid-1990s and privatisation.
This new programme from Train Crazy looks back at the locos and trains which made the NSE years so special.
This is not a history programme, nor does it feature every loco and unit - this is an enthusiast's journey, looking at the Class 47s and 50s painted in the NSE livery in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
We're at Paddington and these trains never stop! 47s, 50s, rakes of 12 coaches coming and going all day!
Footage from Salisbury, Exeter and Dawlish is also included.
In addition, various freight trains are featured hauled by 33s, 37s 47s and 56s with the majority in BR Blue of the various Railfreight colours from that time.
The iconic NSE 47s and 50s hauling huge rakes of coaches have gone forever - this programme will bring the memories flooding back...!
Produced by - Train Crazy
Running time - 100 Minutes