Railway colours carefully matched to prototype paint mixes
BR crimson paint colour as used initially on passenger coaches and luggage vans.
Agreed in 1949, British Railways coach livery until 1957 was crimson and cream (2312) for mainline corridor coaches and all crimson for suburban stock. This shade is also known as carmine, as it wasn't very close to many peoples' concept of crimson!
18ml pot of water based acrylic paint.