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Image of Kirkby Design by Romo Bakerloo Cushion, Eclipse
 

Kirkby Design by Romo Bakerloo Cushion, Eclipse

The geometric moquette design featured on this cushion was designed in the late 1960s. It was used extensively to refurbish trains from the late 1930s serving the Bakerloo, Northern, Piccadilly, East London and Central Underground lines.


 
Image of Kirkby Design by Romo Bakerloo Cushion, Neon Orange
 

Kirkby Design by Romo Bakerloo Cushion, Neon Orange

The geometric moquette design featured on this cushion was designed in the late 1960s. It was used extensively to refurbish trains from the late 1930s serving the Bakerloo, Northern, Piccadilly, East London and Central Underground lines.


 
Image of Kirkby Design by Romo District Cushion
 

Kirkby Design by Romo District Cushion

The moquette design featured on this cushion was created by the prolific Architect and Designer Misha Black in the 1970s. It was first introduced on the London Underground's District line and fast became a subconscious icon of the city.


 
Image of Kirkby Design by Romo District Cushion, Kingfisher
 

Kirkby Design by Romo District Cushion, Kingfisher

The moquette design featured on this cushion was created by the prolific Architect and Designer Misha Black in the 1970s. It was first introduced on the London Underground's District line and fast became a subconscious icon of the city.


 
Image of Kirkby Design by Romo Marylebone Cushion, Neo Orange
 

Kirkby Design by Romo Marylebone Cushion, Neo Orange

Developed in the late 1930s, the moquette design featured on this cushion was first used on RT-Type (Routemaster) buses. This model was the forerunner of nearly 7,000 buses of its type which dominated the streets of London in the 1950s and 1960s.


 
Image of Kirkby Design by Romo Piccadilly Cushion, Lime
 

Kirkby Design by Romo Piccadilly Cushion, Lime

This intricate, geometric moquette design was introduced on the Piccadilly line in 1997 as part of a huge refurbishment of the 1973 tube trains which were serving at the time.