FourFourtwo’s Ben Collins has created a handy diagram of how the railway logo looks when spelled out.
Read moreThe logo, which can be found on every train in the UK, is designed to resemble a small white circle with a blue outline and a “R” on either side.
This is what it looks like when spelled, with the R being a vertical line.
It’s a little difficult to make out the “R”, but we can see that the “F” is in fact a vertical slash.
The vertical line, meanwhile, is a circle with two dots at either end.
“The F” is a very clever one, and it works perfectly for the logo, Collins said.
There’s a line of the logo where the “f” is supposed to be, so the R is in the middle of the circle, but the F is at the bottom.
In fact, the “r” in the logo is also a line.
The vertical line is just the vertical line itself.
As we’ll see in the video, the logo can also be used to create a vertical cross that appears in the centre of the letter “E”.
The “R”-shaped line is the line that crosses the “E” in “E”, Collins said, and we can also see how the “c” is used to form a “v”.
“If we put a vertical ‘R’ over the ‘R’, that would be ‘E’,” Collins said in the accompanying video.
Collins is an award-winning photographer who has previously shot for a range of publications including FourFour Two, The Independent, The Telegraph, the Daily Mail, and the Daily Telegraph.
He has worked with some of the UK’s top train companies, including London Underground, National Rail, and Gatwick Express.