In Pictures: Gogarburn loses RBS branding

The stop on Edinburgh Trams at Gogarburn, which serves the Royal Bank of Scotland headquarters, has reverted to standard branding after the removal of the RBS adverts which had adorned the stop for a time. Its not known just when this de-branding took place but anyone visiting the stop now will no longer see the familiar blue RBS logos.

Now devoid of RBS branding the stop signs at Gogarburn are now a standard Edinburgh Trams look.

And if you can’t remember what it looked before here it is with the RBS branding. (Both Photographs by Roy Calderwood)

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One Response to In Pictures: Gogarburn loses RBS branding

  1. Bigalasdair says:

    Following the financial crash ten years ago, when RBS shares were acquired by the government, It’s been recentl;y reported that the RBS group name will be rebranded as Natwest with the RBS name quietly disappearing. Presumably the removal of RBS titling at Gogarburn is a first step in the “divorce” process. As far as I’m aware, no decision has been made where the Natwest banking group HQ will be sited

    Big Alasdair