For A Laugh
Its a bit obvious that it is a advertising livery...
Back on topic then.
Is there any particular reason that the unit has has a livery dedicated to the line, but the unit itself isnt reserved for it?
Did you not read any replies before you posted your deliberate arguements? Here's the very first reply...Is it advertising a route? or summthing else?
There is one 170 in that livery numbered 170513. It is in an advertising livery for the Robin Hood Line (Worksop to Nottingham via Mansfield). The unit is indeed operated by Central Trains but is not dedicated to the service and can be seen on a variety of routes.
See here for a better image: http://www.icrs.org.uk/images/Photogallery/Stafford and Crewe 190304/170513.jpg
It was 505 indeed. Other advertising liveries on Central Trains' 170s include(d) 170396's Q-Jump branding and 170399's 'Be In Birmingham' livery.Yeah, there was a Bullring 170. It was... 170505 if I remember correctly? That was a weird looking train if you ask me. You could see all the green and blue because the vinyl didn't cover all of the train and it just looked strange.
Those as well - in fact those more so than Lymington as they never/rarely go off 'their line' where as the Lymington CIGs go as far south as Bournemouth where they're based and Eastleigh & Fareham on the turning runs