I sometimes buy an Anytime Single from Stevenage to St Albans routed +Any Permitted (and so valid via LONDON) and wish to break my journey at Old Street. As far as I an concerned I am on a valid route (Stevenage to London is mapped on EE and includes the route to Moorgate) and an Anytime single clearly allows BoJ. I have, however, had problems at the Old St gateline - the last time was a bit of a classic ("I have travelled on a NR service with a NR ticket and I wish to break my journey" met with "No sir - a break of journey is when, for instance you get the underground from, say, Victoria to Kings Cross on this ticket" What? I was eventually allowed out but told that "I wouldn't be able to get back in") Anyway, I was looking for some documentary evidence to demonstrate that I could indeed break my journey - I'm probably just going to print out the Anytime restrictions from the NR website (http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/times_fares/anytime_conditions.html). However whilst perusing the NRCoC I noticed in Rule 16: Now, I suspect this is meant to prevent BoJ whilst on an LU service but Old St is managed by LU so it is an LU station (unlike Finsbury Park which is two stations LU and NR). My ticket DOES entitle me to travel on the London Underground as it has a Maltese cross on it. A strict interpretation of this rule might mean that I can't break my journey at Old Street. What do people think?