So this evening, avoiding the Marston Vale conflagrations and excessive miles on buses, I travelled from Norwich to Bletchley on split tickets (bought using Trainsplit against an itinerary) thus: Advance Norwich-Colchester Anytime Day Single with NSE Colchester-Ingatestone Anytime Day Single with NSE Ingatestone-Bletchley Total cost £45.75 plus the Trainsplit fee. The itinerary had me on the 2042 off Euston scheduled to arrive 2131. However I was quite quick across London and got the 2002, which was delayed by a medical emergency and arrived at Bletchley at 2201 3/4 (according to RTT) 70-odd minutes late (but 31 3/4 late against the itinerary). Am I correct in my understanding that:- 1. The fact that I got across London quickly is immaterial and the original itinerary is what counts? 2. As such, the Delay Repay due is for a 30 minute delay, i.e. £22.88 assuming it is rounded up? 3. That the Trainsplit fee cannot be claimed as part of the Delay Repay? 4. That it is to be claimed from LNR as it was their train that was delayed? I wouldn't bother but anything to give LNR a whack at the moment due to continued poor performance, even though this specific incident was hardly their fault. Any suggestions how best to submit this to ensure it is paid properly? Thanks.