Hello all I want to travel from Derby to Hinckley, with an overnight stay. An off-peak return, valid on any train after 04:29, is available for £20.30, route any permitted. However, both National Rail and East Midlands Trains journey planners refuse to route via Leicester on this ticket at the time I want to travel (about 07:00 outward on 9/1, and about 16:00 return on 10/1), instead going via Tamworth and Nuneaton, with two changes and (usually) a longer journey. Other tickets, including standard day return and anytime first return (both any permitted route), show as valid via Leicester. The only restriction on the off-peak return is BT, which says valid on any train after 04:29. However, it also states that "If travel is to/from or via Luton, Luton Airport Parkway or London restriction codes CI & CJ also apply." CI and CJ place limitations on use of trains arriving/departing St Pancras and Bedford at certain times. I can therefore only guess that this is why the journey planners are refusing to play ball: the journey is obviously not via those stations, but the trains from Derby to Leicester end up at St Pancras. So two questions: (i) would the ticket be valid via Leicester (the terms of the ticket suggest yes, but National Rail says no - apparently incorrectly); and (ii) is it possible to get a valid itinerary via any other journey planner? Many thanks.