Hello everyone, So a few weeks ago I was travelling from A to Manchester Piccadilly, it's been a since I took this route and after queuing to get a ticket the train arrived. I got on, waited for a ticket officer however no one had approached me throughout the entire journey. I got off and made my way to the ticket officer at MP, (note I was in a state of hurry because I was late for my first day of work experience whilst being incredibly tired) so when asked for my original location I stated B, the first station on route that came to mind. This was not the best suggestion considering they had people checking for tickets before being allowed onto the station at B. So I was asked to explain.. Now back when I took this route for school I normally stated location C, at that point I openly admitted to wrongly stating the station. I then however said I was travelling from point C to MP (completely forgetting the fact I started from A). After saying C and continuing on after handing over my details and paying for the ticket from C to MP I realised my mistake. At this point I've received the notice letter asking to explain my situation. I am going to apologise for my actions and I'm willing to pay a fine to avoid court. I am however I'm unsure whether to go along with the statement I've made that I was travelling from location C. This is quite a situation I've got myself into.. What are your thoughts?