Hi all, I have what might appear to be a simple question, but I have no experience of specific station to london terminals tickets and so need a little help.... I live in Forest Hill and change via London Bridge to get to Charing Cross every day for work. I never get the Overground, although I could use it and change at Canada Water to get into work. I used to use the tube as well so have been using a zones 1-3 travel card. My closest friends live one stop further out of London in Sydenham (on the same line and also in zone 3) and I visit them several times a week without paying any extra. I have decided to start using a train-only FOH to London Terminals season ticket to save nearly £50, losing the option to use the tube as I no longer use it enough to justify the extra money (and I very very rarely use buses). My question is, as a season ticket from Sydenham to London Terminals is the same cost as one from Forest Hill could I get away with purchasing a SYD ticket but using FOH as my primary station? The only way to get to London Bridge directly from Sydenham is through Forest Hill so I'm guessing this would count as an intermediary station and would therefore be allowed? I'm also hoping that there would be no issues in using the ticket to go the 1 stop between FOH and SYD via Southern services whenever I want to visit my friends. As an aside, if the above is possible, can I take it that I would only legally be allowed to use the Southern services between FOH and SYD and not the more frequent Overground ones that don't go to London Bridge? Or would any of the stations on the Overground also count as a London Terminal, allowing me to use those services (and occasionally going to Canada Water for Cinema purposes )? In my 6+ years in London I've only been ticket checked 4 times and 3 of those were on tubes so I could probably risk it, but I'd rather not given the fines involved..... Thanks for any help you can give me!