There is a new List of Easements here, (linked to from here and scroll down to Section E). The date is 29/04/2015. The text at the top has changed to now include: "An easement which narrows permission is a negative easement.". What's that old quote about the more times you repeat something that isn't true, you make people believe it is? Anyway moving on from their latest attempt to 'get one over' on people, by using the most convoluted and nonsensical wording imaginable (either that or simply major levels of incompetence I guess!), may I draw attention to 030098 a 'Routeing Point' easement (no definition of that appears to be given?) which states: "Journeys from Chandlers Ford via Eastleigh and Basingstoke are permitted regardless of fares. This easement applies in both directions." Which journeys are not permitted regardless of fares? They are permitted according to... well, weather they are permitted or not, as per the Routeing Guide, as set out in the National Rail Conditions of Carriage. Why would fares influence that? Therefore the only remaining logical interpretation is that all journeys from Chandlers ford are permitted via Eastleigh and Basingstoke. So Chandlers Ford to Romsey via Eastleigh, Basingstoke and Salisbury is fine, right?