I've touched on this elsewhere, but thought I'd give it a thread on its own. Presently, LNR (London Northwestern Railway, operated by West Midlands Trains) Super Off Peak tickets from the South East to the North West with restriction codes like LG, such as this ticket which I used at the weekend: http://www.brfares.com/#faredetail?orig=MKC&dest=LIV&grpd=0435&rte=42&tkt=OPR have an evening peak restriction from 1630 to 1930 inclusive based on the "origin station on the ticket" only, with the rider that: A connecting service can be used to complete a journey begun at a valid time. However, that easement is not implemented in the Journey Planners, as a result of which the ticket is incorrectly not offered on the 14xx and 15xx departures from Bletchley/MKC travelling via Birmingham, despite this being totally valid (and I was not challenged in any way as the guards and RPIs know it is valid, and the TVMs happily sell it). The ticketing sites will attempt to sell you the more expensive Off Peak ticket due to the departure of the connecting service from Birmingham being after 1630 but before 1930 (inclusive). This is an issue I have reported to LM before, and they acknowledged it was wrong. But I seem to recall that the reason is that the software actually can't implement an easement like that. Is that correct? If so, would they not perhaps be better implementing a set of separate restrictions for each flow basing it on the origin station only rather than trying to cram it into one?