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I got fined £20 on the train from Birmingham New Street to Selly Oak...

 

I had bought a ticket for £41.80 to travel from Watford Junction to Birmingham New Street, and as the destination on the ticket said 'ALL BIRMIGNHAM STATIONS' I didn't purchase a second ticket to get to Selly Oak (as it is in Birmingham!)...

 

This was obviously a bit stupid of me, and I accept that I got fined.... but i've lost it!

 

How do I pay the £20 fine without the slip? I don't know who to contact / if there is a website where I can pay online? Really don't want it to go up if I pay it late, and I'm off on holiday on Tuesday!!

 

Any info would be really helpful!

 

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Do I have the right to appeal if the destination on my ticket says 'all birmingham stations'.... selly oak is in Birmingham right?! :wink:

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Do I have the right to appeal if the destination on my ticket says 'all birmingham stations'.... selly oak is in Birmingham right?! :wink:

 

It might sound like splitting hairs to some people, but I have never seen 'ALL' Birmingham Stations printed on any ticket.

 

The indication is normally 'BIRMINGHAM STATIONS'

 

Which rail operator's train service were you on?

 

Was the notice issued less than 21 days ago?

 

If you contact the actual rail company who issued the Penalty Notice, they will be able to advise you.

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