Earlier today, my UK train trip was delayed by signalling problems. When we set off, the guard announced about these, and said we'd probably be about 25 minutes late to our destination. (On this particular train company, 30 minutes is the magic number for delay compensation)
As we got to the area around the signalling problems, we seemed to get even later, and the guard announced we'd probably be 28 minutes late. When we arrived, I had to make a mad dash for an onward connection, so didn't have time to check the boards to see what they said.
I've tried looking on the National Rail Enquiries journey planner for the delay, but that won't let me search in the past. The National Rail Enquiries live departures and arrivals pages don't show things into the past either.
Is there any way to lookup the actual arrival time, for a UK train, for some point in the last day or two? (So I can check if the train hit the magic 30 minutes or not, before bothering to fill out the forms to try to claim)