Train TimetablesAn interactive exercise on reading train timetables and making time calculations. 
This is level 2: finding information from a train timetable. Give your time answers in 24 hour time format in the same way it is shown in the timetable.
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ContinueAytown Centrald.  0639  0718  0813  0913  1007  1039  1138  1219  1302  1335  1417 

Bishops' Haltd.  0653  0732  0827    1021  1053  1152  1233    1349  1431 
Cayleigh Bridged.  0709  0748  0843    1037  1109  1208  1249    1405  1447 
Dozy Bankd.  0721  0800  0855    1049  1121  1220  1301    1417  1459 
Eyrevillea.  0741  0820  0915  1005  1109  1141  1240  1321  1354  1437  1519 
Foul Streetd.  0754    0928  1018    1154  1253    1407  1450   
Gravillenotd.  0805    0939  1029    1205  1304    1418  1501   
High Browa.  0815    0949  1039    1215  1314    1428  1511   
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Level 1  Highlighting journeys on a train timetable
Level 2  Finding information from a train timetable
Level 3  Finding information from a real train timetable
The video above is from RawMaths.
You may also want to use a calculator to check your working. See Calculator Workout skill 12.
Don't wait until you have finished the exercise before you click on the 'Check' button. Click it often as you work through the questions to see if you are answering them correctly. You can doubleclick the 'Check' button to make it float at the bottom of your screen.
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