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.  0608  0644  0743  0816  0913  0957  1054  1134  1211  1259  1337 

Bishops' Haltd.  0628  0704  0803    0933  1017  1114  1154    1319  1357 
Cayleigh Bridged.  0641  0717  0816    0946  1030  1127  1207    1332  1410 
Dozy Bankd.  0651  0727  0826    0956  1040  1137  1217    1342  1420 
Eyrevillea.  0708  0744  0843  0906  1013  1057  1154  1234  1301  1359  1437 
Foul Streetd.  0720    0855  0918    1109  1206    1313  1411   
Gravillenotd.  0738    0913  0936    1127  1224    1331  1429   
High Browa.  0750    0925  0948    1139  1236    1343  1441   
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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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