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Interpreting Timetables: When's the Next Train? (2)

In this worksheet, students read information and answer questions based on a railway timetable.

'Interpreting Timetables: When's the Next Train? (2)' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Maths and Numerical Reasoning

Curriculum subtopic:   Time and Timetables

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, children must answer questions based on a railway timetable.

 

Example 

                   

Windsor and Eton 4:20 4:50
5:50
Datchet
5:00
6:00
Staines 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30
Ashford 5:25 5:55 6:25
Richmond 5:40 6:10 6:40
Clapham Juction 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30
London Waterloo 6:20 6:50 7:20 7:50

 

From the given timetable, answer the questions.

 

Question 1  Which train doesn't stop at Datchet?

Answer 1    The 4:20 train from Windsor and Eton (there is a gap here)

 

Question 2  How long does it take to get from Ashford to Clapham Junction?

Answer 2    35 minutes (e.g. 5:25 to 6:00)

Windsor and Eton 1:20 1:45
2:35
Datchet
2:00
2:50
Staines 1:50 2:15 2:40 3:05
Ashford 2:05 2:30 2:55
Richmond 2:20 2:45 3:10
Clapham Juction 2:40 3:05 3:30 3:55
London Waterloo 2:50 3:15 3:40 4:05

From the given timetable, answer the question.

Which train doesn't stop at Ashford? ____________________

2:50 train from Datchet

1:20 train from Windsor and Eton

Windsor and Eton 1:20 1:45
2:35
Datchet
2:00
2:50
Staines 1:50 2:15 2:40 3:05
Ashford 2:05 2:30 2:55
Richmond 2:20 2:45 3:10
Clapham Juction 2:40 3:05 3:30 3:55
London Waterloo 2:50 3:15 3:40 4:05

From the given timetable, answer the question.

Which train doesn't stop at  two stations ? ____________________

2:40 train from Staines

2:35 train from Windsor and Eton

Windsor and Eton 1:20 1:45
2:35
Datchet
2:00
2:50
Staines 1:50 2:15 2:40 3:05
Ashford 2:05 2:30 2:55
Richmond 2:20 2:45 3:10
Clapham Juction 2:40 3:05 3:30 3:55
London Waterloo 2:50 3:15 3:40 4:05

From the given timetable, answer the question.

How long does the journey from Windsor and Eton to London Waterloo take? __________

130 mins

90 mins

170mins

Windsor and Eton 1:20 1:45
2:35
Datchet
2:00
2:50
Staines 1:50 2:15 2:40 3:05
Ashford 2:05 2:30 2:55
Richmond 2:20 2:45 3:10
Clapham Juction 2:40 3:05 3:30 3:55
London Waterloo 2:50 3:15 3:40 4:05

From the given timetable, answer the question.

How often do trains run from Staines on this line?

every 25 minutes

every 20 minutes

Windsor and Eton 1:20 1:45
2:35
Datchet
2:00
2:50
Staines 1:50 2:15 2:40 3:05
Ashford 2:05 2:30 2:55
Richmond 2:20 2:45 3:10
Clapham Juction 2:40 3:05 3:30 3:55
London Waterloo 2:50 3:15 3:40 4:05

From the given timetable, answer the question.

How many minutes does it take to get from Clapham Juction to London Waterloo?

Windsor and Eton 1:20 1:45
2:35
Datchet
2:00
2:50
Staines 1:50 2:15 2:40 3:05
Ashford 2:05 2:30 2:55
Richmond 2:20 2:45 3:10
Clapham Juction 2:40 3:05 3:30 3:55
London Waterloo 2:50 3:15 3:40 4:05

From the given timetable, answer the question.

I want to be in London by 3:30.

Which is the better train to take from Ashford?

the 2:30 train

the 2:55 train

Windsor and Eton 1:20 1:45
2:35
Datchet
2:00
2:50
Staines 1:50 2:15 2:40 3:05
Ashford 2:05 2:30 2:55
Richmond 2:20 2:45 3:10
Clapham Juction 2:40 3:05 3:30 3:55
London Waterloo 2:50 3:15 3:40 4:05

From the given timetable, answer the question.

I have just missed the 2:00 train from Datchet.

How long must I wait for the next train?

50 minutes

40 minutes

Windsor and Eton 9:50 10:40
12:20
Datchet
10:50
12:30
Staines 10:25 11:15 12:05 12:55
Ashford 10:35 11:25 12:15
Richmond 11:05 11:55 12:45
Clapham Juction 11:15 12:05 12:55 13:45
London Waterloo 11:35 12:25 13:15 14:05

From the given timetable, answer the question.

Which train doesn't start at Windsor and Eton ? ___________________

the 12:05 Staines train

the 10:25 Staines train

Windsor and Eton 9:50 10:40
12:20
Datchet
10:50
12:30
Staines 10:25 11:15 12:05 12:55
Ashford 10:35 11:25 12:15
Richmond 11:05 11:55 12:45
Clapham Juction 11:15 12:05 12:55 13:45
London Waterloo 11:35 12:25 13:15 14:05

From the given timetable, answer the question.

Which train doesn't stop at Datchet ?

the 9:50 train from Windsor and Eton

the 12:05 train from Staines

  • Question 1

Windsor and Eton 1:20 1:45
2:35
Datchet
2:00
2:50
Staines 1:50 2:15 2:40 3:05
Ashford 2:05 2:30 2:55
Richmond 2:20 2:45 3:10
Clapham Juction 2:40 3:05 3:30 3:55
London Waterloo 2:50 3:15 3:40 4:05

From the given timetable, answer the question.

Which train doesn't stop at Ashford? ____________________

CORRECT ANSWER
2:50 train from Datchet
  • Question 2

Windsor and Eton 1:20 1:45
2:35
Datchet
2:00
2:50
Staines 1:50 2:15 2:40 3:05
Ashford 2:05 2:30 2:55
Richmond 2:20 2:45 3:10
Clapham Juction 2:40 3:05 3:30 3:55
London Waterloo 2:50 3:15 3:40 4:05

From the given timetable, answer the question.

Which train doesn't stop at  two stations ? ____________________

CORRECT ANSWER
2:35 train from Windsor and Eton
  • Question 3

Windsor and Eton 1:20 1:45
2:35
Datchet
2:00
2:50
Staines 1:50 2:15 2:40 3:05
Ashford 2:05 2:30 2:55
Richmond 2:20 2:45 3:10
Clapham Juction 2:40 3:05 3:30 3:55
London Waterloo 2:50 3:15 3:40 4:05

From the given timetable, answer the question.

How long does the journey from Windsor and Eton to London Waterloo take? __________

CORRECT ANSWER
90 mins
  • Question 4

Windsor and Eton 1:20 1:45
2:35
Datchet
2:00
2:50
Staines 1:50 2:15 2:40 3:05
Ashford 2:05 2:30 2:55
Richmond 2:20 2:45 3:10
Clapham Juction 2:40 3:05 3:30 3:55
London Waterloo 2:50 3:15 3:40 4:05

From the given timetable, answer the question.

How often do trains run from Staines on this line?

CORRECT ANSWER
every 25 minutes
  • Question 5

Windsor and Eton 1:20 1:45
2:35
Datchet
2:00
2:50
Staines 1:50 2:15 2:40 3:05
Ashford 2:05 2:30 2:55
Richmond 2:20 2:45 3:10
Clapham Juction 2:40 3:05 3:30 3:55
London Waterloo 2:50 3:15 3:40 4:05

From the given timetable, answer the question.

How many minutes does it take to get from Clapham Juction to London Waterloo?

CORRECT ANSWER
10
  • Question 6

Windsor and Eton 1:20 1:45
2:35
Datchet
2:00
2:50
Staines 1:50 2:15 2:40 3:05
Ashford 2:05 2:30 2:55
Richmond 2:20 2:45 3:10
Clapham Juction 2:40 3:05 3:30 3:55
London Waterloo 2:50 3:15 3:40 4:05

From the given timetable, answer the question.

I want to be in London by 3:30.

Which is the better train to take from Ashford?

CORRECT ANSWER
the 2:30 train
  • Question 7

Windsor and Eton 1:20 1:45
2:35
Datchet
2:00
2:50
Staines 1:50 2:15 2:40 3:05
Ashford 2:05 2:30 2:55
Richmond 2:20 2:45 3:10
Clapham Juction 2:40 3:05 3:30 3:55
London Waterloo 2:50 3:15 3:40 4:05

From the given timetable, answer the question.

I have just missed the 2:00 train from Datchet.

How long must I wait for the next train?

CORRECT ANSWER
50 minutes
  • Question 8

Windsor and Eton 9:50 10:40
12:20
Datchet
10:50
12:30
Staines 10:25 11:15 12:05 12:55
Ashford 10:35 11:25 12:15
Richmond 11:05 11:55 12:45
Clapham Juction 11:15 12:05 12:55 13:45
London Waterloo 11:35 12:25 13:15 14:05

From the given timetable, answer the question.

Which train doesn't start at Windsor and Eton ? ___________________

CORRECT ANSWER
the 12:05 Staines train
  • Question 9

Windsor and Eton 9:50 10:40
12:20
Datchet
10:50
12:30
Staines 10:25 11:15 12:05 12:55
Ashford 10:35 11:25 12:15
Richmond 11:05 11:55 12:45
Clapham Juction 11:15 12:05 12:55 13:45
London Waterloo 11:35 12:25 13:15 14:05

From the given timetable, answer the question.

Which train doesn't stop at Datchet ?

CORRECT ANSWER
the 9:50 train from Windsor and Eton
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