## Time to Take the Train, Ch-ch-changes

### by: Claire and Dan

Players: 2+
Quizmaster required: Yes

Using the National Rail weekday timetable website, a quizmaster chooses a start and end location and a time that you would get on said train. Players take it in turns to guess how many changes there will be (the amount of changes gets you one point and the correct station gets you another point), and the duration of the selected journey (three points if your answer is 5 minutes out either way, 2 points for 10 minutes, and 1 point for 15 minutes).Using the National Rail weekday timetable website, a quizmaster chooses a start and end location and a time that you would get on said train. Players take it in turns to guess how many changes there will be (the amount of changes gets you one point and the correct station gets you another point), and the duration of the selected journey (three points if your answer is 5 minutes out either way, 2 points for 10 minutes, and 1 point for 15 minutes).Using the National Rail weekday timetable website, a quizmaster chooses a start and end location and a time that you would get on said train. Players take it in turns to guess how many changes there will be (the amount of changes gets you one point and the correct station gets you another point), and the duration of the selected journey (three points if your answer is 5 minutes out either way, 2 points for 10 minutes, and 1 point for 15 minutes).Using the National Rail weekday timetable website, a quizmaster chooses a start and end location and a time that you would get on said train. Players take it in turns to guess how many changes there will be (the amount of changes gets you one point and the correct station gets you another point), and the duration of the selected journey (three points if your answer is 5 minutes out either way, 2 points for 10 minutes, and 1 point for 15 minutes).

First appeared on BBC 5 Live, episode 25