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Are the following sentences correct?

1 "Could you tell me where the train leaves from?"

2 "Could you tell me where the train leaves?"

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#1 OK

#2 Not OK

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cpu apple 6841 "Could you tell me where the train leaves from?"

Fine, but you would usually ask what track or which platform.

cpu apple 6842 "Could you tell me where the train leaves?"

No, not in this context.

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Thank you!

And the next?

Could you tell me where the train leaves from for London?

cpu apple 684Could you tell me where the train leaves from for London?

Could you tell me which platform I need to go to to get the train to London?
From which platform do trains to London leave? (e.g. in Paris Gare du Nord, the answer is "the Eurostar departure lounge")
Which train station has trains departing for London? (e.g. in Paris, the answer is Gare du Nord )

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cpu apple 684Could you tell me where the train leaves from for London?

It's "the train for London", so I'd change the word order.

Could you tell me where the train for London leaves from?

In reality, I'd probably say something more informal like

Excuse me. Can you tell me where I can catch the train to London?

CJ