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Hello
Would you help me with the place of words?

1) When does the last train leave for Brooklyn ? 2) When does the last train for Brooklyn leave?

Which one is natural? If both are OK, does these sentence express the same meaning or are these grammatically different? May I ask one more?

Can I use "to" instead of" for " like "the train to Brooklyn"?

Thank you.
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Your first sentence is correct.

If you write "to" instead of "for", I'd change the word order to "when does the last train to Brooklyn leave?"
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1. The plane leaves for Dallas at 12.35.

2. Heathrow 12.35.

Is for in #1 optional like in #2?
moon72961. The plane leaves for Dallas at 12.35.
2. The plane leaves Heathrow at 12.35.

Is for in #1 optional like in #2?

#1 Point of origin is not mentioned but destination is. So "for Dallas" is fine.

#2 Point of origin is Heathrow, destination unknown.