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A few more days--northern England. Is this possible?

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We’ve been thinking about how to add an additional two night stay in northern England to our itinerary. We’ll have six nights in Scotland and three nights in York. We plan on traveling from Edinburgh to London. Would it work to take the train from Edinburgh to Berwick-Upon-Tweed, stay two nights, then train to York, then on to London? What we’d like to do in Berwick is visit the town on the first day, and take the bus to Holy Island on the second day. We’d then continue by train from Berwick to Durham on the way to York. Additionally, since we’d be passing through Durham, is it possible to stop for a few hours to see the Cathedral? Is there a place in the Durham train station to store luggage for a few hours? Thanks.

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