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Florence to Turin by Train

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Apologies, I know there is an earlier topic on getting from Florence to Turin by rail, but I've been searching the web with little success. (I don't know if services have changed, hence my making a new topic.)

My hope is to travel from Florence to Turin on Sunday 14th July 2013. Any time of the day is acceptable, but morning or noon departure would be ideal. Is there a direct train service which runs between the cities? And, if so, on this day? (I would also consider a bus service, depending on cost/time.)

Thanks in advance for your advice! I know this must seem like a silly/basic question, but I am a little stuck nonetheless.
Tom

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