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RailPass England / Scotland?

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First let my apologize for not understanding what I should be searching or purchasing in regards to train travel. We are 3 adults traveling next week. We arrive in London stay for 4 nights - then train to York for 2 nights - then train to Edinburgh for 5 nights. We will be traveling by train from Edinburgh to St. Andrews round trip 3 days at least. Should I just wait until I get there next week and ask someone what I should be purchasing? Should I be buying a "pass" ? Since we will be on the train multiple days I was hoping someone could give me some input if there is just an all inclusive pass to purchase. The options I see - continue to confuse me ! We are traveling to St Andrews for the golf tournament - I see a golf link 2015 option on Scotrail from Edinburgh- but also understand there may be other options - the bus link in conjunction with the train may be helpful though??
Thanks again for helping a novice - your input is appreciated.

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