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U.S. citizen lives in the UK, trouble buying train tickets for Italy

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I am a U.S. citizen living in the UK, I'm trying to buy train tickets for a trip in Italy. I looked at the U.S. version of Rail Europe, but it said it would have to ship the tickets to me. I will be in Italy in a week and a half, and doubt the tickets would get here in time (we have a military post box, which makes delivery slower). I thought of the UK version of Rail Europe but someone told me since I have a U.S. passport, I won't be able to actually use the ticket I purchase. Can anyone help me with this? I prefer buying train tickets before I travel, so I don't have to worry about anything when I get there and can just relax. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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