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Which train from SW France to Paris?

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On our return leg, we're pondering where to drop off the car after our trip thru Lot and Dordogne regions, and return to Paris.
Itinerary is quite flexible.
We've considered Brive, but maybe that's too slow a train.
We've considered Agen, but that apparently requires a transfer and layover in Bordeaux.
We've considered Bordeaux, but the train station is probably in central city, which might require an overnight stay to avoid morning traffic. We were not planning to go to Bordeaux
We've considered Libourne, which would avoid B.. conflicts, but that's seemingly a half day affair as well. Apparently the TGV goes thru there but doesn't stop there?
We'd prefer the TGV, but are open to the non-TGV if it makes more sense.

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