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I am traveling with my family of 4 to the UK this summer, flying in and out of Glasgow. We are planning to travel by overnight train to Paris from Edinburgh, then break up the trip back to Glasgow with two nights in towns north of London so we could experience some of England. The train info. is somewhat confusing, and I'm wondering if we've made a mistake in trying to travel so far by train. It looks like Cambridge and York would make a logical combination, but I'm wondering if you have any other suggestions for a combination of overnight stops that would make the most sense with regard to straight-forward train routes and smaller towns that offer a good representation of England's rich cultural history. Help, please!

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