25 May 2004


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It was my fault - I admit it! I shouldn't have put the choir in the area through which the conductor
needed to pass to get to the door controls. But after that initial hiccup everything went really well
and - as usual - we were treated to some impressive singing by the Sheffield Folk Chorale.

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After the initial confusion the choir gets into action on the train.
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Graham gets things under way whilst the bar staff copes with demand.
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Continuing the religious theme with
John Barleycorn!
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The sopranos are packed in . . .
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. . . with the tenors against the bar.
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Graham on his perch and an appreciative audience.
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Concentrating on his bass part.
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A welcome breather during the break.
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The choir was in in fine voice . . .
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. . . with Graham in control.
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A packed platform at Edale as the return train approaches . . .
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. . . and a packed train with the choir next to the driver again.


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Graham hangs on to keep his perch as the Class 142 suspension reacts to the track!
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A final performance in the staion foyer - now something of a tradition!



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