William George Elliott in a trip from Plymouth to Bere Alston - in the beginning of the 1900's
from An octogenarian's personal life story, page 6:
I did so long to travel on a train, especially on the Brunel Bridge to Saltash but that pleasure was denied me. However, the [Baptist] Church once a year had a Sunday School Outing. One year we went to Bere Alston where a field was hired for our pleasure and, wonder of wonders, it was by train. How we enjoyed that ride, though very short, and I remember singing “Good Luck to the Engine Driver”. We all, I think, enjoyed the train ride more than the sports which were provided in the field.
William George Elliott, An octogenarian's personal life story. In Brunel University Burnett Archive of Working Class Autobiographies, number 1:228, p. 6. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1533107561322 accessed: 17 January, 2022
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|'Good Luck to the Engine Driver'||performed by Children|
|Date/Time||in the beginning of the 1900's|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, indoors, in public|