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In 1971 Dave Goulder, a former railway worker turned songwriter, released an LP entitled 'Requiem For Steam'. It followed the closure of great swathes of the UK railway sytem and the passing of steam locomotives. Some 17 years later he produced a follow-up, The Man Who Put The Engine In The Chip Shop' which was a much more positive affair following the setting up of many steam preservation groups. This CD combines the two LPs and is enhanced with actuality railway recordings.

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Tracks
Race To The North; Station People; The Settle & Carlisle; Ais Gill; Snow Train; The Man Who Put The Engine In The Chip Shop; Last Train; Eight Freight Blues; In The Sidings Now; Big Bertha; The Dinosaur The Railway Left Behind; Narrow Gauge; Requiem; I’d like to Be A Lengthman; The Money Doesn’t Go Very Far; Turntable Song; Long Narrow Shovel; Ivor The Driver; Shut-down Of The Pinxton Line; Green All The Way; Black Five; The Day We Run Away; Footplate Song; Pinwherry Dip; Father Doesn’t Fancy Work At All.

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