This is the home page for London's Transport Choir. We are an amateur workplace choir whose main aim is to bring together colleagues from across the transport industry to sing at events and concerts. Membership is open to anyone working in or with an interest in the transport industry in London. Singers include operational staff, new graduates, office workers and retirees from both National Rail and Transport for London, and their customers, and friends of choir members.
If you'd like to participate in our activities, there are details on our NEW MEMBERSpage. Rehearsal details are on ourACTIVITIES page. Latest news can be found on our MEMBERS' BLOG page Past concerts and lots of pictures will appear on our RECENT EVENTS page, which is currently being updated.
TfL Festival of Carols - St Paul's Covent Garden - Thursday 7 December TfL Christmas Lunchtime Event - Tuesday 12 December Railstaff Carol Service - St Mary's Eversholt Street - Thursday 14 December Event at London Bridge - Monday 18 December
We took part in an event in Paris on Saturday 18 November
We performed at the TfL Awards Event at the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden on Thursday 9 November
We performed at the Epping & Ongar Railway on Sunday 23 July
WITH FRIENDS FROM THE BT LONDON CHOIR WE SANG AT A TfL EVENT ON WEDNESDAY 26 APRIL 2023
RAIL INDUSTRY MEMORIAL DAY AT YORK - THURSDAY 23 MARCH 2023
Our events in 2022 are pictured above and below.
International Women's Day Wednesday 8 March at Stratford
Rail Industry Memorial Day Event in York - Thursday 23 March
TfL Festival of Carols - Thursday 1 December: St Paul's Covent Garden - with BT London Choir Railstaff Carols Service - Thursday 15 December: St Mary-the-Virgin, Eversholt Street - with BT London Choir
We also sang carols at London Bridge on the evening of Monday 19 December by the Network Rail Organ
We performed at a TfL Awards Event on Wednesday 16 November at City Hall in East London
Our previous event was a private concert at the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden on Thursday 30 June
The choir performed at the opening ceremony at the World Congress of Rail Research in Birmingham.
Pictures courtesy of RSSB, University of Birmingham and Hi-Viz Media.
This is a screenshot of how we were featured at the WCRR closing ceremony
We were featured in an industry brochure featuring the Station to Station Jubilee - above
We sang at the opening ceremony for the Elizabeth Line - at Farringdon Station on Tuesday 24 May.
Our previous event was the TfL Bus Awards for which we recorded five songs on Tuesday 21 September. We sang Bus Stop, A Transport of Delight, Stand by Me, Don't Stop Believing' and Proud Mary.
Here are some screenshots of the event.
That was our first event in which we sang together since last Christmas but we had been doing lots of singing on line meanwhile!
A few images from our 2020 Carol Service at St Martin-in-the-Fields. The complete service can be seen at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLpNT5nrO2A. The viewing figures were : total live viewers: 450; total views since live stream has ended (you can still watch the stream on TfL's social channels): 5,514.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HELP PAY FOR THE COST OF OUR REHEARSALS FOR THESE EVENTS, GO TO OUR GOFUNDME PAGE AT gf.me/u/y87f4i
Some screenshots from the video
Zoom Sessions were running regularly from late March 2020 to July 2021 You don't have to wear a hat .....
The Choir 'at rehearsal' earlier in 2020
Merel conducting the choir at TfL's International Women's' Day event on Thursday 5 March 2020
The choir at our Railstaff Service at St Mary's Eversholt Street in December 2019 - Euston. Photo - courtesy Paul Bigland.
The Choir, soloist Millie, and our new member, Sam's Steel Band, at St Martin-in-the-Fields, on Wednesday 11 December 2019
SINGING AT OUR EVENT TO COMMEMORATE THE LIFE OF MICHAEL KEYTE AT ST LEONARD'S SHOREDITCH IN OCTOBER 2019
This website was set up in December 2017, by Michael Woods, webmaster. It was last updated on 28 November 2023 For more information about this website, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org For information about the choir, email us at TransportChoirLondon@gmail.com