I hear the train a’ comin’

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Check out some photo high­lights of a show per­formed by lo­cal youth.

DIANE CROCKER/THE WESTERN STAR

James Bar­rett and Keira Clarke play a fa­ther and daugh­ter in Gros Morne Sum­mer Mu­sic’s “All Aboard.” Writ­ten and di­rected by Ian Locke, the play, which opened Thurs­day, fea­tures stu­dents in the Gra­ham Academy’s mu­si­cal theatre pro­gram. “All Aboard” plays at the His­toric Train Site in Cor­ner Brook every Thurs­day and Fri­day in Au­gust at 3 p.m. and 4:15 p.m.

DIANE CROCKER/THE WESTERN STAR

Mor­gan Shaw of Ottawa was one of a num­ber of peo­ple who took in “All Aboard” at the His­toric Train Site in Cor­ner Brook on Thurs­day. The Gros Morne Sum­mer Mu­sic show takes the au­di­ence on­board the trains at the site. With two scenes run­ning at the same time the au­di­ence ro­tates through the set. Seated be­hind Shaw is Dick Tiller of Hal­i­fax, who is orig­i­nally from Cor­ner Brook.

DIANE CROCKER/THE WESTERN STAR

Maxwell Pittman (left) and Lo­gen Butt play con­duc­tors in Gros Morne Sum­mer Mu­sic’s “All Aboard.” The boys greet au­di­ence mem­bers and punch their tick­ets be­fore lead­ing them through the trains.

DIANE CROCKER/THE WESTERN STAR

Maria Veitch, a train pas­sen­ger in Gros Morne Sum­mer Mu­sic’s “All Aboard,” lis­tens as fel­low pas­sen­ger Char­lotte Guy sings dur­ing a scene in the din­ing car of the New­fie Bul­let.

DIANE CROCKER/THE WESTERN STAR

Owen Maggs plays gui­tar dur­ing a scene in “All Aboard” in the ca­boose at the His­toric Train Site in Cor­ner Brook.

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