Rail Enthusiasts Get Married On A Train Going 125 Miles Per Hour The ceremony took place on a train between London and Birmingham. It was a dream wedding for Laura Dale and Jane Magnet — rail enthusiasts who first met on a train.

Rail Enthusiasts Get Married On A Train Going 125 Miles Per Hour

Rail Enthusiasts Get Married On A Train Going 125 Miles Per Hour

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The ceremony took place on a train between London and Birmingham. It was a dream wedding for Laura Dale and Jane Magnet — rail enthusiasts who first met on a train.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. On Tuesday, Laura Dale and Jane Magnet got married at 125 miles an hour. The ceremony was on a train between London and Birmingham.

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UNIDENTIFIED PERSON #1: You are now wife and wife.

UNIDENTIFIED PERSON #2: Congratulations.

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KING: It was a dream wedding for Laura and Jane. They're rail enthusiasts who first met on a train. Their 18 guests enjoyed a cake shaped like a train and dancing, I assume carefully, in the aisles. It's MORNING EDITION.

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