Wednesday, December 9, 2015

To get everyone in the holiday spirit, the Yale Glee Club decided to serenade an train car full of unsuspecting passengers in Stamford, Connecticut. Read more here.

It's not everyday you get to witness a train conductor lead a glee club in impromptu song. That's exactly what happened when the Yale Glee Club hopped on a Metro-North train back to Connecticut from the Yale University Club in New York City. The conductor, Bob McDonough, also had the group on his train heading to New York City. Much to the rest of the train's delight, McDonough asked the crew to sing, of which they responded with "Carol of the Bells." Check out footage of the scene above.

Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.

To get everyone in the holiday spirit, the Yale Glee Club decided to serenade an train car full of unsuspecting passengers in Stamford, Connecticut. Read more here.

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