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The Jubilee Line

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THE JUBILEE LINE (R8x48) 3C (4C set) John Drewry The Reel #150

1- 8 1s dance reflection reels on own sides (in and down to start)
9-16 1s cross down to 2nd place opposite sides as 2s dance out and up to 1st place, 1s turn 2nd corners LH and ½ turn partner RH to face 3L (L on M's left)
17-24 1s dance RH across with 3L and LH across with 2M with 1s ending in BtoB in middle facing 4th corner
25-32 1s dance ½ diagonal reel of 4 with 4th corners and ½ diagonal reel with 1st corners with 1s ½ turning LH to face 2L (3M place)
33-40 1s dance RH across with 2L and LH across with 3M (1L place) with 1s ending in BtoB in middle facing 3rd corners (pstn)
41-48 1s dance ½ diagonal reel of 4 with 3rd corners and ½ diagonal reel with 4th corner (pstns), 1s end 2nd place own sides

(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)


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The Jubilee line is a line on the London Underground ("the Tube"), in the United Kingdom. It was built in two major sections - initially to Charing Cross in Central London, and later extended in 1999 to Stratford in East London.
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The Jubilee Line


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