Rusty: Never mind him, Peter Sam. He'd be frightened if he really saw a ghost.
Alec Baldwin: This gave Peter Sam's driver an idea.
Peter Sam's Driver: Let's play a trick on Duncan.
Alec Baldwin: The next day he spoke to Duncan's driver and fireman who agreed.
Duncan's Driver: We'll do it tonight," they said.
Alec Baldwin: Duncan had to take coal cars to the slate mine and then bring cars back. Duncan's driver decided as part of a plan to cross the old iron bridge.
Duncan: Haunted bridge, rubbish!
Alec Baldwin: Snorted Duncan.
Duncan: It's as tame as a pet rabbit's.
Alec Baldwin: But all the same, he kept thinking about Rusty's story. When dusk fell, he was keen to leave.
Duncan: If we don't go now, Skarloey will take my favorite place in the shed.
Duncan's Driver: We have to collect our cars first.
Alec Baldwin: His driver replied. He could see their plan was working because Duncan was nervous. When night fell, they set off. The moon was full and the mists were rising around the old iron bridge. Duncan whistled and the sound echoed everywhere. Then, ahead he saw flickering lights. His driver knew that they were only little insects that shine brightly at night but to Duncan they looked like an engine. Next, his driver secretly threw a rock from the cab into the ravine below.
Duncan: It's the ghost! Take me back! Take me back, please!
Alec Baldwin: When Duncan reached the safety of his shed, he closed his eyes tightly.
Duncan's Driver: Spooked are you, Duncan?
Alec Baldwin: Laughed his driver.
Duncan: Noooo!" wailed Duncan. "I'm asleep!
Alec Baldwin: And refused to open his eyes. He did though when he thought his driver wasn't looking just to make sure that he was still there.