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Gordon Goes Foreign

Plot

  • When a foreign engine visits, an argument ensues between him, Gordon, and Duck over, of all things, the name of London's big station. Gordon wants to find out, but isn't allowed to pass Barrow. However, when the engine taking the Express to the mainland derails, Gordon jumps at the chance to take the train, and the next day Sir Topham Hatt reads in the paper that Gordon received a hero's welcome. However, when he returns, Gordon is upset, having discovered that it's St. Pancras!

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Gordon, Duck, James, the Big City Engine and Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Cameos by

Little Old Twins

Plot

  • Some men are coming to look at the line, and Peter Sam and Sir Handel remember that people did that on their old line and that it was later sold. The engines are miserable, until Peter Sam's driver tells them the men are television producers who will be filming the engines. Everyone is happy again, except Sir Handel, who tries to weasel out by playing sick again; Sir Topham Hatt simply asks his crew to take him apart to show the producers how an engine works. Peter Sam is given the honour of pulling the television equipment, and, after a circuit around the line, stops to film Skarloey making a speech. To everyone's surprise, Skarloey reveals that he has a twin, Talyllyn, and that he met him while being repaired.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Skarloey, Rheneas and The Mountain Engine

Plot

  • Rheneas tells a grumpy Sir Handel that he should be grateful that he doesn't work on a mountain railway. Sir Handel doesn't believe such a thing exists, and an argument ensues until Donald arrives with Culdee, a queer-looking mountain engine. When Culdee wakes up, he tells the little engines about his line, and an adventure he had on the first day.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Skarloey, Rheneas, Sir Handel, Culdee, Donald and Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Cameos by Gordon.
  • Non-speaking roles by Catherine.

A Bad Look-Out For Godred

Plot

  • Duncan is in a bad mood, so Skarloey and Rheneas change the conversation by asking Culdee about his coaches. The conversation soon drifts to Culdee's automatic brakes, and the story of Godred, an engine who held too much faith in his automatic brakes. Even though everyone tried everything, they found nothing wrong, but Godred continued in his way. Then one day, Godred fell off the rails and was sent to the back of the shed, where he was cannibalised for his parts. Sir Handel and Duncan are scared and remain silent, but Skarloey and Rheneas don't mention the tale was made up.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Skarloey, Rheneas, Sir Handel, Duncan, Culdee, Godred and Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Non-speaking roles by Catherine.
  • Cameos by Henry and James.

Danger Points

Plot

  • Donald brings Culdee home, where he discovers that three new engines have arrived - Alaric, Eric and Lord Harry, the last of which is loud and risk-taking. The next day, Culdee makes fun of Lord Harry's "super-heat" and Lord Harry determines to pay him out. Unluckily, he derails at the summit, preventing Wilfred from taking his "down" train. Lord Harry is sent to the back of the Shed in disgrace.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Donald, Culdee, Catherine, Alaric, Eric, Lord Harry, Wilfred and Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Cameos by

Devil's Back

Plot

  • Lord Harry is punished by having his name taken away and, after hearing Culdee's story of Godred, asks the Manager to be let out. The Manager agrees, but forbids him from pulling passenger trains, so #6 is kept taking supplies and workmen to Summit Hotel. One day, he is preparing to continue up Devil's Back, a difficult part of the line, when a message arrives about a group of injured climbers, and #6 is sent to rescue them. Despite the strong wind, #6 perseveres and the leader of the climbers asks the Manager to rename #6 after a friend who helped him when he was injured. Nowadays, #6 is known as Patrick and only takes risks when absolutely necessary.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Crosspatch

Plot

  • Nancy is polishing Skarloey, but Skarloey calls her a fusspot. Nancy replies by calling him a crosspatch. Skarloey remembers he once was a crosspatch, and tells Nancy the story... Skarloey was built in 1864 and sent to Sodor on a ship the following year. After being lowered to a lowloader using the ship's derricks, he was taken to Crovan's Gate by an ugly but kind engine named Neil. The people there weren't used to engines, and it was dark by the time he was on the rails. The next morning, he was told to take some trucks, but he wanted to pull coaches. The manager, Mr. Mack, and some workmen came and tried to make him steam, but he refused to do anything, day after day. Eventually, they got tired and covered him up with a tarpaulin. Nancy says it served Skarloey right, but a crowd which has come to listen tells him to go on...

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Bucking Bronco

Plot

  • At last, Mr. Mack came and Skarloey said sorry. Mr. Mack told him that Mr. Bobbie, an engineer who helped build Skarloey, had come, and Skarloey worked hard to finish the line before the inspector arrived. When Rheneas first arrived he was a sensible engine, unlike Skarloey, who was bouncy and excited. When Skarloey was told to pull the directors' train, Rheneas told him to be careful, but Skarloey scoffed at him and got the coaches. The coaches had never met him before, and didn't trust him. When Skarloey began to bounce, Mr. Mack, who was riding on Skarloey, closed the regulator too quickly and the coaches bumped into each other. They bumped him back, and Mr. Mack was knocked into a bush. He rode in Beatrice for the remainder of the journey. The directors were cross, and told Rheneas to pull the inspector's train instead. The inspector was satisfied, but told the directors to give Skarloey an extra set of wheels...

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Stick-in-the-Mud

Plot

  • Rheneas starts telling the rest of the story. When Skarloey returned with another pair of wheels and a cab, the coaches were impressed and Skarloey got conceited. When he told Rheneas he should get a cab, Rheneas disagreed. Skarloey called him a stick-in-the-mud, and the argument went on until the two fell out. Then, one morning, Skarloey was taking the workmen to the quarry in the rain. When Rheneas was warming up, the guard arrived and told them Skarloey was stuck in a landslide. Rheneas refused to help at first, but went when reminded of the workmen and crew. Afterwards, Skarloey apologised, and they burst out laughing when they realised Skarloey was the stick-in-the-mud after all.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Duck and Dukes

Plot

  • Duck tells Peter Sam that there are no Dukes, having all been scrapped, and Peter Sam, who remembered Sir Topham Hatt said the Duke of Sodor was coming to Skarloey and Rheneas' hundredth birthday, is horrified, and when he tells the others, they argue over who is right. (Peter Sam may have been thinking of Duke from the Mid Sodor Railway, but we don't know Sir Handel's reaction.) But the next day, the engines are happy when they wake up, for it's Skarloey and Rheneas' birthday. Later, Peter Sam takes the television train and films Rheneas. After Skarloey returns, having taken the Duke round the loopline, the Duke makes a speech, during which Peter Sam interrupts and asks him if he is real. The Duke tells him he is, and Rheneas makes a speech asking everyone to visit his and Skarloey's respective twin brothers, Talyllyn and Dolgoch.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Duck, Peter Sam, Skarloey, Rheneas, Duke and Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Cameos by Sir Handel, Rusty and Duncan.

Ballast

Plot

  • New ballast is being laid in the trackbed. Donald and Douglas bring it from a line that starts at Tidmouth, and all they will say is "verra wee engines" bring it down from the hills. Duck is curious and asks to take some cars along the line. There, he meets a small green engine called Rex, who tells him about the "chute" that loads his cars. The next time Duck visits, Rex introduces him to two other engines, Bert and Mike. When Duck discovers that they don't have any passengers yet, he leaves, promising to bring some for them.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Tit For Tat

Plot

  • Bert's driver tells the engines that two clergymen are coming to take pictures of them and put them in a book. Bert thinks he will be physically stuck in a book, and is apprehensive, but cheers up when he meets them. However, he gets cross again when they don't wave at him while taking pictures, and the final straw is when they accidentally drench him with muddy water when they pass him in their car. Bert plans revenge, and at a hilly part he creates steam, soaking his driver and Sir Topham Hatt, who was riding in the cab. But later, after both parties make up, Bert tells the others they will be in the book along with him.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Mike's Whistle

Plot

  • Duck's whistle is faulty after his crew used his fire to cook eggs, and Mike makes fun of him, saying "engines without whistles aren't engines at all". The others tease Mike about his whistle, and when he blows off steam he is chosen to take the passenger train. Mike is furious and is in a bad temper all day. When a cow strays onto the line, Mike tries to 'shoo' her away by whistling, but all that happens is that his whistle shoots off into the sky. Everyone tries looking for it, but to no avail, and they have to make the whistling noises for him. Mike is sent to work at the quarry for the rest of the day, and to top it off Bert and Rex tease him again in the shed.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Useful Railway

Plot

  • After an encounter with a flock of sheep, Mike calls them silly and can't understand why Rex calls them useful. Sir Topham Hatt arrives and tells them they are now arranging to take wool trains for farmers. Rex is chosen to take the first train. Rex is over-confident, but gets his comeuppance when a tractor's load spills onto the line, derailing him. Bert and Mike tease him, but say sorry when they come to take him home, and Sir Topham Hatt tells them the railway is more popular than ever.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Super Rescue

Plot

  • Two diesels, 7101 and 199, arrive. 7101 is friendly, but 199 is rude, saying diesels are more reliable than steam engines. Later, Henry is riding home tender-first, his regulator jammed, and meets 199 with a train of oil-tankers at a signalbox. 199, ironically, has failed, and so does 7101 after his ejector leaks and he is unable to pull his passenger train. Henry, with some help from 7101, still able to move, bravely takes 199, the oil-tankers and the passengers to the next station. Duck, to the delight of the passengers, takes the passenger train, while Donald takes the goods. 199 is sent away in disgrace and Henry helps 7101 to the shed.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Henry, Spamcan, Bear, James, Duck and Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Cameos by Thomas, Edward, BoCo and Percy.

Stop Thief!

Plot

  • The conductor tells Thomas' crew that the stationmaster's house was burgled the previous night, and his gardening trophies and new car were stolen. Thomas is later puffing through the valley when he sees a car very much like the stationmaster's one and warns his crew, who identify the driver and passenger as the thieves. At the next signalbox, they throw the fireman's lunch box, with a note inside, to a signalman. The thieves are stopped at a roadblock, the trophies and car are recovered undamaged, and Sir Topham Hatt arrives at Ffarquhar to congratulate Thomas and his crew.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Triple-Header

Plot

  • One day after pulling the Express, Gordon feels tired and Thomas replies by telling him to become a tank engine. Later, it is discovered Gordon needs new tubes. Henry is told to pull the Express, but one day he gets sick too. Thomas, Percy and Duck are the only engines available, so they're coupled up. On Gordon's Hill, Percy runs out of steam. They're unable to uncouple him, so they try to struggle to the Works. Duck breaks down just outside the station, and Thomas, unable to take the train himself, stops. Gordon, who watched the whole scene from his siding, makes heavy breathing noises at Thomas.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator; Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Thomas, Gordon, Percy, Duck and Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Cameos by James, BoCo, Skarloey and Peter Sam.
  • Non-speaking roles by Henry.

Old Stuck-Up

Plot

  • BoCo is showing a visiting Diesel around the line. When the Diesel finds he is to share a shed with steam engines, he is disgusted and insults them, leading James to nickname him "Old Stuck-Up". The Diesel sleeps outside the shed, and, when he wakes up the next day, remembers he has to refuel and be cleaned. In the part of the shed where BoCo and Bear sleep is a cleaning stop. The Diesel decides to use it, but goes forward too quickly, slips on the oily rails and crashes into the back of the shed.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by BoCo, Bear, James, Henry and Old Stuck Up.
  • Cameos by Duck, Thomas, Gordon, Percy and Toby.

Crossed Lines

Plot

  • The engines are fed up with James' complaining about Diesels having two cabs and boasting about his importance. He becomes worse than ever when he has to take a goods train one misty day. James has to whistle to alert the signalman to switch the points, but another engine whistles first and the confused signalman switches the points as a wellwagon is going over them, causing it to go sideways into a signal.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Fire-Engine

Plot

  • During a discussion about paint one night, Henry remarks he is thankful he doesn't look like a fire-engine, like James, but James makes a crafty rejoinder and the joke turns to Henry. Henry, furious, broods over paying James out and bangs around so much the coupling on his tender breaks, with the movement knocking part of Henry's fire onto the line. Edward comes to take Henry's train and tells the others. James notes that Henry has never made comments about fire engines since.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Deep Freeze

Plot

  • One wintery day, James takes on too much water at Crovan's Gate and his injector fails. A Diesel comes to the rescue, and although James feels humiliated at first, he quickly befriends the Diesel and has since never made fun of Diesels.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Patience Is A Virtue

Plot

  • Sir Handel is delighted to have been chosen to visit the Talyllyn Railway, but cannot leave until Duke's restoration has been completed. When summer comes, Sir Handel's trains become longer. One day at the waterfall there are not enough coaches and some passengers have to crowd in Beatrice. Sir Handel becomes impatient waiting for the guard to check all the tickets, and when he can finally go Sir Handel leaves without the conductor. Luckily, a passenger presses Beatrice's emergency buzzer and Sir Handel realises his mistake. Sir Handel collects the guard and races home, and arrives at Crovan's Gate on time, where the conductor reminds him "patience is a virtue".

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Sir Handel, Skarloey, Gordon and Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Cameos by Peter Sam.
  • Non-speaking roles by Duke.

Peter Sam and The Prickly Problem

Plot

  • Men have been trimming bushes so the passengers can see the scenery, but Rusty does not have enough time to pick up the branches and so they remain where they are. One day, Peter Sam sees some branches on the line, and, not wanting to miss James' train, recklessly ploughs through. Unfortunately, they become jammed in his valve gear and although the worst is cut out Peter Sam's front feels very sore for several days afterwards.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Peter Sam, Rusty and James.
  • Cameos by

Pop-Special

Plot

  • Some scouts are camping near the Skarloey Railway and the scoutmaster arranges for them to do work on the line. One sweltering day, Duncan is stopped by the scoutmaster, who is afraid the Scouts will become cross if they do not get their soda. The Refreshment Lady has run out of soda, but another tea-shop has enough to spare, and Duncan delivers the soda to the grateful scouts.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Duncan, The Refreshment Lady and The Scouts.
  • Cameos by Thomas, Skarloey, Rheneas, Peter Sam, Rusty and Duke.
  • Mentioned by Mr. Hugh.

Sir Handel Comes Home

Plot

  • Sir Handel returns from the Talyllyn and tells the engines about his adventures. Some members of the royal family came to visit during his stay, and although Sir Handel didn't get to pull their train he did get to pull a party of wedding guests. When Peter Sam talks about his incident with the branches Sir Handel remembers a similar incident: he was puffing to Nant Gwernol when a fallen tree hit him in the face. Although his eye was not badly hurt, his crew made a huge fuss about it and even went so far as to bandage his eye and give him an eyepatch! Sir Handel loved his trip, but was glad to be home.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Skarloey, Rheneas, Sir Handel, Peter Sam and Duke.
  • Cameos by Duncan, Sir Topham Hatt and Jem Cole.
  • Non-speaking roles by Talyllyn.

Drip Tank

Plot

  • Percy wants to make things up with Thomas, but when he gets scratched by a branch Thomas is rude and Percy decides against it. Later, Percy asks Toby what a drip is, having heard a boy call his friend one at the platform, but Thomas interrupts and tells Percy he's a drip. Thomas soon gets his comeuppance when his side rod snaps and punctures his watertank on his way home. When Percy goes to help him, Thomas feels ashamed and apologises to Percy.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Thomas, Percy and Toby.
  • Cameos by Henry, Gordon, James and Duck.
  • Set during Season 5.

High-Speed Gordon

Plot

  • Gordon is jealous when Donald talks about high-speed engines and boasts that he can go faster. He sets out to prove it when he takes the Express. Unfortunately, Gordon slips on the slippery rails and the water in his boiler surges forwards, making him unable to stop creating steam even though he can't move forward. Donald takes him back to the shed after he runs out of steam and the rails Gordon was running on are replaced.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Gordon and Donald.
  • Cameos by Thomas, James, Duck, Toby and Edward.

Smokescreen

Plot

  • Gordon feels "stuffed up" and sneezes at Wellsworth, unfortunately spraying soot onto a party of wedding guests. Sir Topham Hatt delays a visit to the mainland to apologise to the guests, but to wait for another train to get home, when Gordon steams back past and some ashes fall onto his top hat. When Gordon gets home an inspector comes up with a message telling Gordon that he will be disciplined when Sir Topham Hatt returns.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Fire Escape

Plot

  • Gordon, trying to make amends, is rushing at his hill when a firebar collapses. Thinking quickly, the driver tells the fireman to put a large piece of coal over the hole. Gordon manages to struggle to a loop, and BoCo comes to help. Sir Topham Hatt thanks BoCo and is about to say something to Gordon when he has to go to his train, leaving Gordon in suspense.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Gordon Proves His Point

Plot

  • Gordon is at Barrow-in-Furness when a porter asks him to take a train of enthusiasts up to Carlisle. Sir Topham Hatt gives his consent, and two powercars called Pip and Emma take the Express back to Tidmouth. James, who is taking a stopping train, is asked to help Pip and Emma after Pip breaks down. At Tidmouth, Sir Topham Hatt thanks James and asks him to make Pip and Emma welcome. When Gordon returns, Sir Topham Hatt forgives him for his smokescreen and tells him that the ashes came from an ashtray being emptied by a steward. Gordon takes the passengers home.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Mavis and The Lorry

Plot

  • Mavis is bringing trucks down from Anopha Quarry when she sees a lorry at the crossing. The driver, who is new to Sodor and doesn't expect to see an engine, has his lorry turned over into a ditch when it collides with Mavis. Although the driver is unharmed, Mavis' cowcatcher is bent, and while she is being mended Toby is sent to work at the quarry.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Mavis, Toby, Lorry Driver and Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Non-speaking roles by Percy.
  • Mentioned by Thomas.

Toby Takes The Road

Plot

  • Toby is going to the quarry one frosty morning. At the crossing, the earth has swelled over the rails, derailing Toby and creating two long ruts in the road nearby. With some quick thinking on the fireman's part Toby gets back on the rails, and his crew spread some of his ashes to prevent that incident from happening again. Sir Topham Hatt soon finds out, but all he says is that Toby should stick to the railway.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Scrambled Eggs

Plot

  • Sir Topham Hatt has to make a weight limit on one of the bridges on Thomas' Branch Line. Thomas exceeds it, so he is sent to Edward's Branch Line. Edward decides to try to cheer him up by taking him to meet Bill and Ben, but they only make him cross. Meanwhile, a farmer is taking some dairy to market when his lorry breaks down. He is calling for help when Thomas crashes into the trailer, getting covered in broken eggs. Even though his crew tries to clean them off, they are cooked by the heat from Thomas' boiler and stick fast. When Thomas finally arrives at Brendam, Bill and Ben tease him even more.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

What A Picture!

Plot

  • After Edward threatens the twins that he will not bring some enthusiasts to see them if they continue teasing Thomas, they start behaving again. On the big day, a ship runs aground and Ben goes to try and pull it into deeper waters before the tide goes out. The enthusiasts go to watch, except for a man who continuously takes pictures of Bill. He sets up his camera for the best one yet when Ben's driver comes along asking for help and Bill's driver turns a tap, creating a huge cloud of steam. After helping Ben, Bill and his driver discover the photo lying discarded on the ground, for only Bill's funnel is showing.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Trevor Helps Out

Plot

  • Trevor is feeling under the weather with some boiler trouble, but is able to saw a fallen tree in a field. Meanwhile, Edward, who is passing by, finds the rails bumpy, and decides to tell the breakdown gang. He forgets, and is returning to Brendam when his last few freight cars derail. Edward doesn't realise this, but Trevor hears the conductor's whistle and cries out to Edward. As a reward for preventing a potential accident, Sir Topham Hatt arranges for Trevor to be repaired.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Down The Drain

Plot

  • Near the China Clay Workings is a dip in the land which is often flooded with water from the nearby sea. One wet day, Ben is taking some trucks to Brendam when the strong wind blows a wave into the cab, dousing his fire. His fireman gets Thomas for help, and he pulls Ben away from the water. When Bill is able to return from the quarry a few days later, he and Ben make a pact to never tease Thomas again.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

We Need Another Engine

Plot

  • Small Railway Engines has just been published, but Sir Topham Hatt, unaware of Frank the diesel's presence on the Aresdale Railway, did not include him, much to Frank's fury. Frank refuses to start the next morning, and when he does, he jerks into the back of the shed. Frank feels ashamed, but redeems himself later when Rex's steampipe leaks and he has to rescue Rex's train. Sir Topham Hatt is pleased, but doesn't want Frank to have to do all the rescue work and starts thinking...

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Sticking Power

Plot

  • Bert is feeling under the weather; Rex and Mike are very unsympathetic. The problem is attributed to his tubes, but Bert cheers up when the fitter tells him that a new engine is being built. Bert makes good time, but when he starts again his coupling breaks. The driver has an idea and glues Bert to the coaches with glue. In the shed, Bert tells the others of his adventure and goes to sleep after teasing the others about not having "sticking-power".

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Jock

Plot

  • Bert lets the others in on his secret. A few weeks later, the unnamed engine, who is ochre in colour, comes out for testing. When Douglas sees the engine, he recalls some engines in the Highlands with that colour who were called "Jocks". The engine is delighted, and the happy Sir Topham Hatt christens the engine "Jock".

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Teamwork

Plot

  • By the time the holiday months come again, Jock has proven his worth and becomes cocky, more so when he single-handely moves a lorries trailer into the yard. Next day, Mike is surprised to find Jock is double-heading with him due to popular demand. Mike has an idea, and his driver gradually shuts off steam, leaving Jock to do the work. At the Green, Mike's injector fails, giving Jock another reason to pull Mike. In the end, little time is lost, and Jock and Mike apologise for their antics.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Thomas and The Museum-Piece

Plot

  • Gordon, Henry and James are furious to discover Thomas has been chosen to represent the North Western Railway at a railway show in York, but Thomas is delighted, and at last leaves Sodor to travel to the mainland. However, his run is soon cut short when the lock on a crossing gate breaks and the wind blows it across the track; Thomas is unable to stop in time and crashes into the gate, damaging his front and making him unable to continue by rail.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Not The Ticket

Plot

  • A lorry is arranged to take Thomas to York, and although Thomas is mortified he cannot complain when he gets to travel through the countryside from a different point of view. However, the lorry driver doesn't know the way to the National Railway Museum, and, after parking the lorry in the wrong place to find a telephone, a traffic warden gives the disgruntled lorry driver a parking ticket!

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Trouble On The Line

Plot

  • The damage to Thomas' bufferbeam is fixed in the museum's workshop, where he befriends a kindly engine named "Green Arrow". Thomas is later put onto a special line with barriers put up beside. The first day goes without a problem, but near closing time the next day a bag is thrown onto the line and when Thomas brakes to avoid hitting it, a child is frightened by the steam and his furious mother leaves to complain to the manager. Thomas is upset, more so when it's found his brakes are damaged from the collision, but his crew are happy that the crowds may have learnt a lesson from the incident - engines can't stop at once.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Thomas and The Railtour

Plot

  • A special railtour is going to the seaside and Thomas is delighted when Green Arrow is chosen to pull the trains. When Green Arrow comes back he tells the others of the amount of visitors, and as extra trains are an impossibility extra coaches are added, and Thomas is allowed to double-head the train. On the return run, Thomas sees the ground ahead has been eroded by a nearby river and warns Green Arrow to stop. Buses take the passengers home, but Thomas and Green Arrow are able to make it across the rails safely. When Sir Topham Hatt comes to visit a few days later, he and the museum director present Thomas with a special plaque and make him an honorary member of the National Railway Museum.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Snow Problem

Plot

  • A snowfall on the Other Railway delays the diesel connecting with the Express, making Gordon late at Knapford. While Daisy waits for him, the blizzard blows over Sodor, covering everything in a blanket of white snow. Daisy is unconcerned and sets off, but the snowdrifts are too much for Daisy and she has to go back. Unluckily, the snow blocks her air-intake and Harold has to take her passengers to Dryaw, but he cannot do anything for Daisy and by the time the snow melts a week later, Daisy has a different opinion about snow.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Gordon and Daisy.
  • Cameos by Edward.
  • Non-speaking roles by Percy, Toby, Mavis and Harold.
  • Mentioned by Thomas.

Washout!

Plot

  • After the snow melts, the water level in a stream near Hackenback rises to dangerous levels, and Percy is worried. Toby brings news that the water level is dropping, to Percy's relief. Later, Henry jokes Thomas may actually be kept at the National Railway Museum, and Annie and Clarabel are so upset Percy is late after soothing them; matters aren't helped when he has to take on water at Elsbridge. Percy is later crossing the bridge when he hears an ominous creaking, and no sooner has he crossed it than it is swept away. The line is closed while the bridge is mended, and although things are back to normal after its rebuilding, Percy has always been careful while crossing it.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Percy, Toby, Henry, Annie and Clarabel.
  • Cameos by
  • Non-speaking roles by Daisy.
  • Mentioned by Thomas.

Toby's Megatrain

Plot

  • Toby does the shunting at Knapford Harbour while Percy takes Annie and Clarabel. There are many trucks, and Toby is worried he may run out of water at some stage. One morning Mavis is unwell and is late to deliver her freight cars, and so Toby eventually racks up a load of forty-eight cars. Toby, forgetting his small tank and the uphill journey, decides to pull all forty-eight cars at once, and at Elsbridge he discovers the watertower is empty. Toby's driver says they'll have to go fishing like Thomas, but he's only joking and Toby goes to Ffarquhar to take on water, then runs back to take the freight cars.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Toby, Mavis, Thomas and Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Cameos by

Thomas Comes Home

Plot

  • George is doing repairs on a road near the railway, and threatens Daisy to flatten her rails. The engines aren't sure whether to call his bluff, but all thoughts of George are expelled when they hear Thomas is returning in a week. On the great day, Daisy sets off with a special train, but at the crossing a traffic cone is blown under her wheels by the wind, jamming her brakes. A fitter works swiftly to repair the damage, and Daisy arrives just in time to see Thomas puff proudly in.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Out of Puff

Plot

  • The North Western Railway starts using a new type of coal, which creates more ashes and gives the engines indigestion. One day, Henry cannot make it past Wellsworth. Henry's crew discover his smokebox door is bent, so they make papier mache to fix the gap. Henry gets home safely, but Donald and Douglas tease him by making breathless noises in the shed that night.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Overhaul

Plot

  • Henry is due for an overhaul, so Sir Topham Hatt arranges for him to double-head the Express with James to Crovan's Gate. James is apprehensive but feels better after they make good time up Gordon's Hill - up to the point where things begin flying from Henry, hitting James and the coaches. No one is hurt, but the crews find that a steel rim from Henry's wheel has fallen off. James, trying to make light of the situation, jokes that Henry needs to be "retired".

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Sliding Scales

Plot

  • With Henry away, the others take turns at pulling the "The Flying Kipper". It's James' turn and he's in a bad mood. He grudgingly sets off to Tidmouth harbour, but just before he starts, a forklift spills its load onto the rails and fish goes everywhere. It is picked up, but the oil from the fish makes James slip helplessly. It's not until men hose the rails and put sand on them that James can move again.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Henry Sees Red

Plot

  • Henry is almost ready to return to work, but the workmen have to put an undercoat of red paint on him. Before they can put green on top, an emergency at Tidmouth forces Henry to take the Express. The brakes on the last coach stops them at Wellsworth, spoiling their chances of a good run at Gordon's Hill, and Henry has to uncouple it himself. Henry, however, is determined, and when he makes it to Vicarstown on time Sir Topham Hatt rewards him with his normal green coat.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Percy's Porridge

Plot

  • Donald and Douglas are exhausted, so Sir Topham Hatt arranges to borrow an engine, Wilbert, from the Dean Forest Railway. Percy is disappointed to hear Wilbert may not come to Thomas' Branch Line but forgets it when the weather becomes cold and wet. One day at Elsbridge, the stationmaster and a porter are stacking poorly-sealed sacks of oatmeal on the platform. When Percy comes in, some sacks fall on the ground, scattering oatmeal everywhere. Percy runs into the sacks and is covered in the resulting glop, and Wilbert is quickly re-routed to Thomas' branchline to take Percy's place.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Cab Over Wheels

Plot

  • Wilbert's first job is at the lead mines. Thomas warns him to follow the rules, but Wilbert, who once worked in a colliery, knows what to do and proceeds to tell the engines the story of Sixteen, a bored engine who worked at a steelworks taking trucks of slag to a place called the "tip". Sixteen wanted to go past a "danger" board and, despite several warnings not to, managed to do so one wet day, attributing it to the freight cars. Sixteen's fireman was told to shunt him back, but it was too late: some unsafe rails tilted and Sixteen landed on his side on the ground. He was sent to the shed in disgrace, but, luckily for him, he was bought and now works in the Midlands.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Foaming At The Funnel

Plot

  • There is a dairy at Toryreck. Wilbert is given the job of taking milk tankers to Knapford each morning. One day, he spends too much time talking to James at Knapford, and has to take on water at the dairy. Unfortunately, he stops at the wrong hosepipe and instead of water being poured into his tank, milk flows in! Thomas takes him back to Ffarquhar, and Wilbert's tank is emptied out.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Wired-Up

Plot

  • Percy returns and Wilbert is sent to Duck's Branch Line, where Duck, Oliver and the small engines make him welcome. One day, Wilbert is taking some ballast trucks to Tidmouth when the coupling gear on a freight car falls off. Thinking quickly, Wilbert borrows a coil of wire and has it looped around the hole and his coupling. Wilbert gets home safely, and when it's time for Wilbert to return to the Dean Forest Railway Sir Topham Hatt has no doubts about him.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Birdstrike

Plot

  • Sir Topham Hatt tells the delighted engines that they will be celebrating the Golden Jubilee of the Railway Series this year. Gordon wants to pull the special train for the occasion, but Sir Topham Hatt has borrowed Pip and Emma to pull the train. Gordon has no time to be upset though, because he has to leave to pull the Express. Near Henry's Tunnel, some crows are flying close to the railway. When Gordon startles them with his whistle, the birds fly too close to him, and with a bump the brakes suddenly come on. The crew eventually find a bird knocked the seal off Gordon's front brakepipe, and the train sets off again, but no one forgets the incident, and tease Gordon about it.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Edward and The Cabbages

Plot

  • James is late one day and Edward hurries to make up time. Edward notes his front feels wobbly, and as they pass a cabbage patch one of Edward's bogie wheels snaps off and disappears. Nothing is said of the accident, but a surprised farmer later discovers Edward's wheel in his cabbage patch.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Rabbits

Plot

  • Rabbits have been burrowing under the stretch before Dryaw, and Sir Topham Hatt imposes a ten mp/h limit on the stretch until something is sorted out. The day before the decision is put into effect, Thomas is puffing across the stretch when a rail tilts and he comes off. Percy takes Annie and Clarabel home and after the workmen lift Thomas up with jacks to put rails underneath, Percy pulls him back to Knapford.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Golden Jubilee

Plot

  • Henry is depressed and claims the Golden Jubilee will be a disaster. However, by the time the big day comes Thomas' Branch Line and Edward's wheels are both repaired and Edward is chosen to clear the line for Pip and Emma. Unluckily, Edward and the branchline engines are about to leave Knapford when a cobweb short-cicuits the signalbox. They are flagged through, and the ceremony goes without a hitch, with the guest of honour, the Royal Personage, declaring the engines to be a credit to Sir Topham Hatt.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Speedkiller

Plot

  • Rusty is given the tedious job of spraying weedkiller on the rails. Meanwhile, Rheneas has to fetch another coach after a huge influx of visitors, making him late. He has to slow down at a steep hill for some hedgecutters too, spoiling his chances of a good run at it. Because of the weedkiller, Rheneas eventually grinds to a halt and slips down the hill. His crew put sand on the rails and Rheneas makes his way up. Though the passengers have little time to enjoy the scenery at the lake, they are pleased with Rheneas' brave efforts.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Sir Handel's Plan

Plot

  • Sir Handel is jealous when Peter Sam is brought back from Wales especially to help with the engine shortage, and when he is convinced he sees Peter Sam grinning at him from the shed he is furious and deliberately knocks his firebars loose, resulting in his being sent to the shed. However, as the days pass and no one comes, Sir Handel worries he will stay there forever. When Sir Topham Hatt finally comes in one day, Sir Handel confesses and Sir Topham Hatt, thinking quickly, thanks Sir Handel for admitting his mistake and arranges for him to receive some new firebars, which, he neglects to tell him, had only been delivered that morning.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Sir Handel, Peter Sam, Skarloey and Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Cameos by Rusty.

Dirty Water

Plot

  • Peter Sam tells Kathy and Lizzie, two young holidaymakers, a story about the water on the Talyllyn Railway. He remembered that something was put to the water to enhance its flavour, but one day he found it awful. His crew were unconcerned, but when he started from a station, a spray of filthy white sludge was blasted out of his funnel. Talyllyn took his train, but unfortunately for him, he had to stay on a siding for the visitors. It was later discovered too much of the special powder was put in the water, and he later got a good washout. Kathy and Lizzie find the story hilarious, and leave the shed in a fit of giggles.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

I Name This Engine...

Plot

  • All the gossip on the Skarloey Railway is about the identity of the new engine, but even the details of the naming ceremony are being kept under covers. At last, the day comes and Skarloey is chosen to pull a special train to collect the guests and pull them back to Crovan's Gate. However, on the way back a sow and her piglets stray onto the line, and the guests have to capture them and put them in their field. The train is late, but at last they arrive at the ceremony, and when Mr. Hugh does the naming he is amazed and honoured to discover the engine has been named in his honour.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Overloaded

Plot

  • Bertie is ill and Henrietta has to carry the workmen to the quarry all by herself, but there's not enough room and some have to crowd on Henrietta's balcony. A policeman sees the event while cycling past, and the next day visits the quarry manager to inform him of a by-law forbidding passengers to be carried on coaches' balconies. Both the manager and Sir Topham Hatt have no ideas, but a few days later Thomas' driver sees an old coach in a garden near Elsbridge. Thomas has an idea, and shares it with Sir Topham Hatt...

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Avalanche

Plot

  • Edward is at the works when he sees a familiar-looking coach. After a conversation, the two discover they know each other from their days on the Furness Railway. Victoria, the coach, worked on a branchline running to Windermere with another coach, Helena, and an engine, Albert, who Victoria notes only ever had one accident. One snowy day after boasting about snow, Albert had stopped outside the mouth of a tunnel while collecting passengers at Haverthwaite. When he started, he gave off so much steam that he caused an avalanche so great he became buried in snow and, although he was rescued the next day, he never bragged about snow again.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Eels On Wheels

Plot

  • As summer arrives Daisy often sees grass snakes near the line. When she tells the engines about them Percy is worried, but Daisy simply thinks him silly. Then, some days later Daisy has to take some boxes up to Ffarquhar for a restaurant. One is knocked onto the platform and the cargo - live eels - is spilt onto the rails; to Daisy's horror, some wriggle underneath her wheels. The eels are rescued, but Daisy has blown a fuse and Thomas has to take her passengers while Toby and Percy make jokes about wriggly things.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Toby's Vintage Train

Plot

  • Victoria's restoration is completed and Edward takes her to Knapford, where she is coupled up to Annie and Clarabel. At Elsbridge, they are told Terence is in some trouble and go to see what the matter is. Terence, who had been building a barn, had to swerve for a boulder near a tunnel and his trailer fell down the cutting, balancing dangerously on a tree. The trailer is secured and Thomas makes it to Ffarquhar, where Victoria is coupled to Toby and Henrietta, making a train now known as "Toby's Vintage Train".

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Thomas and The Swans

Plot

  • Pip and Emma arrive at the big station one day and Sir Topham Hatt tells Thomas and Gordon that they will be running the express service to London. They soon become a success. One day, Thomas is leaving the station by the river, when he sees something white on the bridge ahead. He and his crew think that it is a newspaper, until Thomas sees a head and a long neck emerge from the bundle. After looking at it, Thomas' crew realise that it is a swan, which has broken a wing. They place the swan in Thomas' cab and take it to the top station where a vet takes it to his surgery. A few days later, they set the swan free. Thomas is congratulated for his rescue by Sir Topham Hatt and the other engines.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Buffer Bashing

Plot

  • Donald and Douglas are doing maintenance work in the sidings at Tidmouth Yard. Donald moves into a siding one day, but the rails are slippery with frost and he finds himself brought to a stop by the buffers. Nobody is harmed, but the buffers are smashed to smithereens. The other engines tease Donald and tell him he should go into skating championships, but Sir Topham Hatt doesn't mind, as he knows Donald couldn't help it. James takes the final repairs train, while Douglas slides into the siding where workmen are just finishing painting the new buffers. Douglas' driver applies the brakes, but nothing happens and Douglas crashes straight through the new buffers. A workman angrily splashes some red paint onto Douglas' nose, which Sir Topham Hatt leaves on his nose as a reminder to be more careful in sidings.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Gordon's Fire Service

Plot

  • Gordon is taking a stopping train on the main line when he sees a red glow from under a bridge. A tractor's load of haybales had caught fire and the fire was beginning to spread to the grassy banks. Gordon's crew tries to put it out, but to no avail. Then Gordon has a wonderful idea: the hose inside his cab can be used! The driver and fireman quickly get to work and soon the fire is out. The fire engine soon arrives, but when they find the fire is already out, they praise Gordon for his quick thinking. Gordon is awarded the Queen's Fire Service Medal for his bravery.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Centenary

Plot

  • The engines are preparing to celebrate the centenary of the Thin Clergyman. James is chosen to go and collect the bust of the Thin Clergyman from the Mainland. He collects the bust safely and has just gone through Henry's Tunnel on his return journey when the tunnel collapses, cutting off Sodor from the Mainland! Sir Topham Hatt and some inspectors decide on the plan of action and soon Pip and Emma are cleared as the first train to travel through the repaired tunnel. At Tidmouth station, out of Pip and Emma's coaches steps Prince Charles. He unveils the Thin Clergyman's bust and proudly declares, "There will never be anything like it anywhere".

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by
  • Cameos by

Thomas and Diesel

Plot

  • When Percy has to go to the Works for repairs, Diesel returns to Sodor and, as expected, causes trouble for the engines by destroying the oldest truck in Ffarquhar Yards. But two days later, Thomas has an accident when Daisy drips her oil on the track and Clarabel's back wheels come off the rails at the special points at Dryaw, so Diesel comes to the rescue. It seems that even Diesel has some good in him somewhere.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Thomas, Percy, Toby, Duck, Diesel, Clarabel and Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Non-speaking roles by Daisy, Annie and Bertie.
  • Cameos by Gordon and James.

Thomas and The Hurricane

Plot

  • A hurricane is sweeping across Sodor one night, and the next morning, Thomas, Percy, and Toby don't want to leave their shed. Thomas must, however, but he doesn't feel comfortable about the wind. As he passes by Elsbridge, they are shocked to see a game of football being played in the nearby field. When Thomas arrives at Knapford Junction, he sees James, who claims that he isn't afraid of the wind - he soon changes his mind, though, after the wind blows three signals down. Thomas and James are horrified and convince their drivers to advance them up the platform - and it's lucky that they do, for the station roof is blown clean off and sent crashing down on the platform. After being flagged through the station and taking on water, Thomas is finally on his way home. Near Elsbridge, the guard's emergency brake suddenly comes on. Thomas wonders why, although he soon finds out when he sees a huge tree sprawled across the line. He wonders how the guard could see it, when he finds that the football players had warned him. A week later, after the hurricane passes, Sir Topham Hatt holds a party at Elsbridge to celebrate the football players' act.

Notes

  • US Narrator: Alec Baldwin.
  • UK Narrator: Michael Angelis.
  • Appearances by Thomas, James, Percy, Toby and Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Non-speaking roles by Annie and Clarabel, Bertie and Terence.
  • Cameos by Daisy.

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