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Sir Ralph Wedgewood comes to Sodor and Spencer thinks he's an imposter. Who would Sir Ralph Wedgewood really be?
- Sir Ralph Wedgwood ( AKA Herring Gull)
- Gadwall (Flashback)
- Stephan (Flashback)
- Toby (Cameo)
- Flying Scotsman (Mentioned)
- Sir Topham Hatt
- Molly (Cameo)
Narrator: It was a sunny day on Sodor and the engines are busier like bees in a hive. One day, Gordon was resting in a siding when he heard a shrill whistle and he jumped.
(An A4 pacific whistles as he pasts by with the express)
Gordon: Bust my boiler! Who was that?
Narrator: He puffed to the sheds and saw the engine, He was An A4 Pacific like Spencer but with blue paint.
Gordon: (To his Driver) Look there! There's the engine.
Sir Topham Hatt: Gordon, this is Sir Ralph Wedgwood, he was built in the Doncaster works in Britain, he would help you on the mainline. (Leaves)
Sir Ralph: Good morning to you.
Gordon: Good morning to you too, I'm Gordon.
Sir Ralph: Gordon, I've heard a lot about you. Your brother, Flying Scotsman told me you're a fine engine.
Gordon: Why thank you.
Narrator: Then he saw Spencer looking suspeciously at Sir Ralph.
Spencer: Wait a minute, I think I heard that name before during WW2. There's something different about you.
Emily: Spencer, what are you talking about?
Spencer: What am I saying is that this A4 is an imposter!
Sir Ralph: What?! I'm not an imposter!
Spencer: Oh, yes you are! You got destroyed during World War 2.
James: But how do we know if he is the real Sir Ralph Wedgwood or an imposter?
Narrator: Everybody looked at each other but none of them had the answer to the problem.
Gordon: Did you say you knew Sir Ralph Wedgwood before?
Spencer: Yes, I did and which one of us knows the past?
Gordon: I do.
Narrator: Everybody looked at Gordon and began to listen to his story.
Gordon: (Narrating) Back in 1943, during