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The third season of Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends would have premiered between 1991-92 on citv in the UK and between 1992-93 on PBS in the US with later re-shown on the Fox Family channel and Sprout. Michael Angelis narrated all UK episodes with George Carlin narrating all US episodes. This season would have included 16 episodes, but a total of 32 short story segments.
|#a||Title a||#b||Title b||Year|
|1a||A Scarf for Percy||1b||Percy's Promise||1991||1992|
|2a||Gordon Goes Foreign||2b||Time for Trouble||1991||1992|
|3a||Gordon and the Famous Visitor||3b||Thomas Gets Bumped||1991||1992|
|4a||Thomas, Percy and the Dragon||4b||Diesel Does It Again||1991||1992|
|5a||Henry's Forest||5b||The Trouble with Mud||1991||1992|
|6a||No Joke for James||6b||Thomas, Percy and the Mail Train||1991||1992|
|7a||Trust Thomas||7b||Edward, Trevor and the Really Useful Party||1991||1992|
|9a||James Goes Buzz Buzz||9b||All at Sea||1992||1993|
|10a||One Good Turn||10b||Tender Engines||1992||1993|
|11a||Donald's Duck||11b||Super Rescue||1992||1993|
|13a||Little Western||13b||Oliver Owns Up||1992||1993|
|14a||Emily's New Coaches||14b||Bear With Me||1992||1993|
|16a||Percy, James and the Fruitful Day||16b||Daisy and the Porter||1992||1993|
- Thomas and Percy's Christmas Adventure (1992) (24 minute special; see Trivia section)
- Thomas and the U.K. Trip (1992) (Japan only)
- Donald and Douglas
- Bill and Ben
- Annie and Clarabel
- Sir Topham Hatt
- The Little Boys
- The Vicar of Wellsworth
- Jeremiah Jobling (not named)
- Stephen Hatt (cameo)
- Bridget Hatt (cameo)
- Lady Hatt (cameo)
- Mrs. Kyndley (cameo)
- Jem Cole (cameo)
- Farmer Trotter (cameo)
- Farmer Finney (cameo)
- The Storyteller (cameo)
Rail and Non-Rail Vehicle Characters
- Big City Engine
- Flying Scotsman
- Isabel and Dulcie
- Alice and Mirabel
- Bulgy's Friend (mentioned)
- The New Signalman
- The Railway Foreman
- The Quarry-master
- The Porter (From Daisy and the Porter)
- This is the first season to be narrated by Michael Angelis in the UK.
- The episodes would have aired in order in US broadcasts.
- Thomas, Percy and Toby would remain at the branch line sheds from this season onward. BoCo and Bear would take over Thomas and Percy's berths at Tidmouth Sheds in the second half of this season onward.
- Donald and Douglas would have kept their nameplates on their smoke boxes during this season through the rest of the model series.
- Daisy would retain her role in the TV Series adaption of Mavis as in the original Railway Series story.
- BoCo and Percy would have roles in the TVS adaption of Super Rescue. They would have the same roles as their roles in GreatWesternLegacy's adaption of the story.
- Emily would be introduced a few seasons earlier and would also gain a number 12 on her tender. George Carlin would have also given her a Scottish accent.
- In Emily's New Coaches, James would replace Edward's role, Gordon would replace Percy's role, Daisy would tell Emily that Annie and Clarabel belong to Thomas, and Toby would have been stuck on the crossing as he was in the original script.
- Emily would have major roles in Emily's New Coaches, Bear With Me, Daisy and the Porter and Thomas and Percy's Christmas Adventure.
- Flying Scotsman would retain a larger role in Tender Engines.
- Great Western would be based on the Sodor the Early Years story with the same name but in 4:30 min length. The story would start at 2:54 with Duck puffing along his branch line.
- Little Western would be based on the Sodor the Early Years story with the same name but in 4:30 min length.
- Emily would replace Thomas' role at the end of Percy, James and the Fruitful Day. Thomas would still retain his first role in the episode.
- The cast of Daisy and the Porter would be Oliver, Toad, Emily, Daisy, BoCo, Bear and the porter.
- Thomas and Percy's Christmas Adventure would have been an extended 24 minute episode. The US version would mostly use the UK script (despite the Sir Topham Hatt edits) with the holiday remaining Christmas.