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The fourth season of Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends would have premiered between 1994-95 on citv in the UK and between 1995-96 in PBS for 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 26 episodes, but with a total of 52 short story segments.
|#a||Title a||#b||Title b||Year|
|2a||You Can't Win!||2b||Sleeping Beauty||1994||1995|
|3a||A Bad Day for Sir Handel||3b||Peter Sam and the Refreshment Lady||1994||1995|
|4a||Four Little Engines||4b||Rusty Helps Peter Sam||1994||1995|
|5a||The Splendid and the Spluttering||5b||Gusts!||1994||1995|
|6a||The Lone Wolf||6b||Thieves||1994||1995|
|7a||Home At Last||7b||Rock 'n' Roll||1994||1995|
|8a||Special Funnel||8b||Peter Sam Helps Out||1994||1995|
|9a||Steam Roller||9b||Little Old Twins||1995||1995|
|10a||Passengers and Polish||10b||The Gallant Old Engine||1995||1995|
|11a||Rusty to the Rescue||11b||Thomas & Stepney||1995||1995|
|12a||Train Stops Play||12b||Bowled Out||1995||1995|
|13a||Henry and the Elephant||13b||Toad Stands By||1995||1996|
|14a||Bulls Eyes||14b||Bear's Important Job||1995||1996|
|15a||Fish||15b||Mind That Bike||1995||1996|
|17a||BoCo and the Trucks||17b||Old Groaner||1995||1996|
|18a||Emily's Day Off||18b||James' Signal Failure||1995||1996|
|19a||Mavis and the Lorry||19b||Toby Takes the Road||1995||1996|
|20a||Terence Takes a Bath||20b||Special Attraction||1995||1996|
|21a||Scrambled Eggs||21b||What A Picture!||1995||1996|
|22a||Trevor Helps Out||22b||Down the Drain||1995||1996|
|23a||Duck and the Guard||23b||Edward and the River Rose||1995||1996|
|24a||Better Safe Than Sorry||24b||Bertie the Rail Bus||1995||1996|
|25a||Oliver Gets the Bird||25b||Thomas and the Special Letter||1995||1996|
|26a||Diesel's Big Idea||26b||Paint Pots and Queens||1995||1996|
- Donald and Douglas
- Bill and Ben
- Annie and Clarabel
- Sir Topham Hatt
- The Little Boys
- The Vicar of Wellsworth
- Alice and Mirabel (do not speak)
- Isabel and Dulcie (do not speak)
- Jeremiah Jobling (not named)
- Bulgy (cameo)
- 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
- The Diesel
- Sir Handel
- Peter Sam
- S. C. Ruffey
- Jinty and Pug (do not speak)
- The Other Railway Engines (do not speak)
- Talyllyn (mentioned)
- Other Mid Sodor Railway Engines (indirectly mentioned)
- Mr. Percival
- Tom Tipper
- The Portly Man
- The Crovan's Gate Policeman
- The Dryaw Policeman
- The Important Passenger
- The Elsbridge Cricket Club
- The Painter
- The Tailor
- Mid Sodor Manager
- Mr. Hugh
- Mr. Murphy
- The Refreshment Lady
- The BBC Television Producers (do not speak)
- The Enthusiasts (do not speak)
- Queen Elizabeth II (does not speak)
- The Elephant Caper (not named; does not speak)
- Richard Robert Norramby (indirectly mentioned)
- This season introduces the most characters to date.
- The series would have remained on citv for the UK broadcast during the fourth and fifth seasons instead of moving to Cartoon Network (UK).
- The episodes would have aired in chronological order in UK and US airings.
- The Splendid and the Spluttering, Gusts!, The Lone Wolf and Thieves would be based off Trainz stories by the Trainz user ShunterProductions, but only the stories would be in 4:30 minute length and the narrow gauge engines would be in their TV series liveries.
- Callan Station would have been introduced as the last and top station of the Little Western instead of on the Misty Valley Branch. In the fifth season, it would gain the terminus to the Arlesdale Railway on the opposite side of the station.
- Mr. Percial would replace Sir Topham Hatt as controller of the Skarloey Railway during Seasons 4-7.
- The Skarloey Railway sets would have been redressed when used for the Mid Sodor sets but redressed back before the production of the fifth season.
- Toby's Windmill's themes for BoCo, Rheneas, Sir Handel, Peter Sam and Duke would have been composed and heard during this season started.
- Rheneas would be absent during the episodes where he's suppose to be away at the works. Sir Handel would replace his cameo in the beginning of Rusty Helps Peter Sam.
- Duke would be absent in the stories where he's not suppose to be re-discovered yet. Sir Handel would replace his cameo on the viaduct in Rusty Helps Peter Sam and Rusty would replace his cameo at the sheds in Special Funnel.
- Sir Handel and Duncan would replace Skarloey and Rheneas at the end of Special Funnel when Peter Sam passes Rheneas Sheds. Rheneas would be absent in any other scenes where he appears.
- Thomas would be omitted from Rusty to the Rescue.
- Bear's Important Job would use some story elements from wildnorwester's story "One Good Deed", but only would be in 6:30 min length.
- Emily's Day Off would be based on the magazine story, "Emily's Day Out".
- Terence Takes a Bath would have been added to the Toby, Trucks and Trouble story arc due to two of the stories from the book being adapted into one story for the TV series adaption.
- Edward and the River Rose would be based on the magazine story of the same name. Emily, BoCo, Bear, Bill, Ben and Trevor would also make appearances in the TVS adaption.
- Oliver Gets the Bird would be based on the annual story of the same name, except the TVS adaption would follow ShunterProductions' adaption of the story. Donald, Douglas, Toad, Alice, Mirabel, Isabel and Dulcie would also make appearances.
- Thomas and the Special Letter would remain mostly the same, except Emily, Daisy and Bear would also make cameos during the engine parade in the beginning. Jinty would also replace Oliver in the scene where Thomas tells about his race with Bertie and crashes through the buffers.
- Emily would have major roles in Bear's Important Job, BoCo and the Trucks, Emily's Day Off, Old Groaner, James' Signal Failure, Edward and the River Rose and Better Safe Than Sorry.
- Most stories would be made in the usual 4:30 min length, while some would be made in 6:30 min length.