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This is a possible fanfic that is a crossover between Sonic the Hedgehog, The Railway Series/Thomas & Friends and a smidge of TUGS.





Human characters

  • Chuck Thorndyke
  • Topaz
  • Chris' Mother and Father
  • Elle
  • Tanaka
  • Francis, Danny, & Helen
  • The Mayor of Sodor: The Mayor is in charge of the whole Island, and is good friends with Sir Topham Hatt.
  • Sir Stephen Topham Hatt: Known by the engines as "The Fat Controller", the Yorkshire-accented Sir Stephen Topham Hatt is in charge of all the engines of the North Western Railway on Sodor. He is kind but firm when dealing with any troublemakers and makes sure that his engines always run right on time. He wears a black coat, white waistcoat, black tie, grey trousers and black top hat.
  • Mr. Peregrine Percival: Known by his engines as "The Thin Controller", Mr. Percival is the manager of the Skarloey Railway. He is often seen with his trusty old bicycle around the Transfer Yards, bases of operations where the narrow guage engines meet up with the standard guage engines to exchange goods and passenger traffic.
  • Miss Jenny Packard: Known as "Miss Jenny" to her machines, she is the friendly Irish woman who owns the Sodor Construction Company and takes responsibility for a number of building projects around the Island. She likes all of her machines to follow the ruels and make sure that they are kept in order. When she is pleased with someone doing a great job, she compliments him/her saying "ye'd make a mother proud".
  • Harbour Master Star: A veteran sailor who is now a harbour master, he takes great pride in his Tug fleet but he knows that it is important to be hard on them in order to succeed. He is usually very strict if something doesn't go as shipshape as it's supposed to.
  • Captain Zero: Speaking with a Orcadian accent, Captain Zero is Star's business rival and the devious and scheming owner of the Zero Marine Company. He is known to have criminal connections. He is quite bad tempered. The Chipmunks and Chipettes help bring him to justice.
  • Rev. Charles Laxley II: The Vicar of Wellsworth, the Reverend is a kind old soul, with love and respect for all of God's creatures. His father, the original Vicar, was the one who saved Trevor from his scrapyard fate, and has given him a new him in his Vicarage Orchard. The Vicar is responsible for holding the Yearly Vicarage Fete, which all the children, not forgetting Edward and Trevor, love the most.
  • Refreshment Lady: There's no guessing what makes the Refreshment Lady so popular with visitors and staff - she travels along the narrow gauge engines' line to the Lakeside Station where she set up a smallshop selling refreshments such as cakes, sweets and drinks. Once in pure impatience, Peter Sam almost left her behind. However, thanks to Peter Sam, she later gained herself a travelling Tea Shop so she can sell her treats from any location on the narrow gauge line.
  • Farmer McColl: A burly mustachioed, hard working farmer, who provides the livestock and farmyard supplies needed around Sodor. He was first met when his baby lambs were stuck on the other side of the mountain during a bad snowstorm and Toby had to help get the vet to the other side and make sure they were all right. He is a good friend of the North Western Railway and calls upon them very often when he needs a favour.
  • Farmer Trotter: A farmer who runs a pig farm and a beehive farm, he's good friends with Thomas and Farmer McColl.
  • Alicia Botti: The World famous Italian Opera singer (a colorutera), who likes to visit Sodor for special occasions. But she wasn't entirely pleased with her first visit when she discovered a mouse in Thomas' coaches and her load scream smashed every window in town. However, she did appear to have an appreciation of steam engines when she saw a very dirty and grubby Percy pull into the docks, remarking he looked like a "proper steam engine".
  • Sodor Brass Band: Whenever the Island of Sodor is celebrating, there is a need for the Brass Band to come along and play their wonderful music. However, their trips to Sodor haven't always run smoothy. At one of their Summer Concerts, Bertie became stuck in mud when taking them to a concert - and they had to be saved by their old pal Edward; Thomas left the Tuba player behind when they were due to play at Lady Hatt's birthday party, and Rusty ran out of diesel fuel while taking them on a tour of the Skarloey Railway before a concert. However, despite these mishaps, they still love coming to Sodor and playing some beautiful tunes to brighten the spirits of any occasion.
  • Duke and Duchess of Boxford: The boastful Spencer's owners, the Duke and Duchess of Boxford use him as their private engine to escort them all across the railway network. They appear to have an affection for the Island, following their first visit they later bought a summer house and became regular visitors, becoming good friends with the Hatt family.
  • Christopher Awdry: The son of the Rev. W. Awdry the Thin Clergyman and original author of the Railway Series.
  • The Representative - Ryo Gunji is a representative for both the Upper and Lower Valley Railways. He travels the world looking for engines willing to work, and brings them back to the Island to be restored and put to use. Some engines he's brought to the Island include Smudger, Naomi, Misaki, and Morning Light.
  • The Little Controller - the Controller of the Lower Valley Railway. His father founded the narrow gauge railway nearly 50 years prior to Smudger's arrival.
  • The Big Controller - the Controller of the Upper Valley Railway. He is the third Controller of the railway, and a master engineer, having overseen the designing and construction of Hiro and the restoration of Morning Light. His Works also service the Lower Valley Railway's engines.
  • Prince William of Wales: The elder son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana of Wales, and second eldest grandson of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Recently married to his fiance, Kate Middleton.
  • Catherine Elizabeth "Kate" Middleton: Wife of Prince William of Wales.

North Western Railway (NWR)

Most of the engines on Island of Sodor are a part of the North Western Railway, which is run by Sir Topham Hatt. The North Western Railway (abbreviated NWR) was first created in 1914 after a government-funded joining of Sodor's standard gauge railways. The railways involved were the Sodor and Mainland, the Tidmouth, Knapford and Elsbridge Light and the Wellsworth-Suddery Railways. In 1948, it became the "North-Western Region of British Railways", but this term was never used as the railway kept its operating independence. With Privatisation in the early 1990s, it officially became the North Western Railway.

The railway's motto is "Nil unquam simile", which, translated from Latin, means "There's nothing quite like it!"

Two kinds of engines keep the railway running smoothy - Steamies and Diesels. The first engines to arrive were steam engines. For years, they kept the island steaming along. One day, a diesel arrived, and then another diesel, and another! Some of the Steamies were suspicious of the Diesels right from the start. They were new and different. They didn't need coal or water, but used their own kind of fuel. When "Devious" Diesel arrived on trial with his antics, including playing tricks on the other engines, it started a rivalry between the Steamies and the Diesels.

It's not always easy for these engines to put aside their differences and work together. But, whether a Steamie or a Diesel, every engine on Sodor wants to be a Really Useful Engine!

  • Thomas the Tank Engine - NWR No.1/LBSCR No.105/SR No.105/BR No.32105: One of the first engines who helped to build the railway, Thomas began as a cheeky, fussy LB&SCR E2 Billington Tank Engine who began life shunting at Vicarstown. He eventually grew bored being stuck in the yard and wanted to see the world, resulting in a few follies like leaving behind his first passenger train and almost having an accident with deliverying some trucks to Wellsworth. Sir Topham Hatt ended up feeling sorry for him, and knew that he was a special little engine. Thomas eventually proved his worth after rescuing James after an accident. As a reward, Sir Topham Hatt gave Thomas his own branchline, which starts from Knapford and ends at Ffarquhar. He enjoys running it as efficiently as he can, with his two coaches Annie & Clarabel, and his friends Percy, Toby, Emily, Rosie, Stanley, Daisy and Mavis. He is painted NWR blue with red-and-yellow lining and the number "1" painted on his tank sides in yellow with a red border.
  • Gordon the Big Express Engine - NWR No.4/GNR No.1469/LNER No.4469/BR No.60103: Gordon was the original, experimental prototype for Sir Nigel Gresley's LNER A3 Pacifics, and his strength and speed have kept him as the railway's main Express engine since his arrival many years ago. Very proud of his appearance, the big engine can be very boastful at times, which can often land him in all sorts of trouble and awkward situations, such as the time he stalled on a hill not long after his arrival on Sodor. Thankfully, Edward was there to help push, but from that day onward, the hill would be known in legend as "Gordon's Hill". Over the years, Gordon has settled down to be a true asset to Sir Topham Hatt and a good friend to the other engines, always willing to lend a hand when needed and to put his great strength and ability to good use to help others. Gordon is painted NWR blue with red-and-yellow lining and the number "4" painted on his tender sides in yellow. Before arriving on Sodor, he was painted Doncaster green with white and black lining.
  • Edward the Blue Engine - NWR No.2/FR No.34: Edward is a kind, patient and experienced Sharp Stewart "Large Seagull" engine with a heart of gold. Starting out at the Furness Railway, Edward has been with the North Western Railway since the early days, but was sometimes found to be surplus to requirements. All this changed when Edward was given a chance to prove how useful he could be again, and he has been an invaluable member of the Steam Team ever since. However, some engines still believe that because of his age, Edward is not as useful as the others...time and again, he has been delighted to prove them wrong! Edward now runs his own branchline from Wellsworth to Brendam, working alongside BoCo and keeping a watchful eye on Bill & Ben! Edward is painted NWR blue with red-and-yellow lining and the number "2" painted on his tender sides in boright yellow with a red border. Before arriving on Sodor, Edward was painted in the Furness Railway's red livery with a yellow "FR" on his tender sides and black wheels.
  • Henry the Green Engine - NWR No.3: When Henry first arrived on Sodor, he was a cross between Gordon and a nightmare. He was a LNER Stanier Class B10 4-6-0. Underpowered and unreliable, Henry was often ill and caused Sir Topham Hatt a great deal of trouble. The problem was solved in the short-term by giving him special Welsh coal, but when Henry has his accident with the Flying Kipper, it provided Sir Topham Hatt with an opportunity to have Henry rebuilt completely. Henry was sent to Crewe, and rebuilt into an LMS Black 5 with a new shape and a larger firebox. He returned to Sodor a much better and stronger engine, and Sir Topham Hatt was proud of him. Henry still has lapses of illness occasionally, but continues to be a really useful engine and a reliable secondary Express engine for Gordon. Henry is painted NWR green with red-and-yellow lining and the number "3" painted on his tender sides in yellow. He was originally painted LNER green, but he was repainted NWR blue with NWR red and yellow lining.
  • James the Red Engine - NWR No.5/EVR No.8: James is a Hughes L&YR Class 28 mixed-traffic engine with a brass dome. When he first came to Sodor, he was painted navy-black with red lining and had a dreadful accident with trucks due to useless wooden brake blocks. After being mended, he was given a new red coat which he shows off with pride, and settled down to be Really Useful. He is a very conceited engine, who likes nothing more than to show off his paintwork whilst pulling passengers - but being mixed-traffic he also has his fair share of the goods work and does his best not to let the dirty trucks spoil his coat! James is painted NWR red with blue-and-yellow lining, black wheels and the number "5" painted in bright yellow with a blue border on his tender sides.
  • Percy the Small Engine - NWR No.6/EVR No.1: The often naive junior member of Sir Topham Hatt's engine team, Percy is an Avonside Saddletank Engine who was brought to the North Western Railway when Sir Topham Hatt needed a new shunting engine at Knapford to fetch coaches for the engines. Even from day one Percy was cheeky and proved he was more than a match for the trickery of Gordon, Henry and James. But eventually, the work in the yard became too heavy for him to deal with, and Duck took his place as the station pilot at Knapford. Percy was reassigned to Thomas' branchline to help build Knapford Harbour where Ten Cents and Sunshine sometimes work, and later beame the branchline's main goods engine, shifting trucks from the yards to the junction and harbour. Percy is fun-loving and enjoys playing jokes, which can sometimes get him into trouble. Percy is painted NWR green with red-and-yellow lining and a "6" painted on his bunker sides in yellow.
  • Toby the Brown Steam Tram - NWR No.7/BR No.68221: Toby is a GER Wisbech Steam Tram J70 who was brought to Sodor following the closure of his own line back in East Anglia. He had had little work there following the aquisition of most of his work by the lorries and buses, but by lucky coincidence, was by a Stout Gentleman (Sir Topham Hatt) and his family who were on holiday in his part of the world and who eventually bought him to solve a problem on his own Railway. Toby has proved useful for the purpose of running on Thomas' branchline. He is one of only two engines allowed to run to the Quarry at Anophia (the other being Mavis) and often takes workmen's trains down to the harbour at Knapford. Toby is painted chocolate-brown with olive frames, blue sideplates and grey cowcatchers. Toby has a number "7" painted on his sides in bright yellow with a red border. Toby was painted brown with black cowcatchers and sideplates (which sported "LNER" in bright yellow letters) before working on his tramway, where he was repainted greyish-brown with grey sideplates and cowcatchers before helping James.
  • Duck the Great Western Engine - NWR No.8/GWR No.5741: Real name being Montague, Duck was brought in originally to replace Percy as station pilot at Knapford when the workload became too much. Formerling of Paddington, Duck is a GWR Pannier Tank 57xx Class engine who is very proud of being Great Western, and has tried tirelessly to instil this ethos into the minds of his fellow engines - often to their annoyance. But Duck will stand no nonsense from anyone, be it trucks, coaches or engines and throughout his time as the Knapford station pilot, he had the yard running like clockwork. Eventually, his hard work merited him the chance to run his own branchline which runs from Tidmouth to Arlesburgh. He now works this line with the help of Donald, Douglas, and Oliver, a fellow Great Western engine. Duck is painted in a GWR green livery with yellow lining, black wheels, splashers and pipes, the letters "GWR" written on his pannier tanks in yellow and red, a gold brass safety valve cover and a brass GWR numberplate on his cab sides with the number 5741 (Sir Topham Hatt allowed Duck to keep his GWR number).
  • Devious Diesel - BR No.13046: Called by what he is, Diesel is a deceiving, scheming character, who was brought "on trial" to work in the yard. However, when Duck tried to show him around, Diesel took no notice of his advice and ended up embarrassing himself when he moved the wrong trucks. This lead to endless teasing from the trucks, and made Diesel angry, thinking that Duck made them laugh at him. He began causing trouble between Duck and the other engines by telling lies, but was eventually found out by the Fat Controller and sent packing. However, in spite of this, he still charters from Sodor to the Mainland acting as a "spare" engine for heavier work, much to the annoyance of the Sudrian Engines! He is painted in the all-over plain black livery used by British Railways for shunting engines in the 1950s.
  • Donald & Douglas the Scottish Twins - NWR Nos. 9 & 10/CR Nos. 662 and 663/LMS Nos. 17646 and 17647/BR Nos. 57646 and 57647: When Sir Topham Hatt order a Caledonian 812 Class Goods engine from Scotland, he never quite expected to find two arriving on his railway as opposed to one. He had ordered No.57646, however, the twin - 57467, also arrived as well. The two refused to tell which was which and left Sir Topham Hatt with the dilemma of choosing between them. He soon found they both performed equally as good as one another, albiet with both of them running into some kind bother or another! But after their performance in the snow in the midsts of a bad winter, he decided to keep them both (which proved a wise choice), and give them each a new coat of blue paintwork. Donald & Douglas are very strong personalities and are the mainstay of the goods work on the NWR. Donald and Douglas are painted NWR blue with red-and-yellow lining and the numbers "9" and "10" painted on their tender sides in bright yellow with red borders, respectively. They were originally painted in the BR's black goods livery with red-and-white lining on their tenders.
  • Daisy the Diesel Railcar - NWR No.D1: When Thomas had an accident, Daisy was brought in to help Percy and Toby run the branchline. But she proved to be troublesome; stuck-up, lazy and stubborn, and only did whatever work she chose. Sir Topham Hatt threatened to send her packing until Percy had his predicament, leaving Toby and Daisy to run the branchline by themselves. And after Toby put in a good word for her, she was allowed to stay. Being a Metro-Cammell DMU Class 101/102, Daisy helps Thomas with the passengers and sometimes takes the milk or looks after Henrietta for Toby. But to be fair, although still flouncy, she's a really sweet engine and takes a liking for Mavis especially. Daisy is painted in a BR green livery with yellow lining, similar to the livery of the British Railways DMUs in the 1960s. She wears makeup, including eyelashes, red lipstick, blush and blue eyeshadow.
  • Bill & Ben the Tank Engine Twins - SCC Nos. 1 & 2: Bill & Ben are two Bagnall Saddletank twin engiens. Completely identical, they work at the China Clay pits near Brendam Docks on Edward's branchline, pulling their loads for the main line engines and ships in the harbours. They are a mischievous pair, who love playing jokes and teasing the other engines - especially Gordon. The twins are also frequently used in other quarries across Sodor, often found working with Mavis, and have been used to shunt in the docks when needed. Bill and Ben are painted orange-golden-yellow with red lining. Bill and Ben both have brown nameplates with yellow writing, "SCC" written on both sides in yellow and "Brendam Bay" on the front of their saddle tanks. They have number plates reading 1 and 2 respectively above both the back of their cabs and their faces.
  • BoCo the Metrovick Diesel - NWR No.D2/BR No.D5702: BoCo first arrived on Sodor as a visitor and had the misfortune to encounter Bill & Ben, who mistook him for a thieving "Diseasel", causing him great confusion. But after having proved to being Really Useful during his stay, Sir Topham Hatt welcomed him as "one of the family". BoCo lives at Wellsworth and helps Edward run his branchline, but he is always welcomed anywhere. He's a kind natured Metrovick Class 28 Type 2 diesel with a sense of humor, which makes handling Bill & Ben much easier over the years! Sadly, BoCo is one of the only members of his class left, the other undergoing a long-term restoration at the East Lancashire Railway. BoCo is painted in a BR green livery used in the 1960s with yellow warning panels.
  • Bear - NWR No.D3/BR No.D7101: Bear is a British Rail Class 35 diesel engine who came from the Mainland along with Diesel 199 for a loan period. He did not approve of his companion's comments toward the steamies they were staying with and duly told him so. During a run with the Express, in which ironically both diesels failed and had to be brought home by Henry, Bear struck up a friendship with the big green engine and won a second chance with Sir Topham Hatt. Bear is now a member of the Sodor Railway and works on the mainline. Painted in the BR's green livery with a narrow band of lime along the bottom of the sides with cream window surrounds and yellow warning panels. Unlike his Railway Series counterpart, Bear has a grey face.
  • Oliver the Western Engine - NWR No.11/GWR No.1436: Oliver came to Sodor in a way very different to the rest of the engines. His sympathetic crew chose to break away with him and give him the chance of a new life, as opposed to one last gasp with the cutter's torch. After making a daring escape, they were soon stopped dead in their tracks when they ran out of coal and couldn't make more steam. All looked set to be lost until they met Douglas who was doing the late night goods train to the British Railway. He saved Oliver and brought him to the NWR, where he now works on Duck's branchline. He has learnt much from his early days when he was pushed into the turntable well by unruly ballast trucks, and provided to be a useful GWR 14xx Tank engine! Oliver is painted in a GWR green livery with yellow lining, green lining and a brass GWR numberplate on his cab sides with the number 1436 (Sir Topham Hatt has allowed Oliver to keep his original number).
  • Mavis the Quarry Diesel - FQC No.1: Mavis was first brought to shunt trucks at Ffarquhar Quarry. Her wheels are hidden by cowcatchers and sideplates like Toby's. But being a young BR Class 04 diesel she was full of her own ideas, and caused Toby many a headache by constantly rearranging his trucks and ignoring his advice. But an unfortunate accident soon provided a chance to help Mavis see sense. Her plans to go further down the line by asking the trucks to bump her also went awry, leaving Toby stranded on a collapsing bridge when they bumped him instead! After a daring rescue, Mavis was given permission by Sir Topham Hatt and the Quarry Manager to go down the line to the yards with trucks, and with help from Toby she settled down and became a more mature engine. Mavis is now a shining example to all of the other engines, and often helps provide guidance when needed. Mavis is painted black with hazard stripes on her front and rear. She has her name and "The Ffarquhar Quarry Co. Ltd." written on both sides in white.
  • Eagle the Red Engine - NWR No.28: A L&YR Class 25, Eagle is James' older brother, and wise like Edward. He pulls passenger trains through the day, but often pulls trucks. Eagle is painted NWR red with blue and yellow stripes and black footplate.
  • Wendell the Works Diesel - NWR No.D5/BR No.47981: Wendell is a BR Class 47 diesel engine stationed at Crovan's Gate Steamworks. He is described as being friendly and is impossible to dislike. He is painted in a British Rail "Rail Blue" livery with yellow warning panels.
  • Pip & Emma - NWR Nos. D6 and D7: Philippa (or Pip for short) and Emma are an British Rail Class 43 Intercity High Speed train who were brought to stand in for Gordon when he took a special to the Mainland. Although they suffered problems when they tried to help, the other engines took an instand liking to their kindness they recieved from them. Sir Topham Hatt has decided to buy Pip and Emma and use them for work on his railway to allow for a faster service on Express trains. Spencer is dreadfully jealous of them because they go faster than his class - 148 m/ph.
  • Barry the Rescue Engine - NWR No.54: Barry is a LMS Fairburn 2-6-4 tank engine working on Duck's branch line. He is partnered with Donald and Douglas to help them on the branchlines. Barry is painted NWR red with blue and yellow lining and black footplate.
  • Derek the Paxman Diesel - NWR No.D8: Sir Topham Hatt had decided to bring in another diesel to help Bill, Ben and BoCo at the China Clay quarry. However he didn't bargain for Derek! Derek is a kind, jolly BR Class 17 Paxman diesel, but his locomotive type has a design flaw, causing him to suffer dearly from teething troubles and constant breakdowns, and spends many a day at the Dieselworks. Despite their dislike for most diesels, Bill & Ben eventually felt sorry for him for trying to help out. Derek is painted in the British Railway's green livery with yellow warning panels.
  • 'Arry & Bert the Scrap Diesels - NWR Nos. D6 and D9/BR Nos. 08015 and 08016: 'Arry & Bert are as devious and spiteful as Diesel 10 himself. They are BR Class 08 diesel shunters who believe that all steam engines are smelly and useless and should be scrapped. But as they can't get away with that under Sir Topham Hatt's watchful eye, they just have to put up with teasing them instead! 'Arry and Bert are painted green-grey with yellow hazard stripes on their fronts and rears and yellow cabs. They have "Sodor Ironworks" or "Barrow Ironworks" written on their sides in white. The two are not quite identical: 'Arry has narrow eyes, while Bert has stubble and a deep voice.
  • Salty the Dockyard Diesel - BR No.2991: Salty is an old BR Class 07 diesel who has travelled the world and seen many amazing sights. He works hard and seldom complains, and he always entertains the engines with his endless amounts of stories and tales from the places he has visited. He is also known for keeping the trucks in order by singing sea shanties as they work! Salty has a big heart and always comes to the aid of any engine. Salty is painted crimson with pink warning stripes along his body, wasp stripes on his front and rear and yellow buffer beams with signs of rust. At the top of his forehead, he has the rim of a skipper's hat.
  • Harvey the Crane Engine - NWR No.27/4101: Harvey is a Dubs 0-4-0 Crane Engine who came to Sodor on a rough patch. Before giving a demonstration to earn his place on the NWR, he was hurt by the other engines' unkind comments about his strange boiler crane arm. But when Percy has a derailment, Harvey made quick work in clearing up the wreckage and making a good enough impression to stay on Sodor. He is a kind, tough engine used for smaller jobs that his arm is best suited for and makes short work of any task he is given. With perhaps the most distinctive appearance of any engine, Harvey is painted burgundy with yellow line-work and brown square buffers. His name and the number "27" is written on both his sides in yellow, however the "27" is painted on his crane.
  • Emily the Stirling Single Engine - NWR No.12/GNR No.3: Emily is a beautiful GNR Stirling Single engine, brought to Sodor to help with passenger duties. She is one of several female steam engines residing on Sodor and works well. But sometimes, Emily tends to become a "bossy buffers", as she tries to help her friends by correcting their mistakes and encouraging them to improve. Even so, she is a real "sweetie" and has her own two coaches, which she delights in carrying passengers in them. Emily is painted in a GNR emerald livery with gold lining and chocolate running-boards.
  • Fergus the Railway Traction Engine - NWR No.48: Fergus has been working on Sodor for some time but has never really been noticed from having spent many of his years at the Cement Works. He is known to be a strict Aveling & Porter 2-2-0WT engine, knowing every rule and regulation by heart, and is constantly nagging the other engines to "Do it Right!" if they ever did wrong. But he is a kind engine as well, and prefers working with sensible engines who complete their jobs without fuss. Fergus is painted navy with gold boiler bands and red wheels.
  • Arthur the Big Tank Engine - NWR/LMS No.52: Being an LMS Ivatt 3MT, Arthur is the largest tank engine on Sodor, bought from the LMS to shunt trucks and haul goods. He was famous for his "Spotless Record" for not having been in trouble or made a mess. This made Thomas jealous and forced him to play a disasterous trick resulting in Arthur having an accident and spoiling his record. But he soon left his past behind and continues to work hard in a no-nonsense manner. He is now in charge of the Fishing route by a coastal village, where the glorious smell of fish hangs in the air for him to enjoy! Arthur is painted LMS burgundy with gold lining and "LMS" on his side in yellow. He was originally painted postwar black with "LMS" written on his tank.
  • Murdoch the Mighty Engine - NWR No.49: Being a BR Standard 9F, Murdoch is one of the largest engines on Sodor, and was brought to Sodor to pull heavy goods trains for long distances. Despite his size, he's actually a gentle giant and much prefers some peace & quiet without the hustle and bustle of the yards - and there is no better place for him than a run through the countryside. However, he has learned from previous experience that being in the company of chatterbox engines can often be far better than the baa-ing of sheep, which he once found to be too much for him to bear! Murdoch is painted orange with green and red lining, and smoke deflectors, on which he wears red nameplates with gold lettering.
  • Lady the Magical Engine: Lady is a special engine who works high up in the hills of Sodor. She was the second engine, after Hiro, to arrive on the island, earning her the nickname "Princess of the Railway". She has been known to help Thomas and his friends when there was no other engines to turn to. Lady is painted reddish-violet with gold head lamps on the front pootplate, gold buffers, smokebox and funnel top, dome and whistle, side rods, lining, and her name on each side in gold, and black footplate, cab roof, lower funnel section.
  • Diesel 10 the Warship Engine - NWR No.D10: Formerly Vincent, Diesel 10 is the master of mischief on Sodor. He likes trying to outwit the Steamies, often causing confusion and delay. When Diesel 10 is around...there will be trouble. Given a chance, Diesel 10 wants to show that he's a Really Useful Engine too! Diesel 10 is a large, powerful BR Class 42 Warship diesel with a hydraulic crane arm on his roof with a large heavy metal claw attached. Diesel 10 is painted rusty brownish-olive green with yellow-tan stripes, covered in oil stains and a brown-grey claw.
  • Molly the Yellow Engine - NWR No. 23/LNER No.8867/BR No. 62538/EVR No. 10: Molly is a yellow Great Eastern Claud Hamilton steam engine who has been brought by Sir Topham Hatt to pull empty trucks to the coaling plant. Some of the other engines teased her about that, she didn't feel her job was important enough, and this made her sad. Thomas tried to cheer her up by making everyone think that she had an important train to pull, but at the last minute everthing went wrong. In the end, Molly realised how important her job really was, and she knows now that pulling empty trucks can be just as important as pulling full ones. Molly is painted bright yellow with grey and red lining, previously GER blue, LNER apple green, BR black, EVR green with black wheels
  • Neville the Black Engine - SR No. C10/BR No.33010: Poor old Neville fell victim to a series of "Chinese Whispers" which were spread among the engines, resulting in Emily thinking he was going to bump all the steam engines. He looks a lot like a diesel, when he is in fact a Southern Railway Q1 steam engine, and a lot of the other engines didn't like him at first. But once Neville's true personality was allowed to shine through in spite of the rumors, the others knew he was a really useful and kind engine after all! Neville is painted in the BR plain unlined black livery with the number 33010.
  • Rosie the Dock Engine - NWR No.45/BR No.30075: Rosie is a friendly little Southern Railway USA Class "Dock Tank" engine who idolises Thomas, and wants to be just like him. And although once, he was keen to get away from her, Rosie proved her worth by coming to the rescue and helping him when he ran into a landslide! Rosie is plucky and determined to do work that the bigger engines think she cannot. While trying to help Emily with the Funfair special, she ended up taking half of the train and losing the trucks when she strained the couplings. But, she knows the importance of being really useful and despite being young and inexperienced, she always tries to learn from her mistakes. Rosie is painted lavender with grey tank panels, gold boiler bands and red detailing on her wheels and metalwork.
  • Whiff the Garbage Engine - NWR/LNER No.66: Whiff is a kind hearted, but nevertheless naive little LNER Class X1 2-2-4T engine from the North Eastern Railway who often takes on some of the dirtier jobs on Sodor, which commonly involves taking the refuse to the dump at the Municipal Garbage Corporation. When Whiff first arrived on Sodor, some of the other engines thought his untidy and grubby appearance to be a great joke, but Whiff more than proved to them that looking splendid is no substitute for being a really useful and hard working engine! Nowadays, Whiff can be found shunting trucks at the Municipal Garbage Corporation with his friend Scruff, and often helped out by Warrior and Lord Stinker. Whiff is painted in a dark green livery with black and gold stripes and green wheels. He wears large spectacles on his smokebox.
  • Silly Billy - NWR No.32: Billy is an impetuous little Manning Wardle L Class tank engine, who thinks that he knows better than the other more experienced engines on the Island. When Billy first arrived on the Island, he wouldn't listen to a thing that Thomas advised him to do; he thought that he knew it all and Thomas was being a very bossy engine. However, Billy soon learnt his lesson when he ran out of coal and water, and realised that he didn't know as much as he first thought. He knows now to listen to the advice of his elders, and not to do things his own way! Billy is painted orange with green and yellow lining.
  • Sergeant Alistair the Army Engine: Alistair is a very strict Sergeant-like War Department Austerity 2-8-0 engine. He is very bossy and caused a lot of mishaps. After being spoken to severly, Alistair soon made up for his behaviour when Gordon broke down pulling the Express, and making him a welcome visitor to the Sodor Railway. Painted in dark green with the sergeant rank painted on his tender sides. Has a small mustache above his lips.
  • Stanley the Silver Engine - NWR No.31: Stanley is a Hudswell Clarke/Kitson hybrid engine who was brought to Sodor to help during the reconstruction of Great Waterton, and soon became very popular among the engines. At first, Thomas was jealous, but he soon found that Stanley is a hard working, friendly, determined and resourceful engine who will do his utmost to help his friends out of jams and tricky situations, and that's what makes him so likable. Stanley is painted silver all over with red wheels and lining. He has a red running plate with a dark grey basecoat, and his name on each side of his saddletank.
  • Hank the Giant American Engine - PRR No.1361: Hank is a big, bold Pennsylvania Railroad K4 blue engine from the United States of America, and is easily the biggest engine ever to tread wheel on Sodor. Hank means well in his manner and is always willing to help the smaller engines with their duties, as shown when he first arrived and had to help Thomas out when the plucky little tank engine took on more than he could handle. Hank is painted dark blue with red wheels, a red cowcatcher and red lining.
  • Flora the Yellow Steam Tram - NWR No.46: Flora is a cheerful and attentive little Moseley Road Tramway Steam Tram who has been brought to help work on the new Great Waterton Tramway, working alongside Toby as Sodor's other steam tram. When Flora first arrived on Sodor, she helped Toby lead the first annual Great Waterton parade with the other engiens, and recieved her very own special green Tram Car to perform her passenger duties. Flora is painted bright yellow with green and white lining, red cowcatchers and sideplates and green boards on her roof reading "Sodor Tramways".
  • Victor the Steamworks Engine: Victor is a small Hispanic ALCO engine from Cuba, who was brought to Sodor by Sir Topham Hatt to help run the Crovan's Gate Steamworks. Victor is kind, friendly and always willing to provide advice, guidance and help to the other engines whenever he feels they require it. He keeps a particularly watchful eye over Kevin, as the young crane tries to find his around, while muddling through his mistakes and mishaps. But although Victor is friendly, he takes work very seriously and stands no nonsense whatsoever from troublemakers, particularly the naughty diesels! Victor is the only narrow gauge engine in Sir Topham Hatt's engine fleet. Victor is painted dark red with yellow stripes, and black and yellow hazard stripes on his bufferbeams. The side of his cab has the Crovan's Gate Steamworks logo.
  • Charlie the "Fun" Engine - NWR No.14: Charlie is a Manning Wardle L Class tank engine that is well known on the mainland for being the most fun engine ever, and is the favorite engine of the mainland controller. He came to Sodor to help Sir Topham Hatt, and had heard that Thomas was even more fun than he was. But after his first day on Sodor, Thomas and the other engines taught Charlie that work has to come before play if you want to be a really useful engine. So while Charlie is still a fun loving scamp eager for play, he knows also that working hard is more important than "playing" hard. Often does deliverys for the Melon Produce Company. Charlie is painted purple with gold and light purple trim and red wheels; he has the number fourteen painted in gold on his sides.
  • Bash & Dash the Logging Twins - NWR Nos. 43 and 44: Bash & Dash are the mischievous Bear Harbour Lumber Co. No.1 'Gypsy' Logging Loco Twins, who know each other so well that they often finish one another's sentences. They were sent to Misty Island along with Ferdinand for not behaving and being really useful whilst working on the mainland, and because the engines have no rules to abide by on Misty Island, they live for fun and play. Very little work was done until Thomas landed there, and taught the twins that being really useful can be fun too. Now, they all work very hard with Ferdinand to please Sir Topham Hatt. Bash's boiler, wheels, and lining are painted grey, his cab and dome are painted yellow, while Dash's boiler, wheels, and lining are painted yellow, his cab and dome are painted grey. They both have a semi-circular symbol depicting three yellow trees with two brown axes crossing each other on the right sides of their cabs. Dash has freckles, whereas Bash doesn't.
  • Ferdinand the Climax Engine - NWR No.42: Ferdinand is the biggest and most senior member of the Misty Island Logging Locos. He's a gentle giant Climax C Logging Locomotive with a big heart, who can make special tweeting noises with his whistle. But despite being the oldest and the biggest of the Logging Locos, he will quite often let the younger and more boisterous Bash & Dash take the lead in most situations. A quiet old engine, he doesn't say much, and quite often will be heard saying "That's right!" Ferdinand is painted teal with grey lining. He has a semi-circular symbol depicting three yellow trees with two brown axes crossing each other on both sides of his cab and tender.
  • Scruff "the Scruncher" - NWR No.77: Scruff is a boxy Sentinel 100 HP "BE Type" chain-driven vertical-boiler industrial strength steam engine. He was brought to Sodor to work at the Municipal Garbage Corporation. He hates being cleaned and, when Thomas once tried to have him cleaned, he ran away and hid in a siding until he was coaxed out with the promise of being allowed to shunt rubbish trucks. He once had to go to the Crovan's Gate Steamworks to have his "scruncher" mended, and later that day, he helped Gordon tidy up the waste dump before the Inspector arrived. Scruff is painted lime green with dark green stripes. He has gold name plates on either side of his tanks.
  • Belle the Fire-fighting Engine - NWR No.6120/BR No.80010: Belle is a big blue British Railways Standard Class 4 tank engine with added water cannons and fire hoses fixed on her side tanks, and a brass bell above her cab who helps Thomas and Percy put out a fire at the old farm shed. Belle is painted blue with red and brass fittings, and the 6120 painted on his sides, previously BR black.
  • Den and Dart the Dieselworks Engines - NWR Nos. D12 and D13: Den is a Rolls Royce Sentinel Diesel-Hydraulic 0-4-0 engine who runs the Vicarstown Dieselworks... when Diesel 10 is not around. Den is slow and thoughtful. Den is painted NWR orange and grayish-blue with the Vicarstown Dieselworks logo on his sides. Dart is a rather clumsy but kind-hearted Baguley Drewery/GEC traction 0-4-0 diesel. Dart is Den's fast and feisty assistant at the Dieselworks. Dart has worked with Den for so long...he can read Den's mind or engine. Dart is painted NWR yellow and red with white lining and the Vicarstown Dieselworks logo on the sides of his cab.
  • Chief the Fire-fightning Engine]: Chief is a small red LNWR 1185 Class tank engine with fire hoses fixed on his side tanks, and a brass bell above his cab, like Belle. He is kind-hearted, good-natured and always learns a lesson. Chief is painted white and red with yellow lining and blue wheel rims and the logo of "Sodor Search and Rescue Centre" establishment on his side tanks. At the top of his forehead, he has the rim of a fire chief's hat.
  • Sidney the Blue Diesel - NWR No.D15: Nicknamed "Sid", Sidney can be a bit of a forgetful BR Class 09 diesel shunter with a rounded face at the top shaped like an arched window. He starts his day at one location and ends up at another, not remembering how he got there! Sidney is painted blue with orange lining and a warning panel underneath his face.
  • Norman the Red Diesel - BR No.11002: Nicknamed "Norm", Norman is a Bulleid Diesel engine who often breaks down. If he were fixed properly, he would show what a Really Useful Engine he is. Norman is painted red with yellow lining. He also has a prominent unibrow.
  • Paxton the Green Diesel - NWR No.D16: Nicknamed "Pax", Paxton is a young, gentle BR Class 10 Diesel shunter who likes the Steamies, especially Thomas. He can be a bit gullible, which enables other diesels to take advantage of him. Paxton is painted geen with lime lining.
  • 13 the Unlucky Engine - NWR No.13: No. 13 is an unlucky LNER Class J52 engine but with a 0-4-2 wheel arrangement and no cab. When he first arrived he caused trouble for Thomas and Percy. He had a lot of trouble, until he was a display at the Sodor museum, his bad luck had left him forever. He is painted NWR black with red lining.
  • Zack the J83 Tank Engine - NWR No.15: Zack is a blue LNER Homless Class J83 tank engine. He is small, but very powerful. Zack is kind and gentle like Boco, even the trucks do not play tricks on him. Zack is also a member of Norramby branch line, and likes working with Molly the Holden D16. He appears to have a crush on her. Zack is painted NWR blue with dark yellow wheel trims and yellow lining.
  • Becky the Dean Goods 2301 Engine - NWR No.16/GWR No.2516: Becky is a GWR 2301 Class Dean Goods engine. She's one of the younger engines, and is Duck's girlfriend. Becky's best friends are Duck, Oliver, Molly and Thomas. She is painted GWR green livery.
  • Edwin the V3 Tank Engine - NWR No.19: A LNER Gresley Class V3 2-6-2T, Edwin is a powerful mixed traffic tank engine. He pulls goods trains with Stanley, and takes Annie, Brittany and Clarabel when Thomas is ill or away. He is painted black with red lining.
  • Wendy the Purple and Yellow Engine - NWR No.20/LSWR/SR No.120/BR No.30120: Wendy is a friendly purple and yellow LSWR Drummond Class T9 4-4-0 tender engine. When she had arrived, Stanley shown the upmost respect for her, and admitted his feelings for her. Wendy is painted NWR violet with yellow wheels and white lining.
  • Danni the Caledonian Single - NWR No.26/CR No.123/1123/LMS No.14010: Danni is a beautiful and kind-hearted blue Caledonian Railway Single 123 4-2-2 tender engine. She is in love with Gordon when she first saw him but she gets nervous around him and sometimes her face turns flushed red. Danni's also the only one who never teased Gordon at all and she became Gordon's girlfriend after she saved his life or even stood up for him. She is painted NWR royal blue with red lining.
  • Harley the Red Tank Engine - NWR No.37: A NWR 4-2-2 well tank engine, Harley is the newest engine on Sodor, and also the most easily freaked-out. He is constantly late with all his trains and for meetings. The other engines feel sorry for his lateness, but James cannot help teasing him about it. Harley is painted NWR red and yellow with yellow lining and wheels and black footplate.
  • Erin the S&M Tender Engine - NWR No.38/S&M No.7: Erin is a kind-hearted and helpful S&M 2-2-2 Single tender engine to her friends, but can be very sensitive and shy. She is the only female engine who thinks James is cool, and has feelings for him. Her best friends are Percy, Thomas and Lady. Erin was built by the Sodor and Mainland Railway in 1882, originally engine number 5. When the box tanks were scrapped, Erin became number 2 in 1910. Before closure of the S&MR, she had a terrible accident in 1914, and withdrawn from service. However, in 2009, Percy discovered her, and promised to keep it a secret from Sir Topham Hatt. When found out by Alfred, Percy reluctantly told Sir Topham Hatt who understood, and now Erin is a really useful engine again and works on Edward's branchline as a mixed traffic engine. She is painted NWR red with yellow lining and black footplate, previously S&M green.
  • Zoey the Dark Green Tank Engine - NWR No.50: A LB&SCR Billinton Class E4 0-6-2T, Zoey is Thomas' little sister. Despite being his little sister, she was built before him. She is fun-loving and feisty, and has a crush on Stepney. Thomas is very protective of her. Zoey is painted NWR dark green with red and yellow lining.
  • Penny the M7 Tank Engine - NWR/LSWR/SR No.53/BR No. 30053: Penny is a LSWR Drummond Class M7 0-4-4T. She is painted NWR blue with red lining (originally SR green with white lining).
  • Morgan the Mines Engine - NWR No.58: Morgan is a LMS Fowler dock 0-6-0T. He is painted NWR black with red lining.
  • Arnold the Mute Tank Engine - NWR No.61: Arnold is a Manning Wardle L Class 0-6-0ST. He is painted NWR blue with indigo wheels and lining.
  • Neil the S&M Box Tank - NWR No.64/S&M No.2: Built in the 1860s, Neil was part of the Sodor and Mainland Railway and helped to ferry Skarloey from the port of Kirkronan to his home at the Skarloey Railway terminus of Crovan's Gate. Neil is a Neilson and Co. 0-4-0 box tank with cab. He is painted NWR dark green.
  • Virgil the Gas Turbine Engine - NWR No.68: Virgil is a British Rail Gas Turbine 3 4-6-0. He is painted NWR deep blue with black wheels.
  • Harry the J50 - NWR No.75/EVR No.14: Harry is a LNER Gresley Class J50 0-6-0T. He is painted NWR red with blue and yellow lining and black footplate.
  • Ichigo the Japanese Tank Engine - TIR/NWR No.84: Ichigo is a rebuilt JNR Class C12 2-6-2T. She is painted NWR red with blue and yellow lining and black footplate.
  • Sarah the Holden B12 - NWR No.85/LNER No.8500/BR No.61500: Sarah is a kind-hearted and caring LNER Holden Class B12 4-6-0 tender engine, and won't stand any kind of bullying. She can be upset if something bad happens, and feels inferior to the others. However, Sarah is not afraid to stand up for herself, and is willing to protect herself and her friends from danger. She is painted LNER apple green with white and black lining.
  • Jackie the Robinson O4 - NWR No.86: Jackie is a LNER Robinson Class O4. She is painted NWR black with red lining.
  • Gwen the Black Engine - NWR No.87: Gwen is Molly's younger sister. She was built in 1984, as a replica for the LNER Claud Hamilton. She's a goth engine, which is evident through her wearing of black make-up and black paint scheme. Despite her often morbid and broodily personality, she is quite friendly and loves her big sister Molly beyond anything. Still, she can be get very creepy at times and is not afraid to speak her mind. She is painted NWR black.
  • Joe the J88 Tank Engine - NWR No.88: Joe is a LNER Class J88 0-6-0. He is painted NWR red with gold lining and black footplate.
  • Estrella the Gypsy Engine - NWR No.96/TK&ELR No.5: Estrella is a TK&ELR 4-4-2 tender engine. She is painted NWR dark green with yellow stripes and brown footplate.
  • Betty the Small Engine - SCC No.3: A new addition to the Sodor China Clay Company and a Peckett 0-4-0T No. 1900, Betty was built to a design that's seen at the Buckimhamshire Railway Center, known as 'The Flying Bufferbeam', name so because she's actually even smaller than the China Clay twins. Despite her size, she's rather powerful and when starting work at Brendam Docks, gave the twins quite a shock while she was shunting, gave them the impression that the trucks were moving on their own, much to the amusement of Edward and Boco. Betty is ainted orange-golden-yellow with red lining. She has a brown nameplate with yellow writing, "SCC" written on her sides in yellow. She has a number plate reading 3 above both the back of her cab and her face.
  • John the BR Class 09 - NWR No.D11: John is a BR Class 09. He is painted in a BR brunswick green livery.
  • Matt the Diesel Railcar - NWR No.D14/BR No.55976: Matt is a BR Class 127 diesel multiple unit who failed to force Gordon to take his railtour train. He is painted in a British Rail "Rail Blue" livery with yellow warning panels.
  • Shamus the Snow Machine: Shamus is a NWR snow machine. He is painted NWR black with blue lining.
  • Andrew the Peel Godred Engine - NWR No.E1: Andrew is a Edwardian-styled Bo-Bo locomotive. He is painted BR gray with yellow, red and white lining.
  • Rowan the Peel Godred Engine - NWR No.E2: Rowan is a Edwardian-styled Bo-Bo locomotive. He is painted in a BR green and yellow livery.
  • Phillip the Peel Godred Engine - NWR No.E3: Phillip is a Edwardian-styled Bo-Bo locomotive. He is painted in a BR blue and white livery.
  • Alexis the Peel Godred Engine - NWR No.E4: Alexis is a Edwardian-styled Bo-Bo locomotive. He is painted in a BR yellow and gray livery.
  • Jasmine the GG1 - NWR No.E5: Jasmine is a shy, but kind-hearted Pennsylvania Railroad GG1 electric engine. She will help any engine out of a situation, as James found out! Diesel appears to have a big fear of Jasmine, and thinks he will be replaced and not the steam engines. She is painted NWR dark green with red lining.
  • Afternoon Sun: Afternoon Sun is a SR Bulleid Leader Class 0-6-6-0. He is painted NWR green with yellow and red lining.
  • Harriet the W&SR Engine - W&SR No.4: Harriet is a LNER Class J92/Z4 0-6-0 crane tank. She is painted dark blue with white lining.
  • "Coffee_Pots" Jake the Coffee Pot - TK&ELR No.3: Jake is a Coffee Pot. He is painted black with a brown boiler.
  • Jinty - NWR No.57/BR No.47675: A LMS Fowler Class 3F 0-6-0T, Jinty is a cheerful, cheeky chappy and a former station pilot for Tidmouth Station. Industrious and hard working, Jinty is now based on Edward's Branch Line, where he takes primary responsibility for passenger services between Wellsworth and Brendam, as well as supplementing Edward and BoCo with goods duties when required to do so. Jinty is painted NWR red with blue and yellow lining (originally BR black).
  • Marklin - NWR No.80: Marklin is a BR 80 0-6-0 tank engine. He is painted NWR black with red lining.
  • Mike the E2 Tank Engine - NWR/BR No.32106/LBSCR No.106/SR No.2106: A LB&SCR Class Billinton E2 0-6-0T, Mike is Thomas' cousin. He is painted NWR blue with red lining.
  • Nicolas the Steam Coach - TK&ELR No.5: Nicolas is a TK&ELR 0-4-4-0 steam coach. He is painted NWR orange with black wheels and yellow lining.
  • Prudence the W&SR Engine - W&SR No.1: Prudence is a LNER Class J92/Z4 0-6-0 crane tank. She is painted dark blue with white lining.
  • Pug: Pug is a LMS 0F Kitson 0-4-0ST. He is painted NWR blue with red lining (originally BR black).

NWR Rolling Stock

  • Express Coaches: These form the fast and important passenger trains and are normally pulled by Gordon, James, or Henry. Several of these coaches form the express, known as the "Wild Nor' Wester" - usually pulled by Gordon, although Henry and James take the train when Gordon is busy. They are painted either maroon with with a yellow stripes, green or red with custard-yellow or white window surrounds. The green version is primarily used for the express while the red version is used for other fast trains and occasionally used for the express. The express coaches are based on SR Maunsell Stock, LNER Gresley and GWR Suburban with added corridor sections onto the ends of the coaches and the larger windows of corridors stock on the far sides.
    • Gordon's special coaches: These 5 coaches are Gordon's special coaches, which he uses to take his trains. They are painted dark blue with an orange stripe under the windows. These coaches are based on London and North Eastern Railway Gresley suburban stock with added corridor sections onto the ends of the coaches and the larger windows of corriders stock on the far sides. This train is usually full of people from England, Wales and Scotland.
  • Troublesome Trucks: The "Rascals of the Railway", the Troublesome Trucks come in all shapes, sizes and types, and love to cause grief and despair for whichever engine has to take them out. They have been known to cause constant accidentts if their engine is careless and annoy them most by singing rude songs, loud and long! Only the most experienced and strongest of engines can keep them in order and they are quick not to fool with those who do!
    • Cattle trucks: Cattle trucks are used to carry cows and other animals; some even carry animals for the circus. A herd of cows once broke through a train of these being pulled by Edward.
    • China Clay trucks: The Sodor China Clay Company owns several trucks used to carry chinaclay, though they have been seen carrying scrap and other materials on occasion.
    • Ffarquhar Quarry Co. trucks: The Ffarquhar Quarry Co. trucks carry stone from Anopha Quarry. They have "FQC" written on both sides.
    • Brakevans: The brakevan is an important part of a goods train. It carries the guard and is equipped with a strong brake to assist with slowing and stopping the train. From here, the guard can keep an eye on the train in case of problems.
    • James' new trucks: James received eight blue trucks from the Fat Controller. James had them stay clean, but, after seeing that Thomas' trucks would rather feel useful than clean, James' trucks decided to do the same and caused James to have an accident with fruit.
    • Thomas' new trucks: Thomas got eight new trucks after his old ones were deemed too old and unreliable. Thomas tried to get his new trucks to stay clean, but they thought otherwise. Eventually, Thomas decided his new trucks would rather feel useful than clean.
    • Tankers
      • Tar tankers: Tar wagons are painted black with "TAR" written on the sides in white. James once crashed into some after losing control of his trucks.
      • Milk tankers: The milk wagons are used to carry milk from local farms to the dairy at Elsbridge. Toby collects one from the dairy each morning on his way to Anopha with the quarrymen, and leaves it at Ffarquhar to be loaded. After being loaded, the van is coupled behind Clarabel and taken to the dairy on Thomas' first train. While Thomas was away having his front mended, a diesel railcar named Daisy was brought to do his work. Daisy, who was then a lazy sort, did mind, and refused to pull the van, and so much to their annoyance Toby and Percy had to make special trips to deliver the milk. However, now that Daisy has learnt sense, she sometimes takes the milk instead of Thomas. They have a logo of a cow in a blue circle.
      • Fuel tankers: The fuel tankers are painted yellow with pictures of fire in red diamonds and a red gas can on both sides. They are used to transport fuel.
      • Oil tankers: The oil tankers are painted black with an oil rig with oil coming out of it on a golden circle on the side. There are also a number of older, dirtier oil tankers that can be seen around Sodor. The utmost care must be taken with these in case of fire, as James once found out when his tankers caught fire one day.
      • Raspberry tankers: These wagons are painted pink with raspberries pictured on the sides.
      • Cream tankers: These wagons are white with milk churns pictured on the side.
      • Jam tankers: Jam wagons carry jam. They are painted silver.
      • Toffee tankers: The toffee wagons are painted orange.
    • "The Flying Kipper": The Flying Kipper is the railwaymen's nickname for the goods train which carries fish from Tidmouth to the mainland.
    • Flatbeds and Wellwagons: These types of trucks are used for transporting large items such as cars, tractors and heavy machinery.
    • Bolster trucks: Trucks used to carry long objects like logs, girders and pipes.
  • Rocky the Breakdown Crane: Rocky is a cheerful big crane who wants to be friends with everyone on Sodor. When he first arrived, some of the engines thought that because Rocky couldn't move on his own, he wouldn't be useful, but he soon proved everyone wrong when he managed to clear a pile of pipes off the line and lift Gordon back onto the track! Now everyone knows Rocky is a really useful crane, used greatly for maintenance and rescue operations around the NWR. Rocky is painted burgundy with yellow hazard stripes.
  • Annie & Clarabel: Annie & Clarabel are Thomas' faithful coaches, given to him to carry passengers on his branchline. Annie is the oldest of the two. She can only carry passengers and travels nearest to Thomas, while Clarabel carries passengers, luggage and the conductor. Both are quite old, but they and Thomas have a good friendship and often act as voices of reason whenever Thomas gets worried or above himself. Annie and Clarabel are painted maroon with a yellow stripe and their names written in white on their sides.
  • Red coaches: The red coaches are usually pulled by Duck and Oliver on their branchline, but are also used by the smaller engines on the mainline. They were often seen scattered around the yard with trucks. The red coaches are based on LBSCR Stroudley 4-wheel coaches.
  • Henrietta: Henrietta is Toby's coach and faithful companion. Toby is attached to her and can tell how she is feeling. Henrietta was very lucky to live on Sodor with Toby when their old line closed, and was glad to miss being made into a henhouse! Henrietta is painted orange with brown cabin and red bufferbeam.
  • Isabel & Toad: Isabel & Toad escaped from scrap along with Oliver. The three of them are very good friends as Isabel carries passengers and uses her bell to talk to Oliver if something is wrong, while Toad helps to keep Oliver's trucks in order. Both are known to be very pleasant and arguably protective over Oliver's best interests, particularly when he finds himself running into trouble! Toad is an elderly brakevan who has much respect for all engines, referring to them as "Mister" or "Miss", as he does so when speaking to "Mr. Oliver". Isabel is painted in the Great Western's chocolate-brown and cream livery, while Toad is painted grey with "GW 56831" and "20 tons" written on the side in white.
  • Alice & Mirabel: Alice and Mirabel are two red/cream Express Coaches pulled by Duck on his branchline. They were rescued from scrap by Sir Topham Hatt and given to Duck to use on the Little Western.
  • Mail trucks: Mail coaches used to run in a special night train in the charge of Thomas or Percy, but in recent seasons the train is pulled in broad daylight and Percy is almost always in charge, although Oliver, James and Edward have taken the train on occasion. They are red with an evenlope with wings on the sides.
  • Old Slow Coach: Old Slow Coach was a wonderful Luxury Coach in the old days. She would travel on fine Great Western/Victorian lines then, but as time went on she was soon branded as Old Fashioned and spent most of her lonely years in a scrap yard, waiting for her fate. But luckily, Thomas and Percy discovered her and had her restored to her natural beauty, where she is still useful around Sodor - as a special coach which Gordon brings for Thomas at 3:30 pm. Old Slow Coach is painted in the Great Western's chocolate and cream livery.
  • Emily’s Coaches: These six-wheeled green-and-cream coaches were given to Emily after she saved Oliver and Toad from being in an accident after stranding on the cross points.
  • Spencer's special coach: Spencer has his own coach for when the Duke and Duchess of Boxford go on holiday.
  • Hector the Coal Hopper: Hector is one of the biggest and most modern trucks on the NWR. When he first arrived, he was one of the most fearsome and terrifying trucks that the engines had ever encountered. Thomas soon found that Hector never meant to scare anyone, but that he was actually scared of being filled with coal for the first time. Now Hector is as useful as can be, and is no longer afraid of trying new things! Hector is painted black with "HECTOR" painted on both sides in white. His name stands for "Heavily Engineered Coal Truck On Rails".
  • Flora's tram car: Flora's tram car is a double-decker green coach, and is her pride and joy. It was given to her at the opening of the Great Waterton Tramway.
  • Circus/Funfair trucks: The circus/funfair trucks are very popular with the engines. They are made up of colourful open wagons, vans, and flatbeds. They carry everything for the circus. Funfairs usually consist of carousels, roller coasters, bumper cars, a ferris wheel, the Chinese Dragon and a fireworks display.
    • Chinese Dragon: The Chinese Dragon can also be lit up inside to become illuminated. It is popular with funfair specials. The Chinese Dragon can move its head and dance about. The Chinese Dragon is yellow with red and green detail.
    • Fireworks vans: The fireworks vans carry fireworks for Halloween celebrations, harvest festivals and funfairs.
  • Pump Car: Pump cars are used by workmen to travel on rails without an engine.

Workshop Engines

  • Oni: Oni is a little tank engine who once worked on a brewery tramway, and now is the Works's personal locomotive that delivers parts and supplies wherever they are needed. Oni is fun-loving and mischievous, and he almost always has a goofy smile on his face. He's especially infamous for his annoying laugh. Oni is based on the locomotives that worked on the Guiness Bewery Tramways. They were 1f 10in in gauge and could also be loaded onto a special flatcar that allowed them to work on the nearby broad gauge track as well.
  • Vincent - EVR No.11: Vincent is a very thoughtful LSWR Class T9 engine and a bit conceited. He is painted green with red lining.
  • Dale - EVR No.10: Dale was a main LNER Class A3 express engine and very rude and sent away in disgrace. He is painted red with yellow lining and black footplate.
  • Bob - EVR No.9: Bob was a very anxious LNWR 1185 engine and tended to jump to conclusions at times. He is painted blue with red lining.
  • Kenny - EVR No.7: A L&YR Class 25, Kenny is least confident and weakest of the engines, James' brother. He is painted orange with yellow and black lining and black footplate.

Visiting Engines

  • Diesel 199: This British Rail Class 46 diesel came from the Mainland along with Bear, and managed to cause uproar in the sheds amongst the engines. But during his stay, the arrogant diesel failed, which led to Murdoch having to form a "Super Rescue" by hauling both him and Bear and their trains to Knapford. Diesel 199 was terribly embarrassed, and thus was sent home immediately. Painted in the BR's "Rail Blue" livery with yellow warning panels. Unlike his Railway Series counterpart, Diesel 199 has a grey face and is weathered with dirt and face stubble.
  • Spencer the Streamliner: Being an LNER A4 Pacific, Spencer is a cousin of Gordon's. Spoilt and big headed, he is the Duke and Duchess of Boxford's private engine, and he takes them everywhere they go. Gordon felt threatened when he learned that Spencer was the fastest engine in the world - faster than him even! But in spite of his endless bragging, it doesn't take too long before Spencer is put in his place, thanks to his own self-importance and stupidity. However, he has shown that he does have a level of cunning and intelligence when he tried to stop Thomas from getting Hiro repaired. Spencer is painted silver with blue-grey cylinders and wheels and black lining.
  • Hiro the Japanese Engine - No.51: Hiro is a gentle giant JNR Class D51 Mikado Type 2 engine who came from Japan to work on the NWR when it first opened back in the 1800s. Hiro was the strongest engine in Japan, and earned his name, "Master of the Railway" both there and on Sodor. But Hiro began to break down and he was laid aside to await the arrival of parts from Japan...which sadly never came. Hiro was lost for a very long time, but was eventually rediscovered by Thomas who tried to restore him to his former glory. Hiro became a friend to all of the engines throughout this time, but he eventually wanted to go home to Japan. Now a welcome visitor, Thomas is keen to remind him - Sodor would always be his home too. Hiro is painted black with gold bands and fittings and red wheels. His name is written in black on gold nameplates, on his smoke deflectors. He has the number "51" painted on the sides of his tender in white.

Real Engines

  • Stepney the "Bluebell" Engine - LBSCR No.55: Stepney is a LB&SCR A1 Terrier engine from the Bluebell Railway in Sussex. He was the first engine on his new Heritage Railway to be "saved" from scrap, and remains a popular fixture on the railway to this day. Stepney is cheerful, enthusiastic and loves to work. During his visits to Sodor, he has run a special train for an important person - which caused Thomas to be shunted on his own branchline; accidentally held up a Cricket match when he took their "one and only ball" for a ride down the line, and helped Duck pull a heavy train when a boastful diesel became indisposed...however, he almost came to a sticky end when he met 'Arry & Bert at the smelters...but luckily, he was saved again by Sir Topham Hatt! Stepney was painted in the ochre locomotive livery of the LB&SCR, formally known as "Stroudley's Improved Engine Green".
  • Wilbert the Forest Engine - No.3806: An Hunslet Austerity 0-6-0ST engine from the Mainland who came to help on Sodor when Donald and Douglas couldn't manage the goods work alone, when he found his line too short. He's a stronger engine than he seems and is very organised when handling difficult, hard jobs. Wilbert is painted navy with red lining and black wheels. He also has red nameplates with gold writing. His nameplates have the words "Rev. W. Awdry" underneath "Wilbert".
  • Tornado the Peppercorn Engine - LNER No.60163: Tornado is a LNER Peppercorn Class A1 tender locomotive who was recently built - years after Murdoch's relative Evening Star was built - and named by The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. Comes to visit the NWR, bringing the Chipmunks and Chipettes with her, as well as the newly weds, Prince William of Wales and Kate Middleton. Becomes friends with the engines, especially Gordon when he learned Tornado is a cousin of his whose class had to be rebuilt. Tornado is painted in a British Railways Apple Green livery with 'British Railways' on her tender sides. She also has the "A1 Steam Locomotive Trust" headboard atop of her forehead.

Skarloey Railway

The Skarloey Railway is a narrow gauge railway which runs from the North Western Railway's station at Crovan's Gate to Skarloey. Beyond Skarloey, the line continues to a slate quarry. The railway is owned by Mr. Percival.

The line was inspired by and based on the Talyllyn Railway in Wales, where the Reverend W. Awdry worked as a guard in the 1950s.

  • Skarloey & Rheneas the Old Engine Brothers - SR Nos. 1 & 2: Skarloey - a Fletcher-Jennings Class C saddletank - and his brother Rheneas - a Fletcher-Jennings Class Bb tank - are the oldest engines on the Skarloey Railway both built in 1865, and approaching 150 years old like their brothers Talyllyn and Dolgoch on the Talyllyn Railway within the next decade! Skarloey maybe old and tires out easily, but he always helps his friends and nevers stands for any nonsense whatsoever. He is a great with Edward, who used to bring passengers to travel on Skarloey and Rheneas' trains years ago. This little old engine has great respect for all railway staff and knows the importance of passengers being their "coal and water" to heep their wheels running. Rheneas is a real "Gallant Little Engine". Many years ago, he helped to keep the railway open by bringing his passengers home on one cylinder. As a reward, he was sent away for repairs and was warmly welcomed back 7 years later. A brave, daring little engine, Rheneas has always brought his train on time and never gives up the fight. Skarloey is painted in the Skarloey Railway's red livery and blue-and-yellow lining with his name painted in gold on his saddletank, while Rheneas is painted vermilion with blue and yellow lining. Before 1987, Rheneas was painted in the Skarloey Railway's red livery and blue-and-yellow lining.
  • Sir Handel the Dark Blue Engine - SR/MSR No.3: Being a Hughes "Falcon" saddletank and formerly named "Falcon", Sir Handel worked Duke's old line and, like Peter Sam, was kept in his place by Duke. Despite being one of the more elderly engiens on the Skarloey Railway, he is rater "highly sprung", believing only what he thinks is right, and his bad temper normally ends him up in trouble. He was eventually sent to work in the slate quarry out the way where he came back a better engine...but he still shows traits of his previous behavior now and again! Sir Handel is painted blue with red and yellow lining. Before 1987, Sir Handel was painted in the Skarloey Railway's red livery and blue-and-yellow lining after arriving on the Skarloey Railway. Sir Haydn of the Talyllyn Railway is Sir Handel's twin.
  • Peter Sam the Dark Green Engine - SR/MSR No.4: Formerly named "Stuart", Peter Sam is a busy, bustling little Kerr Stuart "Tattoo" engine, who enjoys hard work and hardly grumbles. He was taught by Duke and has great respect for him. Although susceptible at times, he's a kind engine and always proves his worth by being a happy little worker. But life wasn't perfect for Peter Sam - following an accident with slate trucks, his funnel became damaged and wobbly; during winter, it broke off altogether thanks to an icicle in a tunnel. But luckily, he was given a "Special Funnel", which helps him work harder than ever. Peter Sam is painted in a dark green livery with red and yellow lining. Before 1987, Peter Sam was painted in the Skarloey Railway's red livery and blue-and-yellow lining after arriving on the Skarloey Railway. Edward Thomas of the Talyllyn Railway is Peter Sam's twin.
  • Rusty the Little Diesel - SR No.5: Rusty is a little Ruston-Hornsby Diesel engine, who was brought to help when Skarloey was sent for repairs. A friendly worker, he is constantly working up and down the line, repairing all the tracks, bridges and tunnels along the Skarloey Railway, keeping in generally maintained. Although sometimes given hassle by Duncan for being a diesel, Rusty's good nature often shrugs it off. Simply loves adventures and a true friend for life. Rusty has never subscribed to the Steamies vs. Diesels rivarly. He's always been a great friend to his fellow Skarloey Railway engines. Has a unique two-toned horn. Rusty is painted orange with yellow lining and white lettering. Before 1986, he was painted charcoal-black with gold lining. Midlander of the Talyllyn Railway is Rusty's twin.
  • Duncan the Amber Engine - SR No.6: Duncan was brought as a spare engine after Peter Sam's accident. He keeps busy and means well, but can be bouncy and rude, gruff in his attitude. He enjoys nothing more than doing his Rock 'n' Roll, which sometimes leads to his undoing, and hates not having a polish or being overworked. Overall, Duncan is a kind Andrew Barclay E Class tank engine who is a little misguided and misunderstood. Duncan is painted amber with black and gold lining. Before August 1994, he was painted in the Skarloey Railway's red livery and blue-and-yellow lining. Douglas of the Talyllyn Railway is Duncan's twin.
  • Duke the Wise Old Engine - SR No.8/MSR No.1: Duke is the oldest of the Skayloey engines (older than Skarloey and Rheneas even!), a George England Saddletank-tender engine built at the Boston Lodge works on the Ffestiniog Railway. He used to work on the Mid Sodor Railway with Stuart (Peter Sam) and Falcon (Sir Handel). But when their line closed, Duke was locked away in a shed and remained there long after his shed was hidden from view by trees and bushes. He was restored, however, 25 years later by travellers who rescued him and brought him to his new home. The other engines are fond of Duke and his tales of "His Grace" (the Duke of Sodor) - his insight and knowledge make him very wise indeed, despite sometimes mentioned by his nickname, "Granpuff". And whenever the other engiens do that he thinks is wrong he can be heard to remark, "That would never suit His Grace!" Duke is painted dark brown with red and yellow lining, and he has two red plaques on either side of his saddletank with his name written in gold. Before arriving on the Skarloey Railway, he was numbered one and had "The Duke" written on his sides and "MS" written on his tender. Prince of the Ffestiniog Railway is Duke's twin.
  • Fred the Little Diesel - SR No.9: Fred is a Hunslet Engine Co. 0-4-0 Diesel who arrived on the Skarloey Railway in 1989 from the National Coal Board as a secondary Diesel locomotive. He is a hybrid of the best parts of two machines, with a maximum speed of 9MPH and used exclusively for engineering work on the Railway. Fred is painted charcoal-black with yellow lining and white lettering.
  • Ivo Hugh - SR No.7: A Skarloey Railway tank engine, Ivo Hugh was built by the Skarloey Railway to help out with the additional traffic that has come to the line over the years. He was named after the Chief Engineer of the Maintenance Crew, Mr Hugh, who thought it a great honour to have an engine named after him. Ivo Hugh is painted in the Skarloey Railway's red livery with blue-and-yellow lining, later purple with yellow lining.
  • Mighty Mac the Double-Fairlie Engine - SR No.11: Mighty Mac are a Ffestiniog Double-Fairlie locomotive on the Skarloey Railway, with two boilers and two personalities! Mighty is the older of the two, while Max is the younger and more insensible end! When they arrived on the railway, neither end were able to agree on which way to go when taking passengers into the mountains, both have since learnt sense and have agreed to work together in future. Mighty Mac is painted royal blue with gold and orange lining. Mighty is the "older" of the two, and is distinguished by a small flick of hair. Mac is the "younger" half, and is distinguished by his youthful features, round nose and freckled cheeks.
  • "Fearless" Freddie the Warhorse Engine - SR/MSR No.7: Fearless Freddie is a Hunslet engine who has spent a great deal of time away from Sodor, and was once the fastest engine in the hills. But in his old age, Freddie soon discovers that he's not as fit and fast as he once was. But nonetheless, he's still knowledgable! Freddie is caring and friendly, and will always do his best for his friends, such as the times he looked out for a new bell for Mr. Percival's new bicycle, and when he tried to organise the Christmas Party at the Wharf for Colin. Freddie is painted grey with black and red lining, and a brass dome. He has black nameplates and numberplates with gold writing. Russell of the Welsh Highland Railway is Freddie's twin.
  • Helen the Pink Engine - SR No.12]: Helen is a 'Jeanette' 0-4-0, and Sir Handel's love interest. She is painted pink with red wheels, blue lining and gray sidetanks.
  • Mark: Mark V is a Permanent Way electric trolley used by the Thin Controller and Mr. Hugh. He is painted brown.

SR Rolling Stock

  • Agnes, Ruth, Lucy, Jemima & Beatrice - SR Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5: Agnes, Ruth, Lucy and Jemima are coaches on the Skarloey Railway, whilst Beatrice is a guard's van. They are all named after Sir Handel Brown's daughters (with exception to Jemima). The coaches like all the engines, Sir Handel least of all for referring to them as "cattle trucks". They also were mistrustful of Skarloey at first for being bouncy. Agnes is a deep-voiced first-class carriage who looks down on the others, who are third-class. Agnes appears to be the leader of the five. All four coaches look down on Beatrice, and claim that she "smells of fish and cheese". Beatrice is, however, very useful. She has a ticket booth and an emergency buzzer, and sometimes even carries passengers when the coaches are full. Agnes, Ruth, Lucy and Jemima are painted blue with cream windows. Beatrice is painted all blue.
  • Cora - SR No.6: Cora is a guard's van who was built by Falcon Works in 1885. She came from the Mid Sodor Railway while Skarloey was away in 1951. She is used for maintenance and goods trains, and is usually pulled by Rusty along with the NG Breakdown Train. She is painted grey, previously blue.
  • Ada, Jane and Mabel - SR Nos. 7, 8 and 9: Ada, Jane, and Mabel are three open carriages who where built for the Skarloey Railway while Skarloey was away. Ada, Jane, and Mabel are used for tourist traffic when it is sunny. Sir Handel first considered the coaches trucks because they had no roofs. When a documentary was made about the Skarloey Railway, the three had the honour of carrying the television equipment and cameras. They were later used for the same purpose when a documentary was made about Skarloey and Rheneas' hundredth birthday. Ada, Jane and Mabel are painted yellow and green with their names written on their backs in cursive, previously light blue.
  • Gertrude and Millicent - SR Nos. 10 and 11: Gertrude and Millicent are two coaches which the Skarloey Railway built while Skarloey was being mended. They run on bogies, which led Sir Handel to consider them the only "proper" coaches on the Skarloey Railway. They are painted red with a yellow stripes, previously blue with cream windows.
  • Slate Trucks: Slate trucks are the Skarloey Railway's main type of truck. Besides carrying slate, they have been known to carry broken branches and sheep.
  • D.Fusit Gunpowder tankers: These oddly-shaped trucks transport gunpowder.
  • Tea Room Special: Peter Sam tried to help the Refreshment Lady find a place for another tea room, with no success, but later had the idea to make the mobile tea room after seeing an old coach swept upon the tracks.
  • The Skarloey Railway breakdown train: The Skarloey Railway breakdown train is often hauled by Rusty.

Lower Valley Railway

  • Edward Mann - LVR No.1 - Edward Mann is the oldest engine of the Lower Valley Railway. He's a hard-working engine who knows the railway very well, and enjoys instructing the other engines on how to do things proper. This tends to make him an annoyance with other engines who think they know better. In particular, he dislikes Lewis the military engine, the only one of the narrow gauge engines that has ever talked back to him. He is based on "Thomas Bach" of the Llanberis Lake Railway.
  • Smudger - LVR/MSR No.2 - A Fletcher Jennings Bb2 0-4-0WT, Smudger came from the Island of Sodor, and has since become humbled by his experiences. Once a slacker and a showoff, he now does his best to keep busy to be a credit to the Railway. However, he still enjoys showing off on occasion. Despite minor problems for a start, Smudger soon proves to be Really Useful, and is repaired and rebuilt, and is given a new coat of blue paint with red stripes. He is especially close with Candy.
  • Candy - LVR No.3 -Candy is a vertical boiler locomotive originally built for the slate mines, but later became part of the Lower Valley Railway. Even though she's not as strong as the other engines, she does her best to maintain a positive attitude. She hated Smudger at one point, but after he proved himself to be Really Useful, the two have become close friends. She is based on the locomotive "Chanloner", but her name reflects the replica engine "Taffy".
  • Kudo - LVR No.4 - Kudo is a little old tank engine who once ran a tramway north of the valley. when it was closed, he was locked away in a shed and forgotten until one faithful day, when Lewis found him and brought him to the narrow gauge railway. Kudo was since restored and repainted, and has never felt better. He'll do all kinds of work, but enjoys pulling passengers most of all. Kudo is based on Japan's very own "Botchan Train".
  • Lewis - LVR No.5 - Lewis is a tank engine once owned by the Mainland's military, brought to the island by the Representative. With a sharp tongue and years of military service, Lewis is notorious for his attitude, thinking himself superior of the other engines. What he lacks in common sense he makes up for with his hard work and dedication. He is based on the same Baldwin tank engine as [1]], and his personality is based on Bluenose from TUGS.
  • Joel - LVR No.6 - Joel is a diesel engine who once worked far west on the Island, but was brought to work on the new coal mine. He was worn out beyond repair, so was sent to the Works to be fully rebuilt, and is now a far more reliable engine. He's always out to prove himself to others, even taking on jobs too big for his buffers. Joel is based on Moelwyn, a diesel engine built by Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia in 1918 and now works on the Ffestiniog Railway.
  • Ji Yeon - A quarry shunting engine who worked with Kudo when they were both young. Ji Yeon was meant to go to a Chinese railway, which closed down before she was completed, and was bought by the line's first Representative. During the war of 1936, she was stored away inside the last remaining quarry tunnel, and would not be rescued until nearly 30 years later, thanks to Daichi. She is based on Blanche of the Ffestiniog Railway.
  • Yume - Yume is a little tram coach that worked with Kudo on his old line. When the line was closed, she was left with him in a shed until Lewis found them and brought them to the Little Controller's railway. Yume has a special bell on her, which she can ring if the engine can't whistle or in emergency, and the Little Controller enjoys using her for special events. Yume is based on the tram coaches used on the Botchan Train.

Upper Valley Railway

  • Katsu - UVR No.1 - Katsu the mine engine was originally built for the Wild Rock Mine Company, but after his job was taken by the narrow gauge engines, he was sent to work at the Big Station. Katsu is small and squat, but has a rather large ego; he thinks no engine works as hard as he does, and he takes pride in nearly any job he's given. Katsu is based on the Peckett 0-4-0T No. 1900 locomotive, located at the Buckinghamshire Railway. This engine was built extremely short to cooperate with very low tunnel height restrictions.
  • Naomi - UVR No.2 - Naomi is a beautiful steam motor coach, and was the first engine brought to the Island by the Representative. She has her very own branch line of which she is enormously proud. She thinks herself as a very classy engine, and refuses to do goods work. She is based on the Ivatt GNR rail motor coaches, specifically the type used for No. 5 and 6.
  • Misaki - UVR No.3 - Misaki is a brand new tank engine that Smudger made friends with during his trip to the Island. She's chipper and bright, and enjoys pulling passenger trains most of all. She is always looking out for the narrow gauge engines, as she has something of a "big sister" attitude towards them. She is based on the LMS Fairburn 2-6-4T.
  • Morning Light - UVR No.4/SR No.36006 - Morning Light is an unusual locomotive rescued by the Representative, with the help of the narrow gauge engines. He hauls the biggest passenger and goods trains, but is prone to breaking down. He's a gentle giant by nature, and the other engines simply refer to him as "Akio". He is based on the experimental SR Leader class locomotive.
  • Ryu - UVR No.5 - The second engine built for the Mainland's line, Ryu is a medium-sized tender engine with a terrible attitude, boasting without focusing on his work. Ryu enjoys complaining as well, and easily makes molehills into mountains. Ryu is based on the JNR C50 class locomotive, and carries the number 50 on his tender.
  • Hideaki - UVR No.6 - The newest engine on the main line, Hideaki is a big and powerful engine, almost as strong as Hiro. When he first arrived, he was nervous about not being a Really Useful Engine, but eventually Shane helped to set him straight. After pulling the Express while moving the broken down Raiden and his train, Hideaki has gotten his confidence back...though he may be more proud and boastful than the other engines would like. He is based on the JNR Class 57 locomotive.
  • No. 12 - The third engine built for the Mainland's line, 12 is a tank engine. His whistle wouldn't work properly when he was first completed; although it's since been repaired, 12 is now "mute" and has not been given a name. No. 12 is based on the JNR C12 class locomotive.
  • Shane - The logging engine who lives at the Jobi Lumber Yards at the end of Naomi's branch line. Shane treks up and down the line each day, carrying heavy timber where other engines can't go. He has an old, wheezing voice, and likes to give the other engines advice. He is a Shay locomotive and based directly on the class C-80.

Sodor Shipping Company

After Captain Star brought Captain Zero to justice, the Star Fleet are recruited by the Sodor Shipping Company.

  • Ten Cents the Switcher Tug - No.1: Speaking in an East End Cockney accent, Ten Cents is Harbour Master Star's first tug, a switcher who is used for a wide variety of tasks around Brendam Docks. Good friends with Thomas because of the fact that they both have a tendency to be somewhat cheeky at times. Hercules often relies on Ten Cents to look after others such as Lillie or the ocean liners.
  • O.J. the Paddle-driven Harbour Tug - No.3: Oldest of Harbour Master Star's tugs, the Welsh accented O.J. is also Brendam Docks' only remaining Paddle-driven tug and the Star Fleet's "wise elder" with unbeatable wisdom. He is often described as "versatile, but slow". He is indeed capable of a variety of tasks, but is sometimes restricted by his age and mechanical condition. Often placed in charge of large operations, such as ocean liner docking maneuvers.
  • Warrior & Big Mac the Harbour Tug Brothers - Nos. 5 & 2: Two of Harbour Master Star's harbour tugs. The Glaswegian-accented Big Mac is the second strongest, usually given heavy loads, such as work from the Big Boulder Rock Company. The South London-accented Warrior usually does garbage detail, so he often works with Lord Stinker, Whiff and Scruff. Warrior is often clumsy but tries not to mess up.
  • Top Hat the Railway Tug - No.4: Speaking in an Upper Class (Posh English) accent, Top Hat is an uppity and snobbish railway tug with a monocle and top hat. Known to look down on everyone, both his friends and his foes, believing that he is the best tug in the Star Fleet! Mainly used for distributing railway stock with his barges Frank & Eddie.
  • Hercules the Ocean-going Tug - No.6: Speaking in a Politically Correct (P.C.) English accent, Hercules is Harbour Master Star's ocean-going tug and his largest vessel. He is often used for large-scale operations and important contracts. During periods of bad weather he is out at sea answering distress calls, and is often sent out to escort large vessels into Brendam Docks.
  • Sunshine the Small Switcher - No.7: Speaking in a Geordie accent, Sunshine is the smallest and youngest of Harbour Master Star's switchers. She usually works with Ten Cents, whether it's towing barges to liner docking operations. Sunshine can be occasionally cheeky at times, but she is very strong willed.
  • Grampus the Midget Submarine: Speaking in a Central English accent (with a noticeable lisp), Grampus is a midget submarine formerly part of the Navy. He is a very close friend of the Star Fleet and has helped them out in various situations.

Sodor Construction Company

The Sodor Construction Company also known as Packard and Co. and "The Pack", is a company owned by Jenny Packard. The construction company, first conceived by Jenny's father, Mr. Packard, involves various work such as building, demolishing, and transportation.

  • Jack the Front Loader - No.11: Jack is a Nuffield Tractor-esque front loader and the newest addition of the Pack. He’s very active and enjoys hard work. He learned all about the importance of “Safety First” on his first day when he had an accident whilst trying to do the work of a bigger and more capable machine. Despite that, he's a keen and enthusiastic worker and a good friend to Thomas and the other Pack members. Jack also helped to lead The Pack during the construction of Great Waterton, rallying the others to do a good job for Thomas and Stanley. Jack is painted red with the top half of his cab painted cream. He has his number painted in white on his sides.
  • Byron the Bulldozer - No.18: Bryon is a mighty bulldozer. He’s one of the oldest machines on the site and likes nothing better than showing the other machines how to do a good job, whether it be moving rock or leveling site foundations for the important building work to begin. But while Byron takes a great deal of pride in his own work, he bears in mind that he's part of a team, and works hard for Miss Jenny alongside the other Pack members. Byron is yellow with a black cab with a number 18 painted on the sides of his cab in yellow.
  • Kelly the Crane Truck - No.17: Kelly the crane is large and strong and can lift just about anything. Kelly is the oldest member of the Pack, having been the first machine that Miss Jenny's father ever bought to work on his team, and uses her experience to guide the others and help them when they're all working together on jobs. Kelly is dark blue with a cream crane arm and red lining. Her wheels are dark blue with red lining. She has the number 17 painted on her sides in white.
  • Alfie the Excavator - No.12: Alfie is an 1960 K1C10&K excavator and lives to the motto - “More Work means more Dirt! More Dirt means more Fun!” Alfie is the smallest member of The Pack, but despite his diminutive size, he still manages to get the work done without fuss; and in the past has even shown the bigger machines that his smaller size can be a big asset to the group and the work they do. Alfie is particularly good friends with both Jack and Percy, and like them, enjoys being really useful. Alfie is painted green with his number painted on his sides and on the back of his cab in white.
  • Max & Monty the Dump Truck Twins - Nos. 15 & 16: Max and Monty (full names Maximilian and Montgomery) are the devious and troublesome 4-wheeled 40-ton Mack or Euclid Dump Truck twins. They're known to cause trouble for the Pack Members and also the engines; but are sternly scolded by Miss Jenny when found out! Despite being unruly at times with dangerous stunts, they have a good side in them - somewhere! - and still do the work like everyone else. Max and Monty are painted red with grey dumpers. Their numbers are painted in white upon their sides. Max has a thick front bumper, whilst Monty has a "two pipe-type" front bumper.
  • Ned the Steam Shovel - No.19: Ned is a large, old steam shovel, and one of the biggest machines in Miss Jenny's team. He’s sometimes known to be absent-minded and clumsy, and is always liable to cause accidents around the sites because of these attributes. But the other members of The Pack don’t mind too much about his mishaps, because they know he’s really a kind soul with a heart as big as his bucket. Ned is painting brown and orange with a grey roof, a dark brown bucket, arm and chassis and yellow detailing. He has the his number painted on each side.
  • Buster the Steamroller: Buster is an eager and cheerful little Aveling and Porter steamroller who is always keen to do a wheel's turn of work for Miss Jenny. Like Alfie and Jack, Buster is one of the younger machines in The Pack and delights in having fun when going about his duties on the construction site. He also has a rather vivid imagination also - winning races against Max and Monty when mending the racing track, and comparing the mole ridden football pitch to "A giant fruit bun...only green!" Buster is dark red-orange with yellow lining.
  • Nelson the Ballast Tractor - No.10: Nelson is an intellegent transporter and a Scammell ballast tractor with a low loader trailer whose job is to haul heavy machinery to and from the Construction sites. As the bearer of such weighty loads, he often feels overworked, but will never complain. However, Nelson's dreams of being carried himself did come true one day when he had to haul Thomas to the repair yard, and he himself managed to get a lift back to Miss Jenny's yard on Percy's flatbed. Nelson is black with cream lining, red alloy wheels and a front beam. He has his name painted on his front cab above his windows and has his number written on his cab doors in cream.
  • Patrick the Cement Mixer - No.23: A early Mack 6-wheel cement mixing truck, Patrick was found to be quite a boastful soul in his first apperance. He knows all there is to know about cement and thinks it's one of the essential means of keeping the building site running! Patrick is older than a lot of the other machines and has a lot of experience in construction, he means well despite his pride and boastfulness, and likes to help the younger less experienced machines. Patrick is painted maroon on the top half of his front, the section of his mixer closest to the cab and the rear section closest to his cement pipe. He is painted cream on his lower half of his front and upon his cement mixer in the middle.


After Captain Zero is brought to justice, the Zed-Stacks are sent packing, never to return.

  • Zorran the Zero Leader - No.1: Speaking in a Neutral English (with lashings of Cockney) accent, Zorran is the cunning leader of the Zed-Stacks and the first tug of the fleet. He is renowned for his deviousness and scheming prowess. Like his companions Zak & Zebedee, he is a harbour tug.
  • Zip & Zug the Zero Switchers - Nos. 5 & 4: Zorran's two sidekicks. The Eastern European accented Zug can usually be seen working with the Neutral English accented Zip. Compared to Zip, Zug is more intelligent, a scheming sort of tug even though his plans rarely if ever work as planned. Zip is easily scared and sometimes speaks out of turn, often described as being "slow in the head".
  • Zak & Zebedee the Zero Tug Brothers - Nos. 3 & 2: Brothers that can usually be seen working together. The Liverpudlian-accented Zebedee is the second tug of the Zed-Stacks and is Zorran's right hand tug. The gruff cockney-accented Zak is the third tug of the Zed-Stacks who is usually a flunky to the devious Zorran.

Other non-rail characters

  • Terence the Tractor: Terence is a slow but adaptable 1934 vintage Caterpillar Model Seventy petrol-powered tractor, he can go anywhere thanks to his caterpillar treads. Despite being teased about them, he just laughs it off and carries on with his work. When he first met Terence, Thomas was quick to criticise his treads - but soon realised their worth when Terence was able to pull him free of a snowdrift. His services have also proved most helpful in rescuing Mrs. Kyndley, Elizabeth and Bertie from sticky situations too - involving snow and mud respectively. But most often, Terence can be found happily ploughing fields by the side of Thomas's branch line. Terence is painted orange with grey caterpillars and a small black exhaust pipe.
  • Bertie the Bus: A small red AEC Regal "T Class" London Country Area bus who is a good friend of Thomas after their race years ago. Bertie is a cheerful red bus, always ready and able to help the engines with their passengers, although he does get above himself when he boasts that roads are best sometimes. He first met Thomas when he got stuck in the snow, and afterward got to know him a little better following a race to prove which of them was faster. Bertie is always happy to help Thomas and the other engines when needed, and is a true friend to all. Bertie is painted in the common red livery of buses in the United Kingdom, mostly famously used by London Transport. His license number, "CRD54", refers to the fact his license plate was first seen in Edward the Blue Engine, published in 1954 and illustrated by C. Reginald Dalby.
  • Trevor the Traction Engine: When Edward first met Trevor, he was still in good condition but he was due for scrap because his master thought he was old-fashioned. But with the help of the blue engine and Trevor's old driver Jem Cole, they saved him from scrap when they convinced the Vicar of Wellsworth to buy him. He now lives in the Vicarage Orchard, owned by the Vicar. Slow and versatile, being a 1920s William Foster and Co. eight-ton traction engine, he's a very hard worker, but his favourite time is the Vicarage Fete, where he patrols around the Orchard giving rides to children, who he enjoys most of all. Trevor is painted green with red wheels and lining, a black smokebox and gold boiler bands.
  • Harold the Rescue Helicopter: Harold once thought railways were “slow and out of date”, but had to eat his own words when he lost a race against Percy, whom he become a good friend to. He is a brave and loyal Sikorsky S-55 rescue helicopter with added floats, patrolling the skies of Sodor, looking for anyone in distress, always the first to report any urgent news or arrive on scene to performe a rescue. The Fat Controller finds him a great use to fly the skies to travel long distances quickly. Harold is painted white with red lining.
  • Bulgy the Double-Decker Vegetable Bus: Bulgy was a rude AEC Routemaster double-decker bus. He tried to convince passengers that railways were useless by telling “whoppers” and having a few grudges with Duck and Oliver. However, he ended up in a tight spot when he crashed into a low railway bridge, and had been turned into a henhouse. Just recently, he was taken out of “retirement” to aid the Fat Controller during a busy summer period when Thomas and Emily were unavailable for work. But after a disastrous run with his old friends the hens, he's now living his new, happier life as a vegetable bus! Bulgy is painted green and cream. He was previously painted red and cream with a yellow ANTI-RAILWAY sign on his right-hand side, and the green RAILWAY BUS sign on his left.
  • Izzy Gomez the Banana Tramper: Speaking in a Mexican accent, Izzy Gomez is a scheming banana trampsteamer from Mexico who is frenemies with both the Star Tugs and Zed-Stacks. He will often try to convince tugs to tow him into port for free, or at least for a cut-price rate, and is not above trying to sneak in against the law. But he's more of a rogue than a villain.
  • Sally Seaplane: Lives at the Seaplane Hanger which is next to Lucky's Yard. A Saro A.19 "Cloud" seaplane, Sally is a good friend of the Star fleet who have the contract to provide her fuel.
  • Lillie Lightship: A special and much-loved lightship placed at Dender Rocks to warn shipping of potential hazard. The Star Tugs have the contract to provide her with the necessary fuel to keep her light shining. Hercules has a "special place in his heart" for Lillie.
  • Scuttlebutt Pete the Dredger: Speaking in a Northern Irish accent, Scuttlebutt Pete is a dredger who is a notorious gossip - hence his name. A friend of the Star Tugs, he believes in ghosts, and enjoys voicing superstitions and telling old sea stories, particularly when the fog comes around.
  • Billy Shoepack the Alligator Tug: A strong West Country accented alligator tug owned by the Salvage Fleet who delivers dynamite to Mittsvile and the logging camps. Good friends with Sunshine.
  • Little Ditcher the A-frame Crane: Good friends with the Star Tugs, Little Ditcher is a small and dirty A-frame crane that can be found in Brendam Docks. He is sometimes used for dredging upriver at Mittsville or for oyster fishing in the estuary, as well as various other jobs. His size makes him unsuitable for rescue operations.
  • Mighty Moe the Floating Crane: Brendam Dock's largest floating crane, Mighty Moe is known for his booming voice. He is used for many salvage operations, in which he usually takes charge.
  • Fultan Ferry: A paddle-driven ferry boat used for bring vehicles and goods across the harbour. Owned by the Fultan Ferry Company.
  • Big Mickey the Giant Dockyard Crane: Brendam Docks' biggest crane, Big Mickey was once stationed at the steelworks wharf for loading and unloading when the Star Tugs and Zed-Stacks were competing for the Sodor Steel Company contract years ago. He was later transferred to the Munitions wharf to load the naval tramper Kraka-Toa. During the great fire the nearly consumed the Munitions wharf, Big Mickey fell into the shallow water where he was safe until he was salvaged and restored. Nowadays Big Mickey can be seen working alongside Cranky at Brendam Docks.
  • Barges: Various barges can be seen throughout the many waterways of Sodor.
    • Bulstrode the Stone Barge: In the old days, Bulstrode was a disagreeable mid-1920s self-propelled coal-and-gravel-carrying English coastal barge who never stopped complaining about not being loaded fast enough. This annoyed the trucks, until one day Percy accidentally pushed some trucks off the wharf and into his hull, afterwhich he was towed to Bluff's Cove, where he was turned into a children's playground. He remained there until the Chipmunks and Chipettes put in a good word for him to the Harbour Master when he promised he'd be good. Now Bulstrode is as good as his word, and helps the Star Tugs whenever he can. Bulstrode is painted cream, black and red.
    • Lord Stinker the Garbage Barge: Warrior's favorite garbage barge, Lord Stinker is very intelligent, and has proved that he is more than just a barge. He is distinctive of wearing a clothespin to escape smellings his own stench! Often works with Warrior, Whiff and Scruff.
    • Frank & Eddie the Railway Barge Twins: A Cockney accented pair of twin railway barges who work with Top Hat and are used for the transportation of railway stock across the harbour. They are very quick-witted and are among the few that can deal with Top Hat's superiority.
    • Pearl the Oyster Barge: Pearl is a oyster barge. She can often be seen working with Sunshine and Little Ditcher.
    • Fuel Barges: These barges are most often used for supplying fuel for Lillie Lightship.
    • Star Line Oil Barges:
    • Emergency Light Barges: These barges are often used in case of emergencies. Usually stored up river.
  • Bluenose the Naval Tug: Bluenose is a regimented Army English accented navy harbour tug who plays precisely by the rules and acts as a kind of stereotypical army sergeant towards the tugs, whether they be Star Tugs or Zed-Stacks or otherwise. He is annoying, bossy, pompous, self-centered and is notorious for putting orders before common sense. Because of this, he is not very popular with the tugs or engines.
  • Cranky the Dockyard Crane: Brendam Dock's second biggest crane after Big Mickey, Cranky is constantly loading and unloading goods from trampsteamers and trucks. Because the Docks are so bustling, he hardly gets any rest anad becomes very irritable and snappy - hence his name! He also has a high and mighty attitude, which annoys the engines sometimes, and once was especially rude to Thomas and Percy. But when he was toppled over during a horrendous storm, the two tank engines came to his rescue and he hasn't been as rude to them since! Cranky is painted olive with black and brown pulleys amongst his mechanism and two work plates on each side that read "CRANKY".
  • Butch the Breakdown Vehicle: A Scammel tank recovery tow-truck who helps cars and lorries if they have accidents on the road as part of the Search and Rescue team. He's a friendly Breakdown truck, with great strength and a good friend of the railway, who was once responsible for hauling in one of the horrid lorries, and assisting with various demolition and reconstruction work. Despite his size, he always takes pride in his work. Butch is painted yellow with a navy flatbed and "Sodor Heavy Recovery Unit" written on both sides in white and the Search and Rescue Centre insignia painted on his cab doors.
  • Elizabeth the Vintage Sentinel Lorry: Elizabeth is an old Sentinel DG4 steam lorry with a three-way tipper behind her cab., who was actually the first ever lorry that Sir Topham Hatt drove in his young days. No one knows how but she had been locked in an old shed for years, but was only discovered and restored into her former beauty when he was brought out to help Thomas. She can be very proud and stubborn at times, but can move great loads in nimble timing, which what makes her special. And more importantly, she's a great friend of the engines on the NWR. Elizabeth is painted maroon with gold and black stripes.
  • Jeremy the Jet Plane: A BAC One-Eleven Airliner, Jeremy is a new arrival on the Island of Sodor who lives at the Sodor Airport. When Jeremy first met Thomas, he was very boastful about being able to fly, which made Thomas feel sad and left out. But when they worked together to save the children's picnic from a summer storm, both Jeremy and Thomas realised that no matter how you're able to travel, you can still be really useful! Jeremy is painted white with a navy stripe.
  • Madge the Snub-nosed Lorry: A 1964 Scammell Scarab 6-ton tractor lorry with a three-wheeled cab and flatbed, Madge works in the hills of Sodor for the Skarloey Railway, doing jobs that the railway can't reach. She is of sorts a motherly figure to the narrow gauge engines and always puts the wants and needs of others before her own, which can sometimes lead to trouble for herself - whether it be her getting covered in mud after making sure Skarloey and Rheneas are clean and shiny, or teetering over the edge of a cliff when she goes fast when delivering Duncan to the Transfer Yards! All the same, a loveable and warm character who is a friend to all the narrow gauge engines! Madge is mostly green along her trailer and the bottom half of her cab, whilst the top half of her cab and her headlights are cream.
  • Colin the Wharf Crane: Colin works with the narrow gauge engines unloading barges for them to take into the high hills of Sodor from the canal. Colin is fixed in place, and sometimes as a consequence of this, he feels lonely and left out of important or special events that are taking place away from the busy, bustling Wharf. However, his good friends on the Narrow Gauge Railway always do their best to make sure Colin is included, and one Christmas, Freddie even managed to persuade the Thin Controller to hold the Christmas Party at the Wharf so that Colin could be there. Colin is mostly green with red pullies and cogwheels amongst his mechanism. He has a grey roof with grey boards along the top of his cab above his door.
  • Kevin the Steamworks Crane: Kevin is a young, enthusiastic Ransome and Rapier 6-ton crane with an added enclosed cab who works at the Crovan's Gate Steamworks with Victor. Kevin is often seen rushing around the Steamworks, very keen to give a helping hook to all the engines who pay a visit for repairs. However, his haste and speed can often cause mishaps, and Kevin is well known for dropping things on the floor of the Steamworks by accident. But Kevin means well, and under the watchful eye of kind 'boss' Victor, he is learning to be a really useful crane and become a real credit to the Steamworks. Kevin wears a yellow livery with black warning stripes.
  • Captain the Coast Guard Lifeboat: Speaking in a neutral Posh English accent, Captain is the Sodor Search and Rescue Centre’s resident lifeboat, ready to take to the seas to help people in trouble and bring them back to safety. He is enthusiastic and always raring to go, calling out “Full Steam Ahead!” as he races to the rescue. Acts as customs officer for Brendam Docks, Captain often stands at the entrance to the estuary ready to question and check incoming shipping before clearance. On other occasions, he stands by and over-looks large-scale operations, such as demolition and quarry work. Captain is painted yellow, blue, and red with white lining.
  • Ol' Wheezy the Logging Crane: Ol' Wheezy is the biggest wooden logging crane in the logging camp, but is dangerous and reckless; he tends to throw logs and flatbeds instead of working properly. Bash, Dash, and Ferdinand find it amusing and even fun, but Thomas found Ol' Wheezy too frustrating to work with, making him search for other equipment to use instead.
  • Hee-Haw the Steam Donkey: When Thomas refuses to work with Ol' Wheezy, he has Hee-Haw put to use to move the Jobi wood. The Logging Locos try to tell Thomas not to use Hee-Haw as he uses a lot of oil, which they need to run.
  • Flynn the Fire Engine: Flynn is a 1964 Oshkosh W900 4X4 aircraft rescue fire truck capable of going on road and rail. Flynn is painted red with yellow lining and blue wheel arches.
  • Disney Dream: The latest cruise ship from the Disney Cruise Line, recently put into service. Disney Dream is the biggest Disney Cruise Line ship ever built - 14 decks high, more than 1,000 feet long and home to the first-ever water coaster at sea, known as the Aquaduck. Along with Thomas and his friends, the Chipmunks and Chipettes get to watch the Star Tugs bring her into port.

Fictional cast


  • Junichi Kanemaru - Sonic the Hedgehog, Henry
  • Sanae Kobayashi - Christopher Thorndyke, Ben
  • Taeko Kawata - Amy Rose
  • Ryo Hirohashi - Miles "Tails" Prower
  • Nobutoshi Kanna - Knuckles the Echidna
  • Sayaka Aoki - Cream the Rabbit, Vanilla the Rabbit
  • Kōzō Shioya - Rotor Walrus, Murdoch, Kelly, Jem Cole, Troublesome Trucks, and Express Coaches
  • Kouji Yusa - Shadow the Hedgehog
  • Rumo Ochiai - Rouge the Bat, Daisy, Mrs. Kyndley, Old Slow Coach
  • Nao Takamori - Blaze the Cat, Mirabel, Dulce and Victoria
  • Daisuke Ono - Silver the Hedgehog
  • Chikao Otuska - Dr. Eggman
  • Bin Shimada - Bocoe, Chuck Thorndyke, Stepney
  • Ken Yamaguchi - Decoe
  • Takashi Nagasako - Big the Cat
  • Kenta Miyake - Vector the Crocodile, Gordon
  • Yūki Masuda - Espio the Chameleon
  • Yoko Teppouzuka - Charmy Bee
  • Naomi Shindoh - Danny, Lindsay Thorndyke, Jack
  • Junko Takeuchi - Thomas, Sally Acorn
  • Nozomu Sasaki - Edward
  • Masashi Ebara - James, Top Hat, Zip, Antoine
  • Chie Koujiro - Percy
  • Tomohiro Tsuboi - Toby
  • Daiki Nakamura - Duck, Rheneas
  • Hiroyuki Satō - Donald
  • Kyousei Tsukui - Douglas
  • Hideyuki Kanaya - Oliver
  • Erina Yamazaki - Emily
  • Ryotoaro Okiayu - Fergus
  • Naoki Kinosita - BoCo
  • Shin-ichiro Miki - Arthur
  • Keiko Nemoto - Molly
  • Hisayo Mochizuki - Rosie
  • Miyu Matsuki - Lady
  • Hiroshi Tsuchida - Stanley
  • Kiyoyuki Yanada - Diesel 10
  • Ryōichi Tanaka - Duncan, Bulstrode



  • Martin Sherman - Thomas, Arthur, Charlie, Skarloey, Sir Handel, Peter Sam, Bash and Dash, Stanley, Farmer Trotter
  • William Hope - Edward, Henry, James, Percy, Toby, Duck, Oliver, Kevin, Whiff, Salty, Rheneas, Rusty, Bill & Ben, Neville, Murdoch, Terence, Troublesome Trucks, Nelson, Buster, Kelly, Oliver (The Pack), Ned, Freddie, Mr. Percival
  • Kerry Shale - Diesel, Cranky, Hector, Duncan, Bertie, Harold, Dennis, Sir Topham Hatt, Jack, Alfie, Patrick, Max and Monty, Troublesome Trucks, Jeremy, Dennis, Hank
  • Jules de Jongh - Emily, Molly, Mavis, Rosie, Belle, Annie & Clarabel, Henrietta, Duchess of Boxford
  • David Bedella - Douglas, 'Arry and Bert, Harvey, Rocky, Duke of Boxford, Mayor of Sodor
  • Glenn Wrage - Gordon, Donald, BoCo, Spencer, Victor, Ferdinand, Byron, Mighty Mac
  • Alicyn Packard - Lady, Daisy, Flora, Madge, Elizabeth
  • Alec Baldwin - Toad, Duke


  • Ben Small - Thomas, Arthur, Stepney, Skarloey, Jack, Ferdinand
  • Keith Wickham - Edward, Henry, Gordon, James, Percy, Duck, Donald & Douglas, Oliver, Dash, Bertie, Harold, Salty, Sir Tophat Hatt, Rheneas, Sir Handel, Peter Sam, Rusty, Terence, Troublesome Trucks, Alfie, Kelly, Oliver (The Pack), Mr. Percival
  • Teresa Gallagher - Emily, Molly, Mavis, Rosie, Belle, Annie & Clarabel, Henrietta, Duchess of Boxford, Madge, Elizabeth
  • Matt Wilkinson - Toby, Spencer, Stanley, Victor, Bash, Rocky, Whiff, Scruff, 'Arry and Bert, Kevin, Harvey, Murdoch, Cranky, Mayor of Sodor, Duke of Boxford, Farmer McColl, Farmer Trotter, Freddie, Mighty Mac, Buster, Byron, Patrick, Nelson, Ned, Max and Monty, Troublesome Trucks, Jeremy
  • Jo Wyatt - Daisy, Flora
  • Pui Fai Lee - Lady
  • Ray Lonnen - BoCo, Duke
  • Jimmy Hibbert - Diesel, Bill
  • Rob Rackstraw - Ben, Toad, Dennis, Troublesome Trucks
  • Jeremy Nicholas - Charlie
  • Sam Gold - Hank
  • Simon Nash - Ten Cents
  • Sean Barrett - Warrior, Bluenose, Mighty Moe, Scuttlebutt Pete
  • Chris Tulloch - Zorran
  • Nigel Anthony - Big Mac, Hercules, Zebedee, Frank
  • John Baddeley - Top Hat, Zip
  • Lee Cornes - Grampus, Billy Shoepack
  • Mulloy Mike Mulloy - Captain Zero, Izzy Gomez, Zug
  • Shaun Prendergast - Zak


  1. Shining Time
  2. Thomas' Anthem (Thomas' theme)
  3. Let's Have a Race (Bertie's theme)
  4. Toby (Toby's theme)
  5. Don't Judge a Book by its Cover (Terence's theme)
  6. Really Useful Engine (Thomas' 2nd theme)
  7. Night Train
  8. Every Cloud is Silver Lined (Bill & Ben's theme)
  9. Sir Topham Hatt (Sir Topham Hatt's theme)
  10. Harold the Helicopter (Harold's theme)
  11. Percy's Seaside Trip (Percy's theme)
  12. Pop Goes the Diesels - Sung by Alvin, Brittany and the Trucks
  13. James the Really Splendid Engine (James' theme)
  14. Down by the Docks (Star Tugs' theme)
  15. Boo, Boo, Choo, Choo
  16. Never, Never, Never Give Up
  17. Five New Engines in the Shed (Salty, Harvey, Emily, Arthur and Murdoch's theme)
  18. There Once was an Engine who Ran Away (Fergus' theme)
  19. Troublesome Trucks (Trucks' theme)
  20. Emily (Emily's theme)
  21. Surprises
  22. All You Need
  23. The Work Song (Pack song)
  24. The Narrow Gauge Engines
  25. Engine Rollcall (Steam Team's theme)
  26. The Island Song
  27. The Locomotion


  • Narrated by Michael Angelis in UK, and Michael Brandon in US.
  • Donald and Douglas are depicted as being painted blue.
  • Skarloey and Rheneas are depicted as having brass domes.
  • Ol' Wheezy and Hee-Haw each have speaking roles, in a similar fashion to some of the characters in TUGS.

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