What if Emily had Edward's role in Edward's Exploit? Let's find out.
The Island of Sodor was having the biggest amount of visitors that they ever had. It seemed as if every person in the world was there, and Sir Tophamm Hat needed to prepare a lot of passenger trains for them.
One day, Emily was getting ready to leave Knapford with her two coaches. They were full, and she found it hard to start. She blew her whistle, and her wheels slipped as she tried to pull her train.
Here's a list of all the narrators, and which one is my favorite.
First off, Ringo Starr
I first heard Ringo narrate Thomas The Tank Engine when I was four. I thought he was good, though I only heard him narrate seven episodes. Eventually I got to hear him narrate more, and more. I'm not sure why he stopped, because Ringo was good.
George is the very first narrator I heard. It seemed interesting having a comedian that said f*ck all the time narrating a children's show. At the time when I first heard him, I didn't know he was a comedian. Now, to get back on topic. The many voices...
Now we meet Lilly. She's almost the same age as Patch, and lives in New York City. Her grandfather is Burnett Stone.
Lily: Grandpa always seems upset. Mother: Well maybe your visit will cheer him up. Lily: I hope it does. I made him a frienship bracelet. Mother: What about that engine he always talks about? Lily: Lady? It's fixed, but he doesn't want anything bad happening to it. Mother: Why? What happened? Lily: Well, grandpa told me that a diesel was chasing her, and that grandpa ran out of coal for the engine. The diesel pushed him, and Lady into a ditch. Mother: How terrible. Lily: I'm gonna...
Sidney is shunting a flatbed of engine parts, but he cannot remember what he is supposed to be doing with them. Paxton thinks this sounds like a kind of mystery that can only be solved by a Special Agent.
Narrator: Trainz, was. Filmed on location, before a. Live studio audience. Audience: *Laughing* Narrator: Which will prove to be.....Very.....Annoying. Audience: *Laughing* Narrator: Our story begins, on the. Hunterdon Central. Jeremy, is. Pulling. A freight train. Jeremy: *Enters the Eastern Pacific interchange* Dan: *Pulling six empties out of the interchange* Jeremy: All the cars for Andrew's train are here. Yard Master: Good. Six tankers of ethanol, and four gondolas carrying new tires for the shop by Mirage Station. Jeremy: Anything I need to take west, or am I done for today?...
Narrator: Finally! Trainz was filmed in high definition before a live studio audience. Sean: *Going backwards as he pushes his passenger train into a siding* This episode is going to be a long one. Narrator: Shut up!
Sean: *Uncouples from his passenger train* Sorry dude. *Leaving the yards* Victoria: *Passing Sean as she brings a freight train into the yards*
Sean: *Stops at Nova Station with his passenger train* Makenzie: *On the turntable in Santa Cruz* Grayback: *Pulling a freight train, he passes Ethan pushing two boxcars into a siding* Panzer: *Pulling freight...
Narrator: I don't want to be the narrator. Cameraman: Too bad. Do it! Audience: *Laughing* Narrator: Why?!?!?! *Sighs* Trainz was filmed in High Definition before a Live Studio audience. You happy? Cameraman: You're not finished yet. You still have a lot of lines in your script. Ian: AH!! *Leaving the yards at 50 miles an hour* Audience: *Laughing* Yard Master: Come back! You forgot your train! Cameraman: If I hide somewhere, will that work? Audience: *Laughing* Yard Master: Possibly. Cameraman: Okay. Sean: *Blows his horn* Cameraman: Oh no, he's back! Sean: *Pushing empty passenger cars...