Rosie was having an argument with Duck, and Oliver about what situation would be worse.
Rosie: Wheel slips are worse, because you can't get enough traction to pull your train. Duck: Wheel flats are worse in our opinion. Oliver: Quite. If any of your freight cars, or coaches were to have a wheel flat, you wouldn't be able to go anywhere. Duck: And another thing. Wheel slips aren't always caused by a lack of traction. Sometimes, it's caused due to lack of power. Then, I needn't remind you, being a female. Rosie: *Shocked* What's that supposed to mean?! Duck: Whatever...
I came up with a lot of characters for my new series Trainz. It's a spinoff of Adventures Of Thomas & Friends, and when I start it, I hope you'll enjoy it. In this article, I'm going to show you some of the characters that I created for the new series.
The first engine you will see is Kenny. He's very rude, because he has been working on the Northern Errol Line for a long time. He's only nice to his friends, but isn't easy to get along with.
If you take a look at the bottom images, you'll see more characters.
Eddie is one of the engines that work on the Hunterdon Central Railway. He likes...
While Thomas was at the works being mended, more engines were needed to pull passengers. Some passengers even had to ride the narrow gauge line to get to where they were going.
One day, Makenzie was at the station, where both narrow gauge, and Sir Tophamm Hatt's engines worked. One side was for the narrow gauge engines, and the other side was for Sir Tophamm Hatt's engines. Makenzie was getting coal, and water while Duncan was delivering her coaches to the station.
"I shouldn't have to be doing this!" Duncan shouted rudely. He got the coaches to the station, and...
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...
Jeff & Bryce: *Pulling thirty freight cars. They pass two N&W SD40-2 High Hoods pulling another freight train*
A Fan Fiction Featuring Talking Trains
Norfolk & Western 2
Sean Bodine as Lee Brent Jeff & Bryce the Norfolk & Western diesels as themselves Dragovich & Josh the Norfolk Southern diesels as themselves Hannah Belle as Janet Gunray Sir Topham Hatt as Bernard Moore Tom Hiddleston as Buick Baltimore Timothy Dalton as Gordon Sekkol The Norfolk...