Alfie is an excavator who makes even the toughest job in the quarry look easy. Alfie is friendly, helpful and loves to do all the dirty work! His favorite saying is "More dirt means more fun."
|Annie and Clarabel|
Annie and Clarabel, Thomas' faithful coaches, were given to Thomas as a reward for proving himself to be a Really Useful Engine. They are much loved, but have both seen better days. Annie only carries passengers. She is always pulled by Thomas and travels facing him. Clarabel is a composite coach who carries both passengers and luggage. She prefers traveling backwards so she can see the beautiful island.
When Arthur first came to the Island, he had never been in an accident. He was very careful and very proud of his spotless record. Thomas was jealous and schemed to cause Arthur to get into his very first accident. Thomas apologized to Arthur and now the two are friends. Arthur is a handsome engine, red with the letters LMS on his side.
Bert, along with Rex and Mike, works on the Small Railway. He is very proud of his blue coat. He arrived on the Island after his railway in England closed. He is not afraid to get back at someone if he things he has been wronged.
|Bertie the Bus|
Bertie has a great deal in common with Thomas. Ever since their Great Race they have been the best of friends. Bertie's strongest characteristic is his friendly grin. He's ready to help any engine prepared to admit that, just sometimes, roads have their uses as well as rails.
|Bertram the "Old Warrior"|
Bertram is a little old Engine who used to work at an abandoned mine near a forgotten castle. Toby once mistakingly thought Bertrum was a ghost. Bertram's nickname is "Old Warrior" because he is so brave. He now helps take visitors to see the castle and mine.
|Big City Engine|
Big City Engine
The Big City Engine has arrived from London! A smug, argumentative engine, he travels from time to time for an overnight stay at the Big Station. Big City Engine's coal car is shaped like no other!
|Bill and Ben|
Bill and Ben
Identical in every respect, it is fair to say that Ben and Bill are probably the most teasing and mischievous characters of the whole railway family. They wear big identical grins and work mostly between the clay pits of the Sodor China Clay Company and the harbour. Too long in their company and the senior engines are driven to distraction.
BoCo originally came to the island of Sodor on loan from British Rail, and stayed. After an initial run-in with Bill and Ben, BoCo quickly settled down and proved himself to be a decent diesel with a sense of humor. After all, anyone who can deal with Bill and Ben and maintain their equillibrium must have a remarkable personality.
|Bulgy the Double Decker Bus|
Bulgy is a bad tempered and miserable double decker bus. He has no scruples and when in a tight corner has been known to tell lies. He gets along very well with Diesel. Bulgy is currently in use as a hen house, but has hopes that one day someone might restore him.
|Bulstrode the Barge|
Bulstrode is an old, bad mannered, motorized sea going barge. He's only happy when he's chugging around with a full load; otherwise he's grumpy and rude. Percy and some Trucks, who were fed up with all his moaning, soon taught him a lesson and now Bulstrode is a "special Attraction" on a local Sodor beach.
|Buster the Steamroller|
Buster is a simple steamroller who goes about his job with glee and pride knowing all is right with the world. What Buster lacks in imagination, he makes up for in heart, commitment and hard work and is liked by all the machines in the yard.
|Butch the Tow Truck|
Butch the Tow Truck is also known as Butch the Breakdown Truck and the Sodor Heavy Recovery Unit. He has a huge engine and is very powerful - hence his name! Despite his size, he is a kind-hearted giant and loves working in the company of Engines. Butch always takes his work seriously.
|Byron the Bulldozer|
Byron is a giant bulldozer capable of moving tons of dirt. His size, strength and skills are very impressive...and he knows it! He doesn't like to waste his talentx on jobs which he thinks are beneath him in importance.
|Caroline the Car|
Caroline has a placid nature, and does ot like being pushed along the road too fast. Delicate in engine construction, she prefers the gentleness of narrow country roads where she can only be driven at 20 m.p.h. She loves the occasional picnic where she's parked up for the duration.
Catherine is Culdee's mountain coach. She is trustworthy and clever. Catherine helps Culdee on the mountain railway by carrying passengers and supplies up the steep mountainside. Catherine actually rides coupled in front of Culdee so she can warn him of any dangers that lay ahead.
Yellow, green, red and, according to Percy, "scary", the Chinese Dragon was brought to the Island for the Sodor Parade. Thomas and Percy soon learned that the this paper dragon was quite harmless.
|City of Truro|
The City of Truro is a famous GWR Engine that once visited the Island of Sodor and became Duck's friend.
|Cranky the Crane|
Cranky the Crane was built by the Brendam Docks Company and has worked the quaysides all his life. Like all cranes, he has a high and mighty attitude which often annoys the Engines. Cranky knows that if he ever gets too big for his crane hook, the Engines have ways of getting back at him. However, Cranky enjoys teasing them because, he says, it makes for good working relationships - but don't ask Percy if he agrees!
Culdee is a mountain railway train, equipped with a face at each end. He is very sensible and has great respect for the dangers of Culdee Fell, the mountain he climbs. His coach Catherine helps him travel safely up and down the mountains.
|Cyril the Fog Man|
Cyril the Fog Man
Cyril the Fog Man has an important job on the Island of Sodor. He lays emergency detonators on the tracks to warn the engines of fog ahead. Sir Topham Hatt once tried to replace Cyril with a modern foghorn, but the new machine failed and Cyril came to the rescue.
D Fusit is a gunpowder van who takes gunpowder and similar explosives to the mines and quaries on the Island of Soder. He is normally put in the middle of trains to lower his risk of front or rear-end collisions.
D199 is a powerful blue diesel with a bright yellow face. He believes that all important jobs should be left to diesels, and steam engines are only good for parts. D199 pulls the Knapford Express and Express Coaches carrying passengers around the Island of Sodor.
Daisy is a passenger diesel with long eye lashes and lots of attitude. She was built especially for service on Thomas' branch line. At first she was rather conceited; "I'm highly sprung and anything smelly is bad for my swerves...", but she soon settled down. Daisy still believes, however, that she should only carry passengers and never pull trucks, although she will help out in an emergency.
Dennis is a lazy diesel who will do anything to get out of work. To disguise this, he takes advantage of any opportunity to create an excuse and avoid a decent day's work. Dennis's unique shape and color is different than any other engine on the Island of Sodor.
|Derek the Diesel|
Derek the Diesel looks the part, but he sadly suffers a lot from overheating and various other teething troubles. The twins, Bill & Ben, who work the quarries and clay mines near Brendam Docks discover that as much as they dislike diesels, Derek the Diesel is a kindly soul; and they feel sorry for him after he tries his best to help them.
Devious Diesel, the other engines call him behind his back and sometimes (when he's been more than ususally obnoxious) to his face. Oily, scheming and ever ready to stir up trouble in the shed, his characteristic smirk is a sure sign that somebody, somewhere, is in for a bit of trouble.
A snooty type of chap, Like all diesels, he thinks he knows it all, which gets up every steam engine's funnel. Despite his immense power, he soon finds out that nothing chuffs like a chuff chuff chuffs!
A renegade diesel engine on The Island of Sodor who is 10 out of 10 for brutal strength and devious deeds. He and his claw (also known as "Pinchy") are out to destroy the harmony of Sir Topham Hatt's Railway. Diesel 10 once tried to destroy the harmony of Sir Topham Hatt's Railway, but fortunately did not succeed.
Dodge is one of Diesel 10's sidekicks in Thomas and the Magic Railroad. Together with Splatter, he plots and schemes, but is really not as tough as he'd like the other Engines to think!
|Donald the Scottish Twin|
Other than their name plaques and their numbers, Donald and Douglas are identical. They hate to be parted and they enjoy a joke - especially when outsiders can't tell them apart. Their antics sometimes lead to trouble - but they're hard workers and particularly good at ploughing snow.
|Douglas the Scottish Twin|
Other than their name plaques and their numbers, Donald and Douglas are identical. They hate to be parted and they enjoy a joke - especially when outsiders can't tell them apart. Their antics sometimes lead to trouble - but they're hard workers and particularly good at ploughing snow.
|Duck the GWR Pannier Tank Engine|
Duck - whose real name is Montague - is a cheerful, busy character. He's only a small tank engine, but coming as he does from the GWR, he'll stand no nonsense whatsoever from larger engines who try to order him about. Duck got his nickname because they say he "waddles" down the track.
The oldest of the narrow gauge engines and so the most experienced. Duke enjoys teaching the others the proper way to do things and often talks about "The Good Old Days" when rules and regulations were obeyed. Despite his "head teacher" attitude he is gentle and kind to younger engines, but maintains his authority at all times.
Duncan means well but will sing, sway and swivel whenever the mood takes him. His driver calls him "Rock & Roll". He tends to have a mind of his own which makes him obstinate and rude on occasions. He sees reason only after careful explanations. Duncan has a great big heart, but is a little misguilded and sometimes feels that he is overworked.
|Dusty Dave the Miller|
Dusty Dave the Miller is featured in the episode "Follow that Flour".
|Edward the Blue Engine|
Edward is an older engine, but the most important thing about him is that he's kind; kind to small engines who get into difficulties; kind to big engines even when they're rude or impatient; kind to trucks and coaches which he almost never bumps. When the other engines misbehave, it's Edward that Sir Topham Hatt turns to, to calm everyone down and restore order. Edward sometimes gets puffed, but never very cross.
|Elizabeth the Vintage Lorry|
Elizabeth is a steam tipper wagon. She's also the first lorry Sir Topham Hatt drove as a young man. Elizabeth is stubborn and proud, but she is very efficient and can move lots of material in a short period of time.
Emily is a beautiful engine with shiny paintwork and gleaming brass fittings. After she rescued Oliver and Toad when they were stuck on the tracks, Sir Topham Hatt rewarded her with a brand-new pair of coaches.
Fearless Freddie is an old warhorse engine wearing the number seven who has returned from the works. He challenges Rheneas to many races and wins by using a secret short-cut. Freddie must show everyone his short-cut in order to get to Rheneas before it's too late after he derails from racing too fast down the line.
Fergus is a hardworking traction engine. He is totally reliable and down-to-earth. Fergus believes passionately in playing by the rules and knows the "Rule Book" by heart! Unsurprisingly, he's resistant to change and gets annoyed when the other engines “muck about” or don’t obey the rules.
Called an "extra special engine" by his owner, the Flying Scotsman pulls two tenders and was the second engine to travel 100 miles per hour!
Frank is a diesel engine who tends to be grumpy when left out of things. Though he may have a bad attitude at times, Frank knows the importance of friendship and teamwork.
|Fred the Orange Coal Car|
Fred the Orange Coal Car loves to cause mischief as he transports a load of coal around the island.
|George the Steamroller|
George is a grumpy fellow - and no friend of railway engines. "Railways are no good. Pull 'em up. Turn 'em into roads" is his opinion. And he spends his time doing just that.
Godred was a conceited, careless engine who worked the Culdee Fell Mountain. It was his recklessness that caused him to derail and tumble down the mountainside. After his recovery from the bottom of the mountain, he was placed in the back of the shed and his parts were used to repair Culdee, Lord Harry, and Wilfred. Godred was named after a king, which probably explains his "high and mighty" attitude.
|Gordon the Big Express Engine|
Gordon is the senior member of the engine family, the fastest and most powerful of Sir Topham Hatt's string - and he knows it! He's goodhearted though and always willing to forgive and use his superior strength to help smaller engines out of trouble.
|Harold the Helicopter|
Harold brings a welcome spot of dash to the quiet landscape of Sodor whenever he appears, even if the noise he makes is occasionally wearing. He is good-hearted and the engines are always pleased to see him. In a Railway family, Harold can hardly avoid having a high profile.
Harvey is a toughie. No job is too big for him when it comes to rescue or loading. He is used in the yards, the Docks, and building sites, but his true home is at the 'Sodor Water Works'. He is adventurous, daring and never knowingly lets anyone down. When he first came to the Island, the other engines thought he looked funny, but he proved to be very useful.
Henrietta is Toby's faithful coach. She came to Sir Topham Hatt's railway with Toby after almost being turned into a hen house. Although she rarely carries many passengers, she is quite content with her life on the Island. (Henrietta is the only named character on the Island who does not have a face.
|Henry the Green Engine|
Henry is a long, fast engine. He has a thoroughbred look and tends to be somewhat highly-strung and prone to illness. But he has a new shape now, and sympathetically driven, he'll give any engine a run for its money.
|Iron 'Arry and Iron Bert
'Arry and Bert work in the scrap yards and smelter sheds. They are grim messengers of doom. They love breaking up steam engines and are determined to rid the Island of Sodor of them, because as far as they are concerned, diesels do everything better! You can tell 'Arry and Bert apart by Bert's beard.
|Isabella the Lorry
Isabella is a member of the team called "The Pack" who works for the Sodor Construction Company. She is cheeky and doesn't want her yellow paint damaged, but she's really nice one you get to know her.
He is the friendliest front loader the island has ever seen. Jack loves his job so much and is so eager to please that he often takes on tasks too big for him. He sometimes has to be reminded of the quarry motto, "Safety first."
|James the Red Engine|
James is a medium-sized engine. His six driving wheels are not as big as Gordon's and not as small as Thomas'. He has a fine scarlet coat and brass dome and likes to think of himself as a really splendid engine. This can occasionall lead to high-falutin' ideas about the sort of work suitable for such a noble creature; invariably, they land James in trouble.
Jeremy is a jet plane who thinks that jet planes are better than trains. Thomas is worried, until he realized that planes can't fly during hurricanes.
| Kelly the Crane|
Kelly is a member of the team called "The Pack" who works for the Sodor Construction Company. He is very useful and helps Jack after he saves Thomas.
Lady is a very special golden engine from Muffle Mountain who holds the secret to The Magic Railroad. With her use of the magic gold dust, she was able to travel to the Island of Sodor and help Thomas the train and the Conductor defeat Diesel 10.
| Lady Hatt|
Lady Hatt is Sir Topham Hatt's wife. She is somewhat formal, but very kind.
| Lord Harry|
Lord Harry is a careless and arrogant engine. He thinks that he doesn't have to be as cautious about safety as the older engines, but his recklessness leads to disgrace.
|Lorry 1, 2 and 3|
As the Lorries were all built at the same time, they consider themselves to be 'brothers'. However, to the Engines, they are just 'Horris Lorries'. Built specially for The Sodor Construction Company, the Lorries have a bad attitude towards the Engines and threaten to take their work away from them. Rude and aggressive, they soon meet their come-uppance much to the amusement of Sir Topham Hatt's Engines.
Mavis is a feisty young diesel engine who works at the quarry. She is full of her own ideas and doesn't take kindly to advice! she has a lot to learn about trucks, but, with Toby's help, she is learning to be a Really Useful Engine.
|Max the Dump Truck|
Max the Dump Truck is a member of the team called "The Pack" who works for the Sodor Construction Company. He and his twin brother Monty like to make trouble at the construction sites. He zooms around the site spinning out and kicking up dirt. Max wears the number 15.
Mighty Mac is the most unusual engine on the Island of Sodor. In fact, he is two in engines in one! When Mighty and Mac work together, they are the strongerst engine on the Island. But when they pull this way and that, they only end up where they began!
Mike is small but robust engine, who works on a narrow gauge line. Full of determination and sticking power, he enjoys the occasional tease but acknowledges the importance of teamwork.
Miss Jenny is the leader of the Sodor Construction Company. She works with "The Pack" to build rails and roads around the Island.
Molly is a bright and powerful, large, yellow engine. Her distinctive color and styling is different from any other engine on the Island of Sodor. She's very proud of her strength, and also very sensitive. She's very concerned about what the other engines think of her -- and wants them to think the best!
|Monty the Dump Truck|
Monty the Dump Truck is a member of the team called "The Pack" who works for the Sodor Construction Company. He and his twin brother Max like to make trouble at the construction sites. He zooms around the site spinning out and kicking up dirt. Monty wears the number 16.
A sweet lady who lives along the tracks. She once warned Thomas the Tank Engine of danger ahead by waving a red dressing gown out her window. Sir Topham Hatt and the engines really enjoy Mrs. Kyndley and are always ready to pitch in if she needs help.
Murdoch is a mighty engine with ten drive wheels. He was brought to the Island to help with the heavy workload and pull freight on the main line. As shy as he is strong, Murdoch can often be found seeking peace and quiet.
|Ned the Steam Shovel|
Ned the Steam Shovel is a member of the team called "The Pack" who works for the Sodor Construction Company. He has a big bucket and a big heart. He can sometimes be clumsy and once nearly caused Thomas to have an accident when he knocked out the keystones of a bridge. Fortunately, Jack's quick thinking and bravery saved the day.
Neil is a very kind engine who works at the docks transporting goods from the ships to the island. He may look a little strange, but the engines all like him.
|Nelson the Transporter|
Nelson is an intellegent ballast tractor who's job is to haul construction workers to and from work. As the barer of such weighty loads, he often feels overworked, but will never complain. He is proud of his paint job and is happiest when he looks his best.
The NW Brakevan is a spiteful nuisance who is taught a lesson when one of his schemes goes wrong and he gets caught between James and Douglas.
Neville is a freindly, enthusiastic Steam Engine who tries hard to be part of the team. He's an all 'round good egg. Unfortunately for Neville, he looks like a Diesel which can be quite stressful for a new engine.
|Old Slow Coach|
Old Slow Coach was once part of The Cornishman Set, taking passengers to Falmouth to catch the Transatlantic liners. Possessing a very grand and luxurious interior, Sir Topham Hatt was so impressed that he bought her to work on the Island of Sodor. As the years went by, Old Slow Coach was replaced by modern rolling stock, and was sent to the Scrap Yards. Fortunately, Thomas and Percy came across her one day and she has once again become Really Useful indeed.
Oliver and his brake van Toad were saved from scrap by Douglas and are very grateful to him. Oliver had a new coat of paint of which he is very proud and now works happily on Duck's branch line.
|Oliver the Excavator|
Oliver is a kind-hearted excavator who s a member of the team called "The Pack" who works for the Sodor Construction Company. He often is assigned to do the jobs that Jack wants to do.
|Patrick the Cement Mixer|
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.
|Percy the Small Engine|
Percy is the junior member of the principal team of engines. He is a happy little chap who's normally quite happy puffing around the yard with no particular desire for adventure in the great world outside. He is always keen to oblige, a fact of which the other engines are apt to take advantage. Occasionally Percy's respect and admiration for Sir Topham Hatt borders on outright servility.
A happy, kindly engine, but a little vulnerable, Peter Sam (also known as Stuart) is often teased by the others, but they love him really. He, like Sir Handel, was tutored by Duke and has great respect for him deep down, despite ribbing him about his age. A hard worker by nature, Peter Sam seldom grumbles about late hours or extra work.
Proteus is a small bright yellow tank engine. He wears a magic lamp hanging upon his funnel. In the story "The Magic Lamp" (on the Tales from the Tracks DVD), Skarloey tells the story that if someone finds the lamp, their wishes are granted.
Rex is one of the three engines that work the Small Railway. He is the most level headed of the group which also includes Mike and Rex. He is a hard worker and is very kind, although he enjoys teasing Mike when he gets the chance. He was brought to the Island by Sir Topham Hatt to help bring ballast from the hills for the new branch line.
A gallant little engine, Rheneas works on the line which weaves around lakes and mountains. A very proper, old engine, he is dedicated to doing his job well. He became famous by bringing a train full of passengers home though the most awful weather, even though he was seriously injured himself.
|Rickety the Troublesome Truck|
Rickety is a particularly troublesome truck who often makes mischief for the engines.
Rocky is a very strong crane who can pick up other engines, but is also a gentle giant who wants to be everyone's best friend. He can do all the big jobs that Harvey can't… like lifting derailed engines back onto the tracks. Rocky has no engine and relies on other engines to pull him to where he is needed.
Rosie is a feisty, fun and very free spirited tomboy tank engine who idolizes Thomas, copying his every action and mood. This drives Thomas crazy, as he just wants to be left alone to be Really Useful. But why, thinks Rosie, can't they be Really Useful together?!
Rusty is very self assured and is a dedicated worker with a huge heart. He loves adventure as well as all the other engines and will do anything to make their lives easier. Fearless in nature, Rusty always smiles in the face of adversity. He is a pal for life.
S.C. Ruffey is an old experienced truck with a bad attitude and rough habits. He is the leader of a gang of trucks that work Oliver's yards and one day pushed Oliver down a turntable pit. After that, S.C. Ruffey and the gang sang rude songs about Oliver until Toad, the friendly brake van, told Oliver how to pay S.C. Ruffey back. And he did.
Salty is an old diesel engine who loves working at the docks and telling tales. When he first came to the island, he worked at the quarry, but he missed the sea terribly so Sir Topham Hatt sent him to Brendam Docks. Salty has a special way with the trucks, and Bill and Ben wish they knew his secret!
Brought up under instruction from Duke, sir Handel is one of the oldest of the engines. Generally is of the opinion that he knows it all and should be the boss. Given to the occasional tantrum and can be bad tempered, but gets on with the job none the less.
|Sir Topham Hatt|
Sir Topham Hatt is the head of the Railway and it's his job to make sure the Thomas the train and the other engines are Really Useful and Right on Time. His rotund shape and his firm but kind attitude towards the engines and workers earned him the nickname "The Fat Controller".
Skarloey is a tough little engine who works hard, but because of his age, tires easily. Sharing the workload with Rheneas, his sole purpose in life is to work hard and uphold the fine reputation of his railway. Always concerned about the well-being of passengers, he is well respected by the other engines and drivers.
Smudger was a show off engine who rode roughly and often came off the rails. He used to work with Duke, but he caused so many accidents with his reckless behavior that the manager decided to put him out of commission. He now serves as a generator behind the engine shed.
|Sodor Bay Tug Boat|
The Sodor Bay Tug Boat is often seen chugging through the bay and around the Island of Sodor.
Spencer is just about the shiniest, sleekest engine the Island of Sodor has ever seen. A striking silver express engine, Spencer was brought to the Island as the private engine of the visiting Duke and Duchess.
Splatter is one of Diesel 10's sidekicks in Thomas and the Magic Railroad. Together with Dodge, he plots and schemes, but is really not as tough as he'd like the other Engines to think!
Bursting with enthusiasm and always eager to please, Stepney is every engine's friend. He was saved from the scrap yards by Rusty, and now helps out wherever Sir Topham Hatt needs him. When he first arrived at the railway, he was a "special" on Thomas' branch line, which led to a delay for Thomas. Thomas was upset, but quickly learned to work together with Stepney.
|Terence the Tractor|
Good, old, honest Terence is the subject of endless teasing from the younger engines on the subject of his trakcs. He takes in all in good heart and gets quietly on with the job, never hesitating to help out when an emergency pull is called for. Slow and steady and always with a smile - that's Terence.
Boulder lived high in the mountains of Sodor. When Thumper shook the mountain during construction of a new quarry, Boulder fell onto the tracks. He chased Rusty, Skarloey, Rheneas and Percy down the mountain. For safety, Sir Topham Hatt moved him to a new location. Rusty thinks that Boulder sometimes looks up and sighs at the mountain where he once lived.
Her Royal Majesty once visited Sir Topham Hatt's railway, much to the delight of all the engines. Gordon was selected to pull the coach that carried the Queen.
|Thomas the Tank Engine|
Thomas can be described as a cheeky, fussy little engine. He often gets into scrapes, ususally be being over-eager to do things best left to bigger and more sensible engines. But clouds never last long in Thomas' life and he's soon bustling about again, playing his part in the yard and on his very own branch line, of which he is extremely proud.
Built by the Sodor Mining Company to speed up operations, Thumper's manner is "Cool Man". No job is too big for him. However, he often goes out of control, causing minor disruptions when he works with Rusty in a new mining area high up in the hills, so he's now only used for slate mining!
|Tidmouth Milk Tanker|
When milk needs to be delivered on the Island of Sodor, it's the Milk Tanker Sir Topham Hatt turns to to save the day. Thomas and his friends enjoy pulling the Milk Tanker to different ports and stations to be pumped.
Tiger Moth is a rude bi-plane that flies much too low. It once buzzed Sir Topham Hatt in Harold's airfield before going missing. Harold and Sir Topham Hatt found Tiger Moth sticking out of some hay and the pilot is grounded for showing off.
Toad is Oliver's break van, and loves working with his friend. He was almost scrapped, but was saved by Douglas, and now works happily alongside Oliver on Duck's branch line. Toad is always coupled to Oliver so he is traveling backwards, which is fine with him after some Troublesome Trucks played a trick on him and he learned how useful traveling backwards can be.
|Toby the Tram Engine|
Toby the Tram Engine
Toby is old-fashioned, in both looks and outlook. Every engine, no matter how old, wants to be Really Useful and having once nearly been scrapped, Toby is always happy to work. He's not above being temperamental sometimes, but since he works mainly up an outlying quarry line, he can work off his moods without causing grief to anyone except his own faithful coach, Henrietta.
Trevor is a very old tractor on the Island of Sodor. He enjoys dozing in the sun, but hates to be left outside for too long and likes to show he is still capable of a good day's work. Best of all, Trevor likes giving children rides.
The freight cars of the railway who take great delight in causing trouble for whichever engine has to pull them. Noisy and silly, they talk a lot and do not attend to what they are doing.
|Wilbert the Forest Engine|
Wilbert the Forest Engine is a smart blue saddle-tank engine with six wheels. His line in the Forest was short, so he was delighted to help out Donald and Douglas on their branch lines.
Wilfred is a kind old mountain engine. A hard worker, he is very cautious and gets upset at the carelessness of the other engines. He loves to whistle as he goes up and down the steep hills.