Southern Sun chapter 18Out of Place (part 1) :Southern Sun chapter 18 by AmericanHero45
Sodor, March 2015:
Unlike at Knappford Station, Casey had no trouble getting his trains stopped and started again at various stops on his way to Vicarstown after the signal where he saw Donald and Douglas. It must have been his nerves getting to him at Knappford, making the coaches seem a lot heavier than they actually were. However, his train was like The Tennessean, a named Passenger on Southern Railway that wasn't as big as the Crescent Limited or The Southerner, this meant that he had to make a few extra stops that Erika and Gordon didn't have to make. Combine that was the fact that he wasn't as fast as Gordon, much less Erika and he was passed by them with the Nor'Western Daylight, not that he minded it. At least it wasn't Spencer, his boiler pressure rose at the thought of the silver A4. Why does he have to be so rude? So inconsiderate, egotistical, and mean spirited. Casey's boiler pressure rose tremendou
Cool DownCool Down by SpotlightthePegasus
Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Fan Fiction
Written by Matthew Gamble & Blake Hawkins
Trinity was a narrow gauge steam engine with cowcatchers belonging to the Anopha Quarry company, she takes the stones up to Ulfstead Castle, the Skarloey line and even Harwick which leaves to the Isle of Man, she enjoys puffing backwards and forwards all day long, one day she was waiting for trucks be filled up to take to Harwick, soon the trucks were filled and she was ready to go. When all of a sudden, a lorry raced by her.
"Rolling Stones! What was that?" gasped Trinity.
"It must be the Quarry's Steam Lorry" said her Driver. "Elizabeth, she doesn't stand for laziness, but goes by it the wrong way."
"Stop your dilly dallying" called Elizabeth. "You've got a lot of work to do." Trinity was offended.
"Excuse me" said Trinity. "But that was very rude, Miss Lorry."
"Well, if you want politeness out of me, you're g
Step by Step'Step by Step'Step by Step by Jonathan-Asiamah
Written by Jonathan Asiamah-Acheampong
It was the end of a busy day on the Island of Sodor. The Fat Controller arrived at Kirk Ronan with very important news.
FAT CONTROLLER: I have arranged two engines from Germany to help with the trucks and coaches. One will deal with the coaches and the other will deal with the passenger coaches.
ROSIE: What are the engines' names, sir?
FAT CONTROLLER: Fiona and Dave.
THOMAS: Oh. I can't wait to meet them.
STANLEY: Neither can I.
FAT CONTROLLER: Fiona and Dave will arrive at Brendam Docks tomorrow, so I would like you all to make them feel welcome.
STEPHEN: You can count on us, sir.
CHARLIE: We promise to be on out best behaviour.
MAVIS: I'll have to tell the Troublesome Trucks to behave as well.
FAT CONTROLLER: Good. Now, run along. You all have to get some sleep.
(WHISTLING AND HONKING)
THOMAS: I wonder what Fiona and Dave will like being on Sodor.
HENRY: I hope so too.
When morning came, the Sodor engines were waiting for Clementi
Old Iron and Rusty Gears Chapter 1Chapter 1 - Remembering The PastOld Iron and Rusty Gears Chapter 1 by GundamMech101
' When I first arrived and was placed on this here sidin' I hoped that I would be restored to steam someday, but after sittin' here on this sidin' for five years that hope had long faded away and I thought this would be where I would rust away into nothin' and be forgotten by history. I had never been so wrong in my entire life.'
It was a cool crisp morning, the morning sun had just started to shine through the treetops onto the dew covered grounds around the Northwest Railway Museum in Snoqualmie Washington. It was the start of April, the beautiful flowers planted in the flowerbeds in front of the museums main building were in full bloom and honey bees were flying around pollinating the flowers and gathering pollen to make their sweet honey. A mother robin was standing in the grass, looking for a thick juicy worm to take back to her hatchings for breakfast, but then quickly flew away as the sound purring engines and rubber tires filled the air as emplo
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