The New Neighbours'Thomas' Foreign Friends: The New Neighbours'The New Neighbours by Jonathan-Asiamah
Written by Jonathan Asiamah-Acheampong
One day, Polly and Jackson are playing a game of tennis on their back garden.
POLLY: Ha! I'm going to win!
JACKSON: Oh, no you're not! HA!
POLLY: See? I told you so!
JACKSON: I'll win next time.
POLLY: Like to see you try.
Just then, Polly noticed something.
POLLY: Look, Jackson.
JACKSON: What's that van doing here?
POLLY: We should tell Kayleigh about this.
JACKSON AND POLLY: Kayleigh!
KAYLEIGH: I'm in the living room.
JACKSON: There's a van on the other side of our house.
KAYLEIGH: I guess someone's moving in.
POLLY: Mum! Dad!
MR. EVANS: Yes?
JACKSON: Can we go outside to see who's moving in?
MRS. EVANS: Of course.
JACKSON: Would you like to come, Kayleigh?
KAYLEIGH: Later. I have to re-arrange some furniture in the living room.
POLLY: OK. Come on, Jackson.
POLLY: Excuse me. What are you doing with that table?
WORKMAN 1: Well, as
Recalled to Life Pt3 Ch3CHAPTER 3Recalled to Life Pt3 Ch3 by loonyowl
Crovan's Gate, Island of Sodor, 1961
Duncan was in disgrace with pretty much everyone else. The tall, rugged well tank sat in his shed, where he would remain until he was mended. His scowl was even blacker than usual, and Peter Sam was pretty sure that if he’d still been in steam he’d quite literally have been fuming.
Duncan had previously worked at a munitions factory in Glasgow and then at an RAF base. His background had given him a colourful vocabulary and a rough demeanour, neither of which made his fiery temper and tendency for rough riding – or, as he called it, ‘rock n’ roll’ – any easier to deal with.
At the moment, he was using practically every bad word he knew in a violent altercation with Sir Handel, who was in the middle of giving him a stern talking to. Rusty, the little diesel who the railway had purchased for track maintenance operations, couldn’t help but think this rather amusing. In his
Thomas' 100th Birthday!'Thomas' Foreign Friends: Thomas' 100th Birthday'Thomas' 100th Birthday! by Jonathan-Asiamah
Written by Jonathan Asiamah-Acheampong
One morning at Tidmouth sheds, the Fat Controller was talking to some of his engines.
FAT CONTROLLER: Just so you know, that today is Thomas' 100th birthday. Everything has to be ready for the party. Edward, Percy and Toby, you are to deliver the invitations. Emily and James, you are to collect the decorations from Brendam docks to Knapford station. Gordon, you and Elaine are to pick up the workmen from Vicarstown to hang up the decorations. And Henry, you are to keep Thomas busy until everything is ready.
HENRY: Yes, sir.
PERCY: Just wait until Thomas hears about this!
FAT CONTROLLER: Actually, Percy, this is going to be a SURPRISE birthday party. So no-one breathe a word to Thomas about it.
JAMES: Don't worry, sir. We promise!
FAT CONTROLLER: Good. Now, I have to tell Butch and Hook to pick up the balloons.
As soon as the Fat Controller left, Thomas puffed in.
THOMAS: Hello, everyone!
The Railway Series 70th AnniversaryAs some of you can see, I'd been posting these in honor of the 70th anniversary of the Railway Series-The Railway Series 70th Anniversary by ChipmunkRaccoon2
Books written by the Rev. W. Awdry
1) The Three Railway Engines (1945) - First appearance of Edward, Gordon, Henry, and Sir Topham Hatt (also known as the Fat Director, and later the Fat Controller).
2) Thomas the Tank Engine (1946) - First appearance of Thomas, the Breakdown Train, James, Annie & Clarabel.
3) James the Red Engine (1948)
4) Tank Engine Thomas Again (1949) - First appearance of Terence and Bertie.
5) Troublesome Engines (1950) - First appearance of Percy.
6) Henry the Green Engine (1951)
7) Toby the Tram Engine (1952) - First appearance of Toby and Henrietta.
8) Gordon the Big Engine (1953)
Damn, Thomas has so many crashes in the show.How many did you count?Damn, Thomas has so many crashes in the show. by KPsaurusrex
Dinosaur Month: Tale of The BraveHey everyone and welcome to the fifth installment to dinosaur, today I will be taking a look at a childhood friend of mineDinosaur Month: Tale of The Brave by KPsaurusrex
Okey, yea, I know what your thinking. What does Thomas the Tank Engine have to do with dinosaurs? Well that's what I'm here to talk about. While this movie might not be all about dinosaurs, dinosaurs still have a big part of this movie (sorta). So let's take a look at Thomas & Friends: Tale of The Brave.
So we start off with Thomas who is sent to work with Bill and Ben at the China clay-pits due to his branch-line being closed down for repairs. As a storm approaches, he takes a train of trucks filled with clay when another tank engine named Timothy (*GASP* RUN THOMAS, ITS THE EVIL GHOST OF YOUR DEAD BROTHER, no not really ) warns him that the line he's about to take gets really dangerous when it rains. As you guess, it begins to rain hard and some rocks from a cliff are knocked loose and land right next to Thomas.
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