The British Railway Series

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Thomas the Bachman Model & Friends started off as a one-off short film (really short!), that I did just to see what my models would look like on film. Despite the crude filming, and the non-existent plot, people seemed to like it. Some people even said it was funny, but there was no intended humour! When I got the Percy model, I decided to make another film, this time purposely comical, focusing on him. People's reactions to this one were again very positive, so I made more. Eventually, I got a microphone, so I started adding dialogue to the series, which changed it from slapstick-based humour to verbal humour, although the crashes are still pretty silly. I hope you enjoy them.

 
-Captain Punjab

A visitor encounters difficulties with a goods service, and Allen's attempts to help out going slightly wrong when he leaves the struggling Westerner behind!

Our first encounter with Herbert the V2, whom Sir Ralph finds it very difficult to come accustomed to...

During Sir Ralph's repairs, a Great Western shunting engine called Hawk arrives in the yard to shunt during a re-arrangement of duties.

A new shunting engine called Nigel upsets an unknowing Herbert through his working practices - taking this to be ignorant, Herbert thinks that Nigel doesn't like him...

There's rivalry in the air when Sir Ralph and Allen are competing to pull the new Express - The Fair Maid!

When Stephen has an accident, the engines of the yard realise the value of a good engine... and a good friend.

The first Railways of Sodor episode to feature individual voice actors, written by Christopher. A visiting engine called Archibald becomes very selective of his company when he arrives on Sodor, shunning the smaller engines. But he soon finds that no matter how big or small you are, you can still be useful!

The first Railways of Sodor episode to feature individual voice actors, written by Christopher. A visiting engine called Archibald becomes very selective of his company when he arrives on Sodor, shunning the smaller engines. But he soon finds that no matter how big or small you are, you can still be useful!

 

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