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“You're curious, aren't you? Careful though. You don't want to end up like the lost engine.”
―Stefano

All Tracks Lead to Rome is the second double-length episode of the twenty-third series.

Plot

Thomas is working on the Italian Railway keen to prove to his new friend Gina that he is an expert in all things Italian, until he gets lost down an old mine while trying to take some cargo to the museum not knowing the way.

Characters

Locations

Cast

UK

US

  • Joseph May as Thomas
  • Anna Francolini as Gina, the Children and the Passengers
  • Antonio Magro as Stefano and a Staionmaster
  • Keith Wickham as Sir Topham Hatt
  • Monsterrat Lombard as Mia and the Passengers
  • Vincenzo Nicoli as an Archeologist

Trivia

  • As this episode is among the three double-length special episodes of the twenty-third series, the other two being Steam Team to the Rescue and Mines of Mystery, it actually has no fixed placement among the twenty regular episodes, according to SiF's Twitter.[1] However, this episode and its successor Mines of Mystery take place before all the Sodor-based episodes due to Thomas being on his worldwide adventure, and they both also take place directly prior to the two regular-length Italy-based episodes of the series, Lorenzo's Solo and Too Loud, Thomas!
  • The title is a reference to the saying "All Roads Lead to Rome".
  • This is the first episode to take place in Italy and marks Gina's first full episode appearance, first appearing in a flashback in Grudge Match. This is also the first time she is voiced by Anna Francolini, taking over from Teresa Gallagher.
  • Anna Francolini, Montserrat Lombard, Flaminia Cinque, Antonio Magro and Vincenzo Nicoli join the voice cast.
  • This is the only episode of the twenty-third series set in Italy where Lorenzo and Beppe do not appear physically as they have not been rediscovered yet until the next episode.
  • This episode marks the third time Thomas lies, in this case, about him being an expert.

Goofs

  • When combined with Mines of Mystery for the Canadian broadcast, Keith Wickham is miscredited as Kevin Wickham.
  • There is a grammatical error on the German title card: It says "Alle Schiene führen nach Rom" when it is supposed to say "Alle Schienen führen nach Rom".

In Other Languages

Language Title
Brazilian Portuguese Todos Os Trilhos Levam A Roma
Finnish Kaikki Kappaleet Johtavat Roomaan
German Alle Schienen führen nach Rom
Italian Tutti i Binari Portano a Roma
Polish Wszystkie Tory Prowadzą Do Rzymu
Russian Все дороги ведут в Рим
Spanish Todas las Vías Llevan a Roma

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