- Class 40
- Diesel 10
- Splatter and Dodge
- Sir Handel
- Peter Sam
- Battery Powered Thomas
- Thomas Set #1 (with Thomas and The Fat Controller)
- Thomas Set #2 (with Thomas, Troublesome Truck and The Fat Controller)
- Thomas, Annie, and Clarabel Set
- Island of Sodor Playmat
- Some BRIO Thomas items were more accurate compared to their Learning Curve counterparts.
- There were two versions of Duck available; one with green wheels and one with black wheels.
- Sir Handel's model was given an 0-4-0 wheel arrangement rather than his 0-4-2 wheel arrangement like his real-life prototype.
- BRIO is the only merchandise line not to give Lady her headlamps.
- The BRIO battery-powered Thomas model has a front magnet, unlike his Learning Curve counterpart.
- Gordon was incorrectly depicted as a 4-6-0 instead of a 4-6-2.
- Rheneas was the only one of the original seven Narrow Gauge Engines, and the only member of the original Skarloey Railway fleet not to be manufactured.
- On Diesel 10's model, a magnetized version of Pinchy is connected to his arm by a string. The arm is similar to that of a crane's arm, as it can move up, down, sideways, and extend.
- Splatter and Dodge have light grey wheels instead of black wheels.
- The windmill looks a lot like Toby's windmill, despite the fact it was released years before the episode premiered.
- Toby's face on his BRIO model appears to have been modelled after Mavis', despite the fact that Mavis never had her own BRIO model.
- The BRIO models of Henry, Gordon, and Duke have a hook that connects them to their tenders, but James and Edward use magnets.
- The tender engines (excluding Duke) were the only models to not gain a front coupling.
- Rusty was seen in the Parks and Recreation episode, "Donna & Joe".
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