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“If the airport doesn't open, it will be bad for all the engines. Both steam engines and diesel engines need passengers and freight to be useful.”
― Thomas to the other engines

Calling All Engines! is a 2005 feature-length Thomas & Friends special. It is the first direct-to-home video Thomas & Friends film and the second Thomas & Friends film overall.


The summertime is coming and the engines are looking forward to taking holidaymakers around the Island of Sodor. One day, the Fat Controller announces that an airport is to be built on Sodor, which will bring more holidaymakers than ever. Thomas and Percy go to the site of the new airport, only to discover that 'Arry and Bert - who start bullying them - are on the same job.

That afternoon, Thomas goes to the timber yard and finds 'Arry and Bert, who boast that they have a very important job. Thomas decides to play a trick on them by biffing Bert's flatbed just before the crane drops the timber. Later, whilst Thomas and Percy are shunting trucks in the yard, Diesel arrives and scolds Thomas about the trouble he had caused for 'Arry and Bert and boasts that he too has an important job. This gives Thomas another mischievous idea; he gives Diesel trucks of bananas instead of bricks or timber.

Later, Thomas and Percy go to the Smelters to collect some steel girders. Upon arrival, they find Diesel 10 loading trucks of scrap metal. The two tank engines are very scared and decide to come back once Diesel 10 has gone. On their way home, Thomas and Percy are concerned to see the Sodor Suspension Bridge is not painted and the new airport is only half-built. Worse still, Tidmouth Sheds has been demolished; Diesel, 'Arry and Bert's important job was to rebuild it but due to Thomas' tricks, the renovation is deferred. As a result, the engines are forced to temporarily sleep elsewhere; James has to stay at the Coaling Plant, Edward has to stay at the Quarry with Diesel (who is annoyed to share the shed with a steam engine), Henry and Percy have to stay at the Smelter's Yards, Gordon has to sleep under a tent and Thomas has to stay at Knapford Sheds with Emily, who is not happy about sharing her shed as she is used to sleeping alone.

That night, a fierce storm sweeps across Sodor and causes havoc, including blowing Gordon's tent away and the collapse of the suspension bridge. The next morning, Thomas awakens and sees all the damage done by the storm around the island. The Fat Controller tells the engines that the storm damage must be cleared up before the work on the new sheds and the airport can continue. Edward and Henry deliver bricks and wood to the airport, Harvey clears the line from branches and Thomas brings workmen to the suspension bridge. However, all the steam engines and diesel engines are cross with each other and refuse to talk to each other. Meanwhile, Thomas sees Diesel 10 again, who is helping to clear the track of debris and runs away in fright. That night, Thomas tries to tell Emily about his day but Emily refuses to talk about it and tells Thomas to go to sleep. However, when Thomas falls asleep, he starts whistling in his sleep, which really bothers Emily.

The next morning, Thomas is sent to collect some iron beams for the suspension bridge from Brendam. The Fat Controller warns him that it is heavy and he might need help. Diesel taunts him saying that diesels do not need help but Thomas is confident he can do it by himself. Once he arrives at Brendam Docks, Thomas has a hard time moving the beams but slowly but surely, he has the heavy load moving. Upon arrival at the suspension bridge, he feels tired but now the beams need to be placed. Diesel wants to try but the foreman entrusts Thomas to do it, as he has already proven his strength. Thomas has a hard time keeping it steady but manages to lower a beam into place. He gloats that steam engines are better than diesels, much to Diesel's fury. Thomas then heads to the yard to collect some paint for the bridge. Diesel, who is also in the yard, biffs the flatbed so hard that the red, yellow and green paint splashes all over Thomas, which proves to be the last straw for the blue tank engine. Thomas retaliates by biffing 'Arry into a pile of gravel, who, in turn, bumps James under the coal hopper. The matter escalates until all the engines are fighting; Gordon bangs Bert into a work shed, Diesel shoves Toby onto the Tipper's loading ramp, Emily bumps the former into a shed, Bert biffs Henry under a leaking oil pipe and the latter pushes Diesel off the track. By the end of the day, everyone is dirty and no work has been done.

The Fat Controller is furious at the delays and tells the engines that if they cannot get along with each other, then no holidaymakers will come to Sodor this year. This leaves the engines deeply worried over their recent actions and several of them end up dreaming about what might happen to them if no holidaymakers come to Sodor and the engines are no longer useful; James has a dream about being turned into a coconut shy at a funfair, Gordon becoming a playground, Edward becoming a scarecrow and Percy being turned into a roller coaster. As for Thomas, he has a dream of how to make things better. In his dream, he sees Lady and Rusty working together. As Lady tells Thomas about teamwork, Thomas goes off to find Mavis as soon as he wakes up the next morning; he knows Mavis is kinder than the other diesels and will be happy to help.

Thomas finds Mavis at the washdown and tells her about his plan that the diesels and steam engines must work together to save the new airport and their railway. Mavis explains that they must talk to each other first, so Thomas suggests having a meeting at the coaling plant the next day. When Thomas and Mavis tell the engines about the meeting, the former sees Diesel 10 and wants to tell him about it but gets too scared and puffs quickly away thinking that Diesel 10 will never work with the steam engines anyway. That night Thomas is so tired he decides to sleep in the woods. Meanwhile, Emily is happy she has her shed to herself again but finds that she actually misses Thomas.

The next day, Gordon, Henry, Toby, Percy, James, Diesel, Daisy, Mavis, 'Arry and Bert arrive at the coaling plant to start the meeting, much to the surprise of the confused workmen and coaling plant manager. Thomas races to the coaling plant and gets there, just to see 'Arry and Bert almost calling the meeting off as the engines start to argue about who is to blame for starting the trouble. Upon Thomas' arrival, he convinces them that they must work together to open the new airport, repair the suspension bridge and rebuild Tidmouth Sheds. At last, the engines put their differences aside. When Harold brings the Fat Controller, Thomas explains that the steam engines and diesels have finally agreed to work together and the Fat Controller is pleased to hear this. Percy and Mavis deliver the paint to the suspension bridge, Toby and Daisy bring workmen to the airport and 'Arry and Bert help Gordon up his hill so he can bring the carpenters to work on rebuilding Tidmouth Sheds.

Very soon, the new airport is complete and the first aeroplane is sent to Sodor. Unfortunately, Thomas is shunting a long line of trucks and they derail due to a buckled rail and hit a water tower, which collapses to the ground and cracks the runway with the derailed trucks scattered all over the tracks. The workmen quickly repave the runway and find that they need George to finish the job. And with Harvey on the other side of Sodor and George being too slow, neither one of them are unable to make it on time. However, Thomas quickly has an idea and rushes off to find Diesel 10 and ask him to help them, who is hesitant at first but Thomas tells him about how he will be the most useful engine if he were to help and so he agrees and follows Thomas to the airport. Mavis, Percy, Emily, Diesel, 'Arry and Bert are surprised to see Thomas had brought Diesel 10 and are working together. Seeing Diesel 10 working alongside a steam engine convinces Diesel, 'Arry and Bert, to finally respect the steam engines themselves. With the aid of the other engines, they clear up the mess and Thomas collects George to repair the runway.

With the runway smooth again, the first aeroplane safely lands. The engines have learnt that teamwork runs a railway, not opposition about their differences. That evening, the engines are happy to see Tidmouth Sheds rebuilt, especially Emily when she finds that an extra berth has been added to the sheds for her to stay there from now on, having grown to love sharing her shed since Thomas' brief, temporary stay.


Character Introduced



Bonus Features

(Not available on the 2014 re-release)



(2005 Release only)



  • The filedates of the US DVD show that it was finished on July 11, 2005.
  • This special was made to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the franchise, as well as the 20th anniversary of the TV series, as the production year at the time was 2004, unlike the latter and features most of the engines that have appeared in the series so far.
  • This special marked the first of several things:
    • The first full-length, one hour special released directly on home-media.
    • The first special narrated by Jon Kabira in Japan as well as the first produced with the involvement of 81 Produce.
    • The first special filmed interlaced on Digibeta technology.
    • The first appearances of Edward, Bill, Ben, Emily, Harvey, Diesel, Daisy, Mavis, 'Arry, Bert, Salty, Rusty, George, the Fat Controller, Stephen Hatt, Bridget Hatt, Farmer McColl, Jem Cole, the Sodor Brass Band, the Storyteller and the Refreshment Lady in a special.
    • The first special in which Bertie does not appear since his introduction.
    • The first special to adapt the standard storytelling style of narration seen in the television series, as Thomas and the Magic Railroad was primarily dialogue and script acting.
    • Daisy's first appearance since the fourth series episode Bulls Eyes.
    • Bill and Ben's first appearance since the seventh series episode Bill, Ben and Fergus. Not counting a deleted scene from the eighth series episode Thomas to the Rescue, from which their music video cameo comes from.
    • Derek's first appearance since the fifth series episode Double Teething Troubles, although he only appears in a music video.
    • Rusty's first appearance since the seventh series episode Trusty Rusty.
    • Lady and Diesel 10's first appearances since Thomas and the Magic Railroad.
    • The first special to air on Milkshake! in the UK.
    • The first time that Tidmouth Sheds is destroyed; the second time would be The Fastest Red Engine on Sodor.
    • The first special to feature a narrow gauge engine.
    • The first DVD released by 2Entertain in the UK.
    • The first Thomas and Friends production to acknowledge the Steam Team.
    • The first full-length special to be directed by Steve Asquith.
    • The first special not dubbed in Korean.
  • This special also marked many one-time things:
    • The only special where the narrator does not read the title and Toby does not speak until The Great Race.
    • The only DVD special in Australia to feature its own interactive menu instead of copying the UK and Irish release.
    • The only appearances of Derek and Caroline in a special.
    • The only special written by Paul Larson, though fifteen years later he wrote two major productions such as the double-length special episodes of the Marvelous Machinery miniseries, A New Arrival and World of Tomorrow for the twenty-fourth series along with Laura Beaumont.
    • The only special that features stock footage from Learning Segments incorporated into the narrative and the storyline.
    • The only special to have a different logo design for the UK and US respectively.
    • The only special until The Adventure Begins to celebrate the franchise's anniversary.
    • Lady, Daisy and Derek's only appearances in the HiT Entertainment model era.
    • The only time Diesel 10 is voiced by Kiyoyuki Yanada in the Japanese dub and as part as the new voice cast as well as the voice cast overall, before his death in November 2022, seventeen years later.
      • It also marks the only time Lady is voiced by Miyu Matsuki in the Japanese dub and as part of the new voice cast as well as the voice cast overall, before her death in 2015, ten years later.
    • Diesel 10's only speaking role in the HiT Entertainment model era.
    • The only special where Lady appears without Burnett Stone.
    • The only special to not introduce any new characters until The Mystery of Lookout Mountain.
    • The only special not to have a theatrical release of any kind.
    • Henry's toothed-happy face since the sixth series episode Percy's Chocolate Crunch.
  • This special marked the last of a few things:
    • Daisy's last appearance until Sodor's Legend of the Lost Treasure and her last appearance in the model series.
    • Diesel 10's last speaking role until Misty Island Rescue and his last speaking role in the model series.
    • Lady and Derek's last appearances. Derek was originally going to appear in the sixteenth series episode Bust My Buffers! but was dropped due to the name "Paxman" in the script being mistaken for Paxton.
    • George's last non-cameo appearance, not counting the DVD game, Sir Topham Hatt's Helping Hands in US on Come Ride the Rails and his indirectly mentioned appearance in the twenty-fourth series episode The Great Little Railway Show. He was planned to appear in the twenty-third series episode Free the Roads but got dropped.
    • The last appearance of Ffarquhar in the model series and its last appearance until The Adventure Begins.
    • The last to be released on VHS in the UK and Ireland.
    • The last time where Rusty's gender is neutral.
    • The last US DVD to feature a trailer of the children's television series Kipper.
    • The last production of the main show to use stock footage produced by Gullane Entertainment and the classic era in general. Although here, it is from the Jack and the Sodor Construction Company series that was later released in 2006 and also used stock footage from the classic era.
    • The last full appearance of Thomas' unused third series anxious face which has teeth on his lower lip.
    • The last time Thomas and Percy's original plastic models are used for normal filming. From the tenth series all the way until the end of the model era, their brass models that were made during production of Thomas and the Magic Railroad were primarily used. Though Thomas' plastic model was used in scenes to prevent damage to the brass model.
  • Stock footage from Percy's Scary Tale, Fish, Thomas and the Circus, Emily's Adventure, Percy's New Whistle, Thomas and the Firework Display, Edward the Great, Emily's New Route and some learning segments such as Being Blue, How Does Emily Get to the Station?, Toby is Surprised to see... and How Does Thomas Get to the Timber Yards? are used.
  • Nearly four years after the release, the songs were re-released with extended versions with lyrics on the UK DVD Songs from Sodor.
  • This special aired on Channel Five's Milkshake in the UK on Christmas Eve 2007, on Boxing Day 2008 and finally on Christmas Eve 2009.
  • This special was originally going to be released on VHS in Australia but it was cancelled due to VHS releases no longer being available in Australia from late 2005 onwards.[2]
  • This is the second time an engine has been pushed onto the coal tipper. The first time was in the sixth series episode Middle Engine. It would later happen again in Hide and Peep.
  • A blackboard in the airport manager's office shows flights from Athens, Madrid, Brussels, Paris, Istanbul, Milan, Canterbury, Bristol and London.
  • Toad's scrap model from the third series episode Escape is seen when Henry and Percy are at the smelter's yard.
  • Though this special was filmed during the eighth series, it takes place between that and the ninth series.
  • Several props including a yellow paint pot along with two paint pot lids, that have all remained on top of Thomas after he gets covered in paint, were sold to The Coffey Man Preservation from The Prop Store.
  • Mavis receives a new horn sound starting with this special until the sixteenth series episode Thomas and the Sounds of Sodor (excluding the fifteenth series and the rest of the sixteenth series). It was also used for her in some games and merchandise.
  • Rusty's small-scale model is used.
  • This special was shown for one week only in Cinemax cinemas in Germany in September 2006.
  • An edited image from the seventh series episode Toby's Windmill is on the back cover of the UK DVD, with Toby's face changed from sad to happy.
  • The US cover of this special was reused for a box of fruit snacks based on the series and included a mail-away offer for a Wooden Railway Paint Splattered Thomas. One box of them made a background appearance in the CBS television show, The Big Bang Theory in an episode called "The Terminator Decoupling" in the second season.
  • In the close-up of Percy sleeping, his sleeping face was edited to make him look like he is frowning. During his nightmare, Percy was wearing goggles.
  • When re-released in 2014, the bonus features were removed.
  • When the special was shown on Nick Jr. in the UK and Ireland, the learning segments and songs were removed.
  • The original US DVD back cover says the film is 150 minutes. This was later fixed on the Lionsgate and Universal releases.
  • In the Calling All Engines! game, Diesel 10's animated picture was illustrated by Richard Courtney, the same man who illustrated the book Diesel 10 Means Trouble.
  • Thomas and the Magic Railroad was never shown in Spain, Romania, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Serbia, the Czech Republic, Poland and Indonesia, so the Spanish, Romanian, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Hungarian, Serbian, Czech republican, Polish and Indonesian audiences would not know who Lady and Diesel 10 are.
  • A large brown building from TUGS appears before Diesel crashes in a shed. A grey building from TUGS also appears when Henry is pushed under the oil pipe.
  • Whilst Thomas was sleeping with Emily in the carriage shed for the third time, his neutral face is edited with closed eyelids to make it look like he is sleeping.
  • While Edward is sleeping at Tidmouth Sheds, his wincing face, which was presumably made for the second series episode Edward's Exploit since its adaption from the Railway Series book Main Line Engines, was used. This would mark the third of four appearances, with the others being Halloween, You Can Do it, Toby! and Henry's Lucky Day.
  • According to Sam Barlow, the reason why Lady and Diesel 10 were in the movie was that they were successful in the merchandise and because it was a requirement by HIT Entertainment to add them into the plot. Despite their appearances in the special, the writers have stated that this is not a sequel to Thomas and the Magic Railroad.
  • In a behind the scenes photo of James as a coconut shy from his nightmare, he was seen with his red-nosed angry face from the third series episode Buzz, Buzz.[3]
  • The Taiwanese DVD Main menu shows an image of Thomas from Thomas and the Magic Railroad.
  • The Brazilian DVD was originally titled "Preparando as Máquinas" ("Preparing the Machines" in Portuguese) but was changed to "Nos Trilhos de Grandes Aventuras" (the Brazilian Portuguese adaptation of the phrase "Making Tracks to Great Destinations"). Later on, however, it was re-issued to feature a variation of the US cover with the actual Brazilian Portuguese title of the special.
    • A limited edition of the DVD packaged with a Limited Edition Collection Thomas toy also featured a variation of the US cover but retained the "Nos Trilhos de Grandes Aventuras" title.
    • It was also the first movie or special released on DVD in Brazil, with Thomas and the Magic Railroad being released later on that same year (2009).
  • Starting also from this special until the twelfth series, Emily's whistle sound changed to Edward's fourth and fifth series whistle, which was also Henry's whistle but at two steps higher-pitched. However, Emily had Henry's whistle sound at the end of the song Busy.
  • Salty's seventh series horn sound was reused for Diesel 10 but only in this special.
  • This special's songs were never dubbed in Serbian, Russian, Greek, Chinese Mandarin, Taiwanese Mandarin and Cantonese.
  • This special's Engine Roll Call song was never dubbed in Hungarian, Czech and Indonesian.
  • This special's Russian and Greek dubs play the instrumental versions for all songs.
  • This special's Indonesian dub plays the instrumental version for the Engine Roll Call song.
  • This special's Swedish dub of the Engine Roll Call song is played for the thirteenth series version of the song.
  • According to SiF's interview with Sam Barlow, Duck was originally considered to be part of the Steam Team. However, he was dropped in favour of Emily so as to give a female character a more prominent role. Had Duck been retained from this special, this would have been his first appearance and speaking role since the seventh series and his first appearance in both a special and the HiT Entertainment model era.
  • Gordon's dream in which he is turned into playground equipment is reminiscent of the magazine story Old Victor.
  • The frame rate for the main feature on the US DVD is reduced to 24 frames per second, which results in motion blur throughout the video.
  • Gravy was used for the oil that Henry gets covered in.
  • This special was shown in theatres in Japan in September 2014 to celebrate Day Out with Thomas at the Ōigawa Railway.


  • At the beginning when Emily passes the Windmill, the middle wheel of the rear coach has been pushed out of its housing.
  • The order of the engines at Tidmouth Sheds changes from night to morning as Henry and Gordon and Percy and Thomas swap places respectively.
  • Emily has Henry's whistle sound at the end of the Busy song but when all of the engines go to the Coaling Plant, she has Edward's fourth series whistle sound.
  • When Thomas and Percy pass each other at Brendam Docks, the truck in front of Thomas wobbles.
  • Diesel has 'Arry's horn sound when he leaves Brendam Docks with the trucks full of bananas.
  • As Diesel 10 is loading scrap into the trucks as the smelter's yard, he knocks one of the trucks off the line.
  • When Henry says, "Now where will we sleep?", his eyes are misaligned.
  • During the storm scene, James' eyes are misaligned and his right eye (viewers' left) moves on its own.
  • In the third interactive segment, Annie is facing backwards.
  • In some scenes of Diesel, his eyes are misaligned.
  • Gordon's buffers are crooked in some scenes.
  • During Diesel 10's second scene, his pupils become smaller.
  • When the foreman tells Diesel that Thomas would lower the support beam, the brim of a workmen's hat has a small chip in it.
  • The narrator says that the workmen attached lots of cables to Thomas but they clearly attached just one cable to him.
  • When Diesel was preparing to biff the flatbed of paint pots, his eyes popped out for a few seconds.
  • When the paint pots bounces onto Thomas after being bumped by Diesel, the former's cab roof bounces out of place for a moment.
  • When 'Arry biffs James, he is missing the dust from the gravel pile that Thomas shoved him into. But at the washdown, the gravel dust on 'Arry reappeared.
  • Percy is smiling in his dream before he says, "Bust my boiler!"
  • Lady's wheels stop moving in the close-up shot of her.
  • Due to stock footage being used, when the narrator says, "Soon all the engines on the island knew about the meeting", a fish can be seen on Thomas' boiler.
  • In the Greek dub, James' English name is used once.
  • All the Nordic DVD Menus use an image from the sixth series episode A Friend in Need.
  • Edward's whistle is bent when he is on his way to the Coaling Plant.
  • During the meeting at the Coaling Plant, a purple mark can be seen on the bottom right corner of 'Arry's front. This was due to 'Arry's model being repainted from Splatter after Thomas and the Magic Railroad.
  • During the learning segment of Percy and Mavis, five of the paint pots on the two flatbeds are missing their cover lids.
  • After Toby arrived at Kellsthorpe, his eyes are misaligned.
  • Wires are visible through Daisy's windows.
  • In the shot of the Sodor Airport office, the water tower was seen standing outside the window when it already crashed down onto the runway.
  • As Harvey unloaded some cargo from the flatbed, the top of his face almost falls off.
  • Due to faces being reused from Thomas and the Magic Railroad and having new faces in the special, the size of Diesel 10's face changes throughout the special.
  • The narrator says Thomas and Diesel 10 puffed as fast as they could but Diesel 10 is a diesel and therefore does not puff.
  • Due to an improper promo used on the US DVD disc, James' tender is not fully rendered in.


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The Fat Controller: [after all the fight across the island] You have caused confusion and delay! The bridge isn't painted and we will not be able to open the airport! No holidaymakers will come to Sodor this year!

Lady: We always finish our jobs when we work together.

'Arry: Trust a steamie to be late.
Bert: This whole mess is the steamies' fault.
Percy: No, it's not! The diesels started it!
'Arry: Maybe we should teach those steamies a lesson!
[Thomas puffed into the Coaling Plant, whistling everyone to be quiet]
Thomas: Steamies and diesels need to work together.
Diesel: We don't want to work with "Stinky Steamies".
James: We don't want to work with "Dirty Diesels" either.
Thomas: If the airport doesn't open, it will be bad for all the engines. Both steam engines and diesel engines need passengers and freight to be useful.

Thomas: Excuse me.
[Diesel 10 growls loudly]
Thomas: Uh, excuse me.
Diesel 10: What do you want?! [gets told by Thomas about the blocked tracks] Why would I help a steamie?!
Thomas: Because if the aeroplane doesn't land, there will be no holidaymakers, then none of the engines will be useful.
Diesel 10: Hmmm, maybe I will help later.
Thomas: But we need your help now, or all of the engines will have worked for nothing! You'll be the most useful engine of all.
Diesel 10: Mmm, alright! I will help!

In Other Languages

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Language Title
Brazilian Portuguese Chamando todas as locomotivas!
Czech Plnou parou vpřed
Danish For fuld damp!
Dutch Attentie, alle treinen!
Finnish Kaikki veturit töihin!
German Alle Loks im Einsatz!
Greek Μηχανές ενωθείτε
Hebrew תומס מיישב מחלוקות (JimJam)
Hungarian Teljes gőzzel előre!
Indonesian Memanggil semua mesin!
Italian Sono tutte locomotive!
Japanese みんなあつまれ!しゅっぱつしんこう
Latin American Spanish ¡Llamando a todas las locomotoras!
Norwegian Kaller alle lokomotiver!
Polish Jak lokomotywy uratowaly lotnisko
Portuguese A todo o vapor
Romanian Cu toată viteza înainte!
Russian На всех парах!
Serbian Sastanak lokomotiva
Swedish Ta i så det ryker!
Taiwanese Mandarin 集合了!火車們 (DVD spine)
呼喚小火車 (DVD subtitles)
Turkish Herkes İş Başına!


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Video Games

Take Along

  • Sodor Airport Set (discontinued)
  • Calling All Engines! Gift Pack (discontinued)
  • Thomas and the Paint Car (discontinued)

Motor Road and Rail

  • Thomas and the Airport set
  • Suspension Bridge
  • Ringing Paint Thomas in Tekoro


  • Thomas Makes a Mess (discontinued)

Wooden Railway

  • Storm on Sodor Set (discontinued)
  • Sodor Suspension Bridge (discontinued)
  • Paint-splattered Thomas (discontinued)
  • Calling All Engines pack (discontinued)

Capsule Plarail

  • Paint-covered Thomas
  • Roller-coaster Percy
  • Sodor Airport
  • Suspension Bridge


  • Paint-splattered Thomas

Push 'n' Go

  • Paint splattered Thomas (discontinued)

Limited Edition Collection

  • Paint splattered Thomas (discontinued)


  • Flatbed with Paint Drums (discontinued)

DVD Packs








* Rental only