- “I forgot engines have their own roundabouts!”
- ―Henry on the turntable
Henry's Dizzy Day is a magazine story puzzle.
One morning, it is Henry's turn to take the express. As he is puffing along, he sees Harold and his fast-whirring blades. Next, the green engine passes an old windmill, where the miller gives Henry a friendly wave as he watches the sails turn round slowly. Later, Henry passes the park where he sees some children playing on a roundabout; this makes him glad engines do not use roundabouts. But, back in the yard, it is Henry's turn to be dizzy. Before he can rest in the sheds - he has to use the turntable.
- Henry's tender is removed when he is on the turntable, and the turntable is illustrated with no room for his tender.