There are many shunting yards on Sodor.
For more information, see the Tidmouth Yards page.
Knapford Large Yard is a large shunting yard located in Knapford. It has a plenty of sidings for trucks and a carriage shed. It also has a high-level section of track, although it is unknown where it leads.
For more information, see the Knapford Yards page.
Knapford Station Yard
Knapford Station has been seen in every special and series of Thomas and Friends (except for the fifth) however, the yard was only introduced in The Adventure Begins. It has appeared regularly since. Philip works here as a permanent shunter. Other engines such as Thomas, Percy, Stanley, Diesel, Sidney and Stafford have also been seen working here.
Knapford Sheds Yard
There is a small yard at Crosby station. In the second series, Duck crashed into a barber's shop here. In the fifth series, George caused trouble for Duck and Gordon in the yard and where the signalman nearly diverted Toad into a siding before the points failure that resulted Oliver's breakvan into being diverted back on the main line. As of the fifth series, the barber's shop seems to have disappeared. It only appeared in Series 2 and Series 5.
For more information, see the Wellsworth Yards page.
Crovan's Gate has a shunting yard serving both the NWR and the Skarloey Railway. It was only seen in Series 4. The sheds for the narrow gauge engines are located near here. A shed that resembles Vicarstown Sheds is seen nearby.
For more information, see the Crovan's Gate Yards page.
Sodor Steamworks Yard
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Vicarstown Yard is a large shunting yard in Vicarstown. It first appeared in the first series episode, Tenders and Turntables, but never appeared again until Journey Beyond Sodor after 33 years of absence. Rosie has been seen working in both the yard and at the station.
For more information, see the Vicarstown Yards page.
There is a yard at Elsbridge. The Carriage Shed is located here. It is located between Elsbridge station and Elsbridge crossing.
There is a small yard at Ffarquhar station. Thomas found out he had a fish in his watertank here.
Lower Suddery Yard
In the third series, a small shunting yard was added near Lower Suddery station. It was here that Percy had his frightening encounter with The Chinese Dragon.
Tidmouth Hault Yard
Arlesburgh West Yard
Arlesburgh West Yard is located next to the station at the end of The Little Western. The Arlesdale Railway's ballast chute is located here.
Abbey Yard is a shunting yard that has 4 rails. It appeared in Series 9 and 11.
There is a yard at Callan station. It appeared in the fourth, fifth and sixth series. This is where Oliver took on S.C. Ruffey and the other trucks and ended up pulling the former apart. According to the official website, it is known as Oliver's Yard.
Arlesburgh Goods Yard is a small yard that was originally a construction yard when the Harwick Branch Line was being built, and was also where supplies for the construction of the Harwick Branch Line was stored.
For more information, see the Arlesburgh Goods Yard page.
Tea Room Station Yard
Rumblin Bridge Yard
Rumblin Bridge has a shunting yard that has three rails on the other side of the station. It only appeared in The Grand Opening while the station itself appeared in the aforementioned episode, The Runaway Elephant, The Refreshment Lady's Tea Shop and Harold and the Flying Horse.