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“Being brave isn't the same as not feeling scared. Being brave is about what you do, even when you do feel scared.”
― Gator to Percy

Tale of the Brave is a 2014 feature-length Thomas & Friends special. It is the ninth Thomas & Friends film overall.


A bridge on Thomas' Branch Line is closed for maintenance, so Thomas has to go and work at the Clay Pits. When he first arrives, he can see no one, but after catching sight of one of the twins, he chases them to the other side of the quarry. However, Bill and Ben are in the mood for pranks. They trick Thomas into being coupled to a line of trucks, which are already coupled to a new oil-burning engine named Timothy from the other direction. Thomas pulls the trucks forward, jerking Timothy backwards suddenly. As the twins run off laughing, Timothy warns Thomas to be careful as a storm closes in and the rain makes the clay cliffs unstable.

As Thomas is going along, a flash of lightning reveals what looks like giant footprints on the slope above, but a landslide has begun and Thomas cannot stay to investigate; Bill and Ben push Thomas to safety just in time.

The next morning, the Fat Controller gathers a few of his engines at the shunting yard for a very important meeting. They pay tribute to Bill and Ben, who rescued Thomas from the landslide at the clay pits; while he is praising them, Gordon and James mumble with disapproval. As the rest of the engines leave, Thomas and Percy are the only two left in the yard. Thomas explains the footprints to a curious Percy. The Fat Controller tells Thomas to go to the docks, but he is worried about the footprints.

Before Thomas goes to the docks, he returns to the Clay Pits to investigate the footprints, but is interrupted by a new steam shovel named Marion. She tells him not to go past the danger sign indicating the fallen clay walls, and he cannot investigate.

Thomas goes to the docks, where he meets Percy. Percy is still curious about the footprints, but Thomas still does not know what made them. Percy begins to worry that there may be a monster on Sodor. He leaves with a goods train as a fog rolls in, but while he is rolling along he sees a mysterious sloping object, which he believes to be a monster, approaching him. Percy is so scared that he reverses all the way back to the docks. He yells that there is a monster, startling Cranky, who drops a load of sandbags onto Thomas. The "monster" appears out of the fog, revealing himself to be a steam engine named Gerald, who has earned the nickname "Gator" due to his sloping water tank.

Percy is still paranoid that night when he is taking the mail, and he mistakes almost everything around him for a monster. He ends up staying awake all night keeping a lookout for monsters. The next morning, at the Clay Pits, Thomas is scared by Bill and Ben.

At the docks, Percy is extremely drowsy as he backs down onto a train of trucks. As they are coupled to him, he mistakes the impact of his buffers against those of the trucks for a monster trying to grab him and runs off without his train, dragging the shunter's pole behind him. Gator stops Percy, who almost lets the secret about the footprints slip.

Thomas is at the Clay Pits and begins to wonder if the footprints were a prank by Bill and Ben. He asks them if this is the case and, offended that he is apparently ungrateful that they risked their lives for him, they puff away.

Percy tells Thomas about his paranoia, prompting James to make fun of Percy. Percy is still afraid of the dark, and asks Thomas to take the mail for him that night.

The next morning, the bridge on Thomas' Branch Line is repaired, and he goes to collect a very excited Annie and Clarabel. James rolls in at the same time, complaining that he has been sent for scrap, quickly correcting himself as having to collect trucks from the Scrapyard on Edward's Branch Line.

On the way to the Scrapyard, James rolls up beside Percy and continues to tease him. Percy explains about the footprints, leaving James with his doubts. Not paying attention to where he is going, he suddenly swerves into the Scrapyard, where he sees what he believes to be a monster, which he quickly finds out is a pile of scrap loaded onto a truck by Reg, the new scrapyard crane. James, embarrassed, puffs away with the truck.

At the docks, Percy finds Gator, who has missed his ship, and has to help out while he waits for another one. To pass the time, he is to collect some trucks from Duck's Branch Line. Percy thinks Gator will be afraid of monsters, but Gator explains the story of how he became so brave:

He was working in the mountains delivering supplies to a village. This required him to cross a bridge, but he was (and still is) afraid of heights. Nevertheless, he realized that the villagers needed those supplies and crossed the bridge. Percy is in awe and is inspired by Gator to take the mail that night.

Meanwhile, James has to take the Flying Kipper to fill in for Henry, who is staying overnight on the mainland after taking a heavy goods train. He is annoyed to be working in the dark, and gets more annoyed when teased by Emily and Porter.

As James is making his way across the line, he sees a strange shape. It says hello to him, causing him to run off as fast as he can. Just then, Gator's driver walks up to him and turns on his lamp; the "monster" is Gator, who is taking Oliver's train to the docks. James continues speeding across the island, missing a red signal, which leads to him stumbling over a set of points which are set against him, coming off the rails, and splashing into the pond on the Fenland Track. Percy and Gator then pull up and Gator apologises for scaring James and Percy introduces him to Gator.

The next morning, Percy is glad to realize that Gator must now be a member of the North Western Railway. James, on the other hand, is still miserable from the night before. At the station, Henry thanks him for taking the "Kipper" for him, but cannot help but remark that James is supposed to deliver the fish, not throw them back into the water, something everyone finds hilarious. Blaming Percy for the incident, James begins plotting against him.

As Percy is making his mail run, he is unaware that James is pushing Reg’s Scrap Monster toward him from the opposite direction. He sees the pile of scrap as it leans towards him, and knowing it is not Gator, runs away in fear. He returns to the sheds, still pulling his mail trucks, as he yells that he saw a monster. This ends up with him being teased by Gordon and James, while Emily tries to tell them to stop. Percy begs Thomas to tell them about the footprints, but Thomas, still unaware of what made them, stays silent, leaving Percy extremely hurt.

The next morning, the Fat Controller asks James to investigate a truck of scrap left on the main line; he is unaware that this is the "monster" that had scared Percy. Meanwhile, Percy is delivering the previous night's mail due to bringing it back to the sheds with him, when he sees Gator. The two engines pull their trains side by side. When they reach the Suspension Bridge, Gator is too scared to cross, but is able to pluck up courage when Percy crosses the bridge. Just then, Thomas passes, but Percy is still mad at him; Annie and Clarabel tell Thomas to give Percy time to feel better. Percy expresses his happiness for Gator not going away, but Gator tells him that he is, in fact, leaving by ship that night. Meanwhile, Thomas sees James pushing the Scrap Monster and realises that James had used Reg's "monster" to scare Percy. Thomas urges James to apologise, leaving the big red engine feeling guilty.

At Knapford Station, the Fat Controller speaks severely to Percy for abandoning his mail duties the night before. Suddenly, he is wanted on the telephone and walks off to take the call, telling Percy to stay where he is. Just then, Thomas pulls up on the other platform. Percy is still furious at Thomas for not believing him about the monster and declares that Thomas is not his friend and he promises that he will soon be as brave as Gator and working in a faraway land, and puffs away just as the Fat Controller returns.

As Percy is finishing with the mail train, James tries to apologise to him, but the little saddle-tank thinks that James is continuing to tease him about the night before and vows to prove his bravery. That evening, Percy is missing and his mail trucks are still waiting on a siding, and James explains to Thomas about earlier. The Fat Controller tells Thomas to look for Percy and take his train. Thomas is worrying about his closest friend when he sees Gator; he explains that he had wanted to say goodbye to Percy, as he is leaving Sodor.

At the docks, Percy is being loaded onto Gator's ship as well by a very doubtful Cranky. Percy explains that he wants to run away from his fears and work in a faraway land with Gator, who does not think this would be brave, leaving Percy to ponder his decision.

Thomas returns to the sheds to find that Percy is still missing. James jokes that Percy is probably hunting for monsters, prompting Thomas to get James to go to the clay pits with him to find Percy. Just then, Gator's ship's horn honks. Thomas remembers what Percy had said about being as brave as Gator and going away with him, and decides to go to the docks. As he rushes into the docks, the ship is already leaving. This leads to Thomas urging Cranky to stop the ship with his hook. He manages to do so, but several of his bolts come loose and he is leaning over. Salty warns Cranky that he will be pulled overboard. Cranky hears the ship's alarm as the crew realize what is happening and reverses the ship's engines to turn around to free him. Hearing that stopping the ship was because of Percy, he and Gator explain that Cranky already unloaded Percy half an hour ago, leaving Thomas to wonder where he is now.

Percy has gone to the clay pits. His puffing wakes up Bill, who accuses Ben of making puffing noises in his sleep. Just then, Thomas comes in yelling for Percy. The twins both believe that they can even hear what Timothy is dreaming now.

James, who had left Thomas behind as the latter had gone to the docks, puffs up next to Percy, who is about to pass the danger sign at the site of the landslide where the footprints had been found, wanting to face the monster himself. James tries once again to apologise, but realises that Percy is not listening to him. This leads to James deciding to prove how much more brave than Percy he is. He slowly moves into the danger zone, blowing his whistle loudly in an attempt to provoke the monster, only to cause a footprint to fall near Percy and makes the little green engine realize that what Thomas said about the mysterious footprints was true. However, worst was to come when the vibration of James' whistle also causes another landslide. Suddenly, James sees a dinosaur skull, which he believes to be the head of a monster. Frightened, he tries to reverse, but gets stuck. Percy urges James to go forward, and after James is hesitant to do so, Percy decides that he must be brave as he buffers up to James to get him to safety. As Thomas tries to get the two engines' attention, several rocks fall, forming a barrier between him and the two engines.The landslide is out of control by this point, destroying and flooding most of the quarry. As James escapes, Percy is swept up by the landslide. The dinosaur skull from earlier begins to fall towards him, but it is caught by Marion, saving the little tank engine's life. Marion explains that the skull is a fossilised skull of a Megalosaurus. She explains the concept of fossils to a very intrigued Bill and Ben before digging Percy out.

Percy has to go to the Steamworks to be fixed and is done being repaired when Thomas and James roll up and apologise. Percy is happy to see his two best friends as they go to the Town Hall for the unveiling of the dinosaur. Emily then rushes in and tells the three engines that Gator is leaving. Percy is confused as Gator was supposed to have already left. Thomas tells him that there was a "holdup" as the engines rush to the docks.

At the docks, Cranky is still being fixed, so Gator is lifted onto his ship by Big Mickey. Percy is just in time to say farewell to Gator as his ship leaves, remarking that it takes courage to say goodbye to a friend. Gator's ship disappears on the horizon and the three friends puff away into the distance.


Characters Introduced





US and CAN

  • Martin Sherman as Percy and Thomas
  • William Hope as Edward and the Dock Manager
  • Kerry Shale as James, Henry, Gordon, Kevin and Sir Topham Hatt
  • Jules de Jongh as Emily
  • Jonathan Broadbent as Bill and Ben
  • David Menkin as Porter
  • Clive Mantle as Gator
  • Tim Whitnall as Timothy and Reg
  • Olivia Colman as Marion
  • Keith Wickham as Salty and Some Workmen
  • Teresa Gallagher as Annie and Clarabel
  • Ben Small as the Troublesome Trucks
  • Glenn Wrage as Cranky
  • Mike Grady as Sir Robert Norramby
  • Mark Moraghan as Bob (uncredited)
  • Bob Golding as Some Workmen (uncredited)

Bonus Features



  • Let's Be Brave sing-along
  • Monsters Everywhere sing-along
  • Guess Who? puzzles - Marion, Gator, Timothy and Reg


  • This special takes place during the eighteenth series, specifically during the events of Toad's Bright Idea.
  • This special went through several title changes until it was settled with the final title. The working titles of the special were called "Tracks to Bravery" and "The Monster of Sodor".
  • Ned the Steam Shovel is indirectly mentioned in this special.
  • This special marks the first of several things:
    • The first time Duck's Branch Line has been mentioned since the third series.
    • The Sodor China Clay Company, Tidmouth Tunnel and Crock's Scrap Yard's first appearances in CGI.
    • Wellsworth Scrap Yard's first appearance since the third series episode, Edward, Trevor and the Really Useful Party.
    • The first time Great Waterton has been mentioned since the twelfth series.
    • Oliver's first appearance since the twelfth series episode, Gordon Takes a Shortcut and his first appearance in full CGI.
    • Stanley's first appearance since the sixteenth series episode, Muddy Matters.
    • The first Australian DVD to feature Mr. Perkins.
    • The first special in which Toby does not appear, excluding a music video cameo and dropped appearance.
    • The first special in which Victor and Luke do not appear since their debuts in Hero of the Rails and Blue Mountain Mystery respectively. Although, Victor is indirectly mentioned and dropped.
    • The first special since Thomas and the Magic Railroad without any narrow gauge engines.
    • The first time Tim Whitnall, Clive Mantle and Olivia Colman are part of the voice cast.
    • The first special since Blue Mountain Mystery where the narrator voices a character in the US dub, and the first where the narrator voices a character in the UK dub.
    • The first special not to have David Bedella as part of the US voice cast. It is also the first special not to have him as part of the UK voice cast since his joining in Blue Mountain Mystery.
    • The first special without Michael Legge as part of the voice cast since he joined the voice cast in Blue Mountain Mystery.
    • The first special narrated by Park Sang-u in South Korea.
    • The first special to have Jo Yeon-u, Bang Ji-won, Shin Jeong-hoon and Lee Min-hyeong as part of the Korean voice cast.
    • The first special translated by Lee Hwa-yong in South Korea.
    • The first special released on DVD in South Korea since Misty Island Rescue.
    • The first special to have Korean subtitles since Misty Island Rescue.
    • The first special imported, produced and dubbed in Korean by KBS Media.
    • The first special that has a 5.1 surround mix audio on DVD in South Korea.
    • The first special that the word "Mainland" is not translated in Korean.
    • Duck, Oliver and Porter's first appearances in a special.
    • Bill and Ben's first appearances in a special since The Great Discovery, as well as their first speaking roles in a special.
    • Salty's first speaking role in a special since Day of the Diesels.
    • The first DVD distributed by Universal in the US.
    • The first special in which Rosie is seen with a headlamp.
  • This special marks the last of several things:
    • The last special to have Ben Small and Martin Sherman as part of the voice cast. John Hasler took over the role of Thomas in the UK dub while Joseph May took over the role of Thomas in the US dub. Christopher Ragland took over the roles of Percy in the US dub and the Troublesome Trucks in both dubs.
    • The last special to air on Nick Jr Too.
    • The last special in which Kerry Shale voices James and the Fat Controller in the US dub. Rob Rackstraw took over the role of James in The Adventure Begins while Keith Wickham took over the role of the Fat Controller in the same special.
    • The last special to feature Marion Edwards as the executive producer.
    • The last special narrated by Kalle Øby in Norway, Claes Ljungmark in Sweden, Lars Mikkelsen in Denmark and Aku Laitinen in Finland.
    • The last special until Journey Beyond Sodor to have a stylized opening sequence.
    • The last special produced and released either during or after the series it takes place after.
    • The last special to have songs not sung by any of the characters.
    • The last special dubbed in Swedish, Danish and Finnish until Big World! Big Adventures!.
  • The special was shown in Hoyts cinemas in Australia and New Zealand during July 2014, and in British Vue cinemas in late August 2014.
  • This special was shown on PBS in the US on 3 November 2014 and on ABC4Kids in Australia on 16 November 2014. In the PBS version, several scenes were edited or cut out to fit the time slot.
  • This special aired on the Mexican TV channel "Canal 5" on 23 November 2014, and 21 December 2014, and on the channel "Discovery Kids" on 30 November 2014.
  • This special was broadcast in UK Television on Channel 5's Milkshake! on both New Years Day and Easter Sunday, 2015 and on Nick Jr Too on New Year's Eve 2015 in both the UK and Ireland.
  • Several references are made in this special:
    • The scene of the Fat Controller's silhouette walking onscreen in the intro is similar to that of the intro from classic anthology television series, Alfred Hitchcock Presents.
    • The opening premise of the special is that Thomas' branch line is closed due to bridgework and Thomas is sent to work with Bill and Ben, very similar to the Railway Series book, Thomas and the Twins.
    • When the Fat Controller talks to Percy, he is called away with the exact same line ("Excuse me, sir, you are wanted on the telephone") as his butler says in the first series episode, Thomas in Trouble, and his response ("Bother that telephone!") is also the same.
    • James' accident with the Flying Kipper is similar to Henry's accident from the fifth series episode, Something in the Air. Henry also even remarks that James was "supposed to deliver the fish, not throw them back in the water" which is similar to what the Fat Controller told Henry in the same episode.
    • When Percy tells Thomas "Guess what!" he says, "Umm... let's see... have you been asked to deliver a giant balloon on a flatbed?" This is a reference to the fifteenth series episode, Up, Up and Away!
    • When Percy stops at the sign warning engines about landslides, the narrator says that Percy had trouble with going past danger signs before. This is a reference to the second series episode, Percy Takes the Plunge.
    • Marion makes a reference to William Shakespeare's tragedy "Hamlet" when she catches the fossil of the dinosaur skull in her bucket and exclaims "Alas, poor dinosaur," similar to what Hamlet said as he held a human skull in his hand and said, "Alas poor Yorick, I knew him, Horatio, a fellow of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy."
    • Gordon agreeing with the Fat Controller about Bill and Ben being mischievous could be a reference to the second series episode, Wrong Road.
    • The Fat Controller paying tribute to Bill and Ben is very similar to the third series episode, Heroes, also written by Andrew Brenner, based on his magazine stories, In a Muddle and Heroes.
  • This special marks the only time of a few things:
    • Gator and Reg's only appearances in a special.
    • The only time in the CGI Series until the Meet the Steam Team video Meet Rebecca in which the trucks have British accents, though only some of them do.
    • The only appearance of Brendam Hill.
    • The only time where the title "With the voice talent of" is shown above the voice actor names and character pictures to show who voiced which character. However this is only on the DVD releases while the PBS Kids version on TV just has the voice actor names and without the character's credited with them.
    • The only special to have Sa Seong-ung as part of the Korean voice cast.
  • This is the second special to feature another character other than Thomas as the protagonist, the first being Day of the Diesels. In both cases, it is Percy.
  • The US release is slowed down to 24 frames per second and adds an extra two minutes to the special's length. As a result, the audio is distorted. Only the iTunes version is presented with pitch adjustment.
  • This special's elements are the same as the twelfth series episode Best Friends and a previous special, Day of the Diesels, as it shows Thomas and Percy having a fallout.
  • Reused voice clips from The Afternoon Tea Express are used, as Stephen's voice can be heard saying "Careful!" at one point.
  • This is the fifth known special dubbed in Hebrew.
  • Like King of the Railway, the first trailer had some different footage from the final film, such as:
    • In the movie:
      • It is foggy when Gator is first introduced, but in the trailer, no fog effects are used. Likewise, the scene where Percy mistakes Gator for a monster has reduced fog effects.
      • It is stormy when Thomas finds the footprints at the Clay Pits, but in the trailer, it is nighttime, and no rain effects are used.
      • Thomas and Percy had their lamps on when the second landslide at the Clay Pits happens, but in the trailer, their lamps are off.
    • When Timothy is first introduced in the movie, the sky is dark and cloudy, but in the trailer, it is sunny, and little to no clouds are seen. Also in the first trailer, there are no trees on the cliff behind Timothy, and his trucks are red.
    • Alternative angles are used for when Marion and Reg are shown in the trailers, and for one of the scenes where Cranky swings his hook out to the ship.
    • In the first trailer:
      • Marion lacks her protective corners, which were later added in the final movie. Because of this, her lamp was slightly moved.
      • Gator has thin, white lining on his front end and has coloured rivets on his filler cap, but in the final movie, the lining becomes gold and thicker and the rivets are painted black.
    • The scenes where Percy says "Wow, you're brave, Gator!" and when Gator says "You might be braver than you think," are different in the final movie.
  • In the second trailer, Reg can be heard saying, "Now there's a surprise!" in a different tone than he did in the actual movie.
  • During the special announcements at Knapford station, it says "Would the parents of a small boy named Christopher please come to the stationmaster's office and collect him?" This may be a reference to Christopher Awdry.
  • On 1 June 2018, the songs from this special were released on iTunes.
  • The Italian DVD was only released as a double pack with Dinos and Discoveries and has not been released individually.
  • The South Korean DVD uses the UK dub for the English dub, but subtitles from the US version for English subtitles.


  • The front cover depicts the rock faces blue instead of light brown.
  • Mark Moraghan is not credited for voicing Thomas' driver in the UK and US dubs.
  • A few characters are not listed in the credits with the voice actors who voice them, such as:
    • Edward is not shown in the UK end credits with the characters voiced by Keith Wickham.
    • Gordon is not shown in the US credits with the characters voiced by Kerry Shale.
    • The Troublesome Trucks are not shown in the UK credits with the characters voiced by Ben Small.
    • The Dock Manager is not shown in the UK end credits with the characters voiced by Steven Kynman.
  • Two character pictures show different pictures instead of pictures of the actual characters, such as:
    • William Hope's list has a picture of a dinosaur footprint instead of Edward and the Dock Manager in the US credits, this was likely because Edward was not in picture without any other character.
    • Mike Grady has a picture of the dinosaur skeleton instead of Sir Robert Norramby in the US credits, this is corrected in the UK credits.
  • During the prologue, the bridge that James crosses over is actually a road bridge.
  • In the scene of Thomas arriving at the Clay Pits, Timothy can be seen in the background with a line of trucks. However, in the next scene, the trucks have disappeared. They later reappear when Thomas comes to pull them.
  • In the Norwegian dub, Timothy is incorrectly described as a diesel engine, despite the fact that he is a steam engine.
  • When Thomas puffs away from Marion, his trucks are red, but in the next shot they are green.
  • When Percy is backing down on his train at Brendam Docks after staying awake all night, his UK and US voices are mixed up in both dubs.
  • Gator uses the US term "cars" when he discusses his new job with Percy in the UK dub.
  • In Gator's flashback:
    • The bottom half of Gator's bufferbeam is black instead of red.
    • Gator's middle lamp-iron and brakepipe are missing.
    • During the beginning of the flashback, Gator has three trucks, but when he crosses the bridge, he gains a fourth truck.
  • When Percy leaves Tidmouth Sheds with the mail train, his brake van is grey, but when he is out on the tracks, his brake van is orange.
  • Percy's eyes spread apart when he is backing down on his train at Brendam Docks.
  • When the Fat Controller arrives at Tidmouth Sheds, the image reflecting in the bumper of his car does not match up with its surroundings.
  • On the UK and Irish DVD, the subtitles for Tale of the Brave read "On Tale of the Brave," when it should say "Our Tale of the Brave."
  • When James screeches to a stop at the clay pits, his leading wheels spark, but these are not fitted with brakes.
  • When Timothy says to Thomas "See you met Marion then," the last truck is a conflat, but in the next scene it becomes a plank wagon.
  • When Duck and Oliver whistle in the shot where they pass each other, no steam is emitted from either of their whistles.
  • When the camera is on Thomas' boiler capturing Bill and Ben puffing away from the water tower, Thomas is not placed on the rails correctly.
  • In the opening shot after the title card, when the engines are gathered, Bill and Ben's wheel sets are not rendered on their chassis' properly, as their cylinders appear to be protruding through their buffer beams. Also in this scene, Stanley seems animated too low, making it seem like his wheels are inside the rails.
  • When Percy is at Knapford, his piston appears to be protruding through his cylinders.
  • When Percy rushes back into the docks, Porter comes through warning everyone about the runaway trucks, and he is on the track next to Thomas. But then when Gator arrives, Salty pulls up next to Thomas on the same track Porter was on, but facing the other direction.
  • When Bill and Ben push Thomas clear of the avalanche, neither of them are puffing steam.
  • When Gator chuffs past Percy, the seventh truck in his train is not on the rails.
  • In the Hebrew dub, James once incorrectly calls himself a coach/truck instead of an engine.
  • In the South Korean releases, Wilbert Awdry's name was incorrectly spelt as "Werbert Awdry" in the subtitles.
  • The English subtitles of the Korean DVD releases refer to the Fat Controller as "Sir Topham Hatt," even though in the dub itself he is referred as the former.
  • When the engines cheer for Bill and Ben, Henry's whistle is heard, but he is nowhere to be seen.

In Other Languages

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Language Title
Brazilian Portuguese Aventura de coragem
Chinese 勇者历险记
Czech Příběh hrdiny
Danish En historie om mod
Dutch HeldenVerhaal
Finnish Tarina urheudesta
French Une histoire de courage
German Die Geschichte der mutigen Loks
Greek Η Ιστορία των Θαραλλέων
Hebrew סיפור על אומץ
Hungarian Mese a bátorságról
Indonesian Dongeng si Pemberani
Italian Thomas e i trenini coraggiosi
Japanese 勇者とソドー島の怪物(モンスター)
Korean 용감한 기관차와 괴물소동
Latin American Spanish Misterio en las vías
Norwegian En historie om mot
Polish Opowieść o Odwadze
Romanian Povestea Celor Curajoși
Serbian Priča o hrabrosti
Slovenian Zgodba o pogumnih
Swedish En berättelse om mod
Thai ชุด การผจญภัยของรถไฟผู้กล้า
Turkish Cesurlarin Hikayesi
Ukrainian Сага про Відвагу


Wooden Railway

  • Gator (discontinued)
  • Timothy (discontinued)
  • Marion (discontinued)
  • The Scrap Monster (discontinued)
  • Thomas' Fossil Run (discontinued)
  • James' Roaring Delivery (discontinued)
  • Oliver's Fossil Freight (discontinued)
  • Reg and Percy at the Scrapyard (discontinued)
  • Fossil Discovery (discontinued)


  • Gator
  • Timothy
  • Scared James
  • Rail Repair
  • Troublesome Traps Set
  • Avalanche Escape Set

Motor Road and Rail

  • Gator and Marion


  • Timothy (discontinued)
  • Gator (discontinued)
  • Marion (discontinued)
  • The Scrap Monster (discontinued)
  • Gator's Mysterious Cargo (discontinued)
  • Percy's Fossil Dig (discontinued)
  • Scrapyard Cleanup Team (discontinued)
  • Ben's Cement Mix-Up (discontinued)
  • Toby and the Spooky Barn (discontinued)
  • Thomas and Cranky's Cargo Drop (discontinued)
  • Roaring Dino Run (discontinued)

Capsule Plarail

  • Gator
  • Timothy
  • Marion
  • Reg
  • The Scrap Monster

Collectible Railway

  • Gator
  • Timothy
  • Marion

Motorized Railway

  • Gator
  • Dino Discovery James
  • Thomas' Spooky Tracks

Mega Bloks

  • Percy's Brave Adventure (discontinued)
  • Zooming Around Brendam Docks (discontinued)


  • Fossil Cargo Car



  • Handcraft Underwear (discontinued)

DVD Packs






Trailers and Featurettes


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