Thomas' Train Yard Tracks is an American Thomas album released on cassette and CD by Kid Rhino in 2002 and rereleased in 2008 by Koch Records featuring new artwork. It features eleven songs from the television series. A CD sampler of the album is included in some releases of the Thomas' Christmas Wonderland and Other Thomas Adventures DVD featuring four songs like the Thomas' Songs and Roundhouse Rhythms CD sampler.
- Thomas Theme
- Thomas' Anthem
- Come for the Ride
- Rules and Regulations
- James the Really Splendid Engine
- Down by the Docks
- Boo! Boo! Choo-Choo
- Little Engines
- Don't Judge a Book By its Cover
- Percy's Seaside Trip
- Never, Never, Never Give Up
- Night Train
- Thomas Theme (Reprise)
- For whatever reason, "Don't Judge a Book by its Cover" was retitled "You Can't Judge a Book by its Cover".
- The version of Rules and Regulations on this album is the same version from Thomas and the Best-Kept Station Competition, but the entire song is surprisingly present despite Michael Angelis talking over the beginning in the audio book. This indicates that they had a clean version of this song and it was not simply cut from the audio book like the Series 5 songs were cut from Surprise Adventures.
- The Snow Song featured on the album's CD sampler was taken from the audio book Surprise Adventures just like Night Train and Percy's Seaside Trip. As a result, the beginning is missing since Michael Angelis is talking over the first thirteen seconds of them.
- Winter Wonderland and The Snow Song only appear in the CD sampler.
- All the Series 6 songs are low-pitched, but can be adjusted back to their original play speed and pitch by correcting them to +5%.
- New album covers were made for this album, along with Thomas' Songs & Roundhouse Rhythms and All Star Tracks as of April 2020.
- At the beginning of Come for the Ride, Michael Angelis can be heard saying "What an adventure!" This is because it was taken from the 1998 audio book Surprise Adventures.
- All three releases of the album have very low quality songs from the sixth series which have audible hiss and uneven channels. The likely reason for this is that they were taken from a cassette tape with poor quality rather than from the original masters. Unfortunately, no higher quality copies were obtained for the 2008 rerelease.
- For whatever reason, the songs featured on all releases of this title show signs of compression. This is very uncharacteristic of normal CD quality and this mastering blunder is not present on the other release of Thomas' Songs and Roundhouse Rhythms.