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James was of the opinion that he would pull the Royal Train, much to the skepticism of the others due to the time he became stuck on Gordon's Hill. Years later, James was still skeptical to diesel engines, with BoCo and Bear as the exception. According to The Adventure Begins, James arrived on Sodor some time after Gordon, at which time he was painted black.
In "Sodor's Legend of the Lost Treasure" Salty tells him, Henry, and Edward about a "lost pirate". The Mid-Hants Railway repainted a Southern Railway N Class 2-6-0, No.31874, into the livery of James. However, the repainting of the engine created a stir among railway enthusiasts, who felt that it was wrong to paint a historic main line locomotive in such a garish livery. Despite everything else, James has shown a caring side, is normally hard-working, and like everybody else, wants to be a responsible, reliable and really useful engine on Sir Topham Hatt's railway.
In The Island of Sodor: Its People, History and Railways, it is stated that James is based on a Class 28 locomotive from the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Works, itself a development of the Class 27.
Sodor "historian" Martin Clutterbuck has pointed out that James strongly resembles an G&SWR "Austrian Goods" 2-6-0 from the Glasgow and South Western Railway, but with the addition of a Belpaire firebox. James was originally painted L&YR's mixed traffic black with red lining before his accident and was given his red coat with yellow stripes and black lining to cheer him up. In the television series, James is always painted NWR red with gold stripes and black lining, with 3 exceptions: in the tenth season episode The Green Controller, when he was painted yellow and black, like a bumblebee, on Percy's orders. Michael Angelis originally voiced James in Thomas and the Magic Railroad, but he was cut from the movie and was replaced by Susan Roman. In the Railway Series and television series combined, James has been painted more colours than any other engine.
In the fourth season and some of the fifth, James' whistle sound was Duck's at a higher pitch.
In the Annual Story Donald's Duck, James was incorrectly depicted as a LMS Fowler 4F 0-6-0.
In the book Thomas' Christmas Party, James in one picture was incorrectly depicted as a 4-4-0. James is a red mixed-traffic L&YR Class 28 engine who can sometimes be vain and boastful. James was of the opinion that he would pull the Royal Train, much to the scepticism of the others due to the time he became stuck on Gordon's Hill.
Years later, James was still sceptical to diesel engines, with BoCo and Bear as the exception.
In "Sodor's Legend of the Lost Treasure", James teases Thomas for not waking up after having raced against Bertie and Henry for thinking he saw a ghostly sailboat before Salty tells him, along with Edward and Henry, about a "lost pirate".
Despite everything else, James has shown a caring side, is normally hard-working and like everybody else, wants to be a responsible, reliable and really useful engine on Sir Topham Hatt's railway. In The Island of Sodor: Its People, History and Railways, it is stated that James is based on a Class 28 locomotive from the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Works, itself a development of the Class 27. Sodor "historian" Martin Clutterbuck has pointed out that James strongly resembles a G&SWR "Austrian Goods" 2-6-0 from the Glasgow and South Western Railway, but with the addition of a Belpaire firebox. James was originally painted in L&YR's mixed traffic black with red lining before his accident and was given his red coat with yellow stripes and black lining to cheer him up. In the television series, James has always been painted North Western Railway red with gold stripes and black lining, with three exceptions: in the tenth season episode The Green Controller, when he was painted yellow and black, like a bumblebee, on Percy's orders. Season 5 - Cranky Bugs, Horrid Lorry, A Better View for Gordon, Lady Hatt's Birthday Party (cameo), James and the Trouble with Trees, Gordon and the Gremlin, Baa! Season 7 - Emily's New Coaches (cameo), Percy Gets it Right, Edward's Brass Band (cameo), What's the Matter with Henry? Season 15 - Gordon and Ferdinand (cameo), Edward the Hero (cameo), James to the Rescue, Happy Hiro (cameo), Up, Up and Away! Season 16 - Race to the Rescue (cameo), Express Coming Through (cameo), Percy and the Monster of Brendam (cameo), Flash Bang Wallop!, Thomas and the Rubbish Train (cameo), Thomas Toots the Crows (cameo), Bust My Buffers! Season 19 - Who's Geoffrey?, The Truth About Toby, Lost Property (cameo), Henry Spots Trouble, Toad and the Whale (cameo), The Beast of Sodor, Diesel's Ghostly Christmas (cameo), Very Important Sheep (cameo), Salty All At Sea, Helping Hiro (cameo), Reds vs. James is a mixed-traffic red engine who was once repaired with a bootlace and it was fixed a year after. When Thomas saw James a few days later, he came rushing down the other tracks, and his brake blocks are all on fire, and the trucks pushed him and he crashed into a field after the crash, and a cow looked at him looking very confused, and Thomas pushed the breakdown train alongside and he help the unhurt trucks and James, as well, and Thomas took James home when he tried to move, but he couldn't so Thomas helped him back to the shed, and Sir Topham Hatt rewarded Thomas, a branch line and he named his coaches called Annie and Clarabel.
In a Season 2 episode called: "Toby's New Whistle", It is revealed that James had a three-chimed steam whistle.
Upon sign up to our Fisher Price email database the offer will be emailed to your inbox within 1 day. Sometime after he was built, James was experimentally rebuilt with a pony truck, making him a 2-6-0.
Later, James became a runaway when two naughty boys fiddled with his controls, and was rescued by Edward. He got crossed line with his well wagons on a foggy day, and his injector froze in winter, so he had to be rescued by a diesel from the works, who was so friendly that James gave up his prejudice with diesels. His wooden brakes were prone to catching fire and he had trouble stopping quickly; if anyone noticed a burning smell from his brakes, he would deny smelling anything out of the ordinary. The engine retained this colour scheme for many years, and participated in the Railway Series Golden Jubilee celebrations at the National Railway Museum. 46428 has been painted as James, although his face only appears during Day Out with Thomas events. He thinks himself superior to the others, and can be playful, kind, and fun, particularly to those who appear old-fashioned, weak, slow, or dirty. However, after stalling on a cold day, he was rescued by the Works Diesel, and James had to admit that nothing was wrong with Diesels.
The Class 28 engines were designed by George Hughes, and had Belpaire fireboxes, a Schmidt superheater, and an extended footplate and sandbox.
Then, in the thirteenth season episode, Tickled Pink, James was painted in a pink undercoat.


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He was an experiment of the 28 class as he was fitted with a leading pony truck in an attempt to cure "nose diving" when at speed.
Later, James became a runaway when two naughty boys fiddled with his controls and was rescued by Edward. He got crossed line with his well wagons on a foggy day and his injector froze in the winter, so he had to be rescued by a diesel from the works, who was so friendly that James gave up his prejudice with diesels. Later, James and Thomas were to work together to take football fans to and from Dryaw, but ended up causing trouble because they were trying to see whether reds or blues were the best.
However, after stalling on a cold day, he was rescued by the Works Diesel and James had to admit that nothing was wrong with diesels. The Class 28 engines were designed by George Hughes and had Belpaire fireboxes, a Schmidt superheater and an extended footplate and sandbox. Then, in the thirteenth season episode, Tickled Pink, James was painted in a pink undercoat. 46428 has been painted as James, although his face only appears during Day Out with Thomas events. In 1923, James was sold to Sir Topham Hatt for mixed traffic duties, at which time he was still mix-traffic black. He and Gordon played a joke on Percy by convincing him of the existence of backing signals. James once reluctantly doubled the express with Henry when the green engine needed an overhaul at the works, saying two engines on one train is definitly an "over haul". James originally owned Annie and Clarabel, and believed The Fat Controller would soon give him his own branch line. However, following the withdraw of the N Class in 1998, the Mid-Hants Railway quickly repainted its cousin-engine, a Southern Railway U Class 2-6-0, No.31625, into James for the 1999 season. Though he was painted red in his official debut episode, he was painted in his black livery from the Railway Series in The Adventure Begins and had lining on the back of his tender.
Additionally he was fitted with 5'6" driving wheels over the 28 class's 5'1" standard and possibly, unlike the rest of the class had his sand boxes tucked below the extended running plate out of sight. James once reluctantly doubled the express with Henry when the green engine needed an overhaul at the works, saying two engines on one train is definitely an "over haul". James originally owned Annie and Clarabel and believed The Fat Controller would soon give him his own branch line.
James later came off the rails near a stone bridge and Philip rescued him by positioning himself underneath James.
He thinks himself superior to the others and can be shallow, boastful, naughty and vain, particularly to those who appear old-fashioned, weak, slow, or dirty. Though he was painted red in his official debut episode, he was painted in his black livery from the Railway Series in The Adventure Begins and had lining on the back of his tender. The engine retained this colour scheme for many years and participated in the Railway Series Golden Jubilee celebrations at the National Railway Museum.
After his first accident, he had his front sandboxes removed, was rebuilt with proper brakes and a Fowler tender (due to his old one being badly wrecked from the crash), and repainted red with gold stripes and blue lining.
Upon Duck's arrival, Percy and the newcomer blocked James and the other big engines out of the shed as revenge for teasing them. James was the engine chosen to collect the Thin Clergyman's bust, reported the collapse of Henry's Tunnel, and attended the Thin Clergyman's 100th anniversary. James acted as a bully towards Thomas when the tank engine first arrived, but soon after gained some respect for him. Toad was able to stop the train before colliding with Thomas, who was pulling a special train with Sir Topham Hatt and his mother. After the withdraw of the U Class, the N Class reprised its role as James, only wearing a face during Thomas events.
However, on a number of occasions, he has found himself in need of help from those whom he has insulted and is, in the end, apologetic. It is possible that he rejected this prototype for James' official "biography" on the grounds that an English locomotive would be more likely to end up on Sodor. He almost got thrown into the smelting pit by Diesel 10, but luckily Junior used his gold dust to magic them to a spot near the magic buffers, where Mr. In 1924-5, James was sold to Sir Topham Hatt for mixed traffic duties, at which time he was still painted in mixed-traffic black.
Upon Duck's arrival, Percy and the newcomer blocked James and the other big engines out of the shed as revenge for teasing them. James was the engine chosen to collect the Thin Clergyman's bust, reported the collapse of Henry's Tunnel and attended the Thin Clergyman's 100th anniversary. James acted as a bully towards Thomas when the tank engine first arrived, but soon after gained some respect for him. It is possible that he rejected this prototype for James' official "biography" on the grounds that an English locomotive would be more likely to end up on Sodor.
However, following the withdrawal of the N Class in 1998, the Mid-Hants Railway quickly repainted its cousin-engine, a Southern Railway U Class 2-6-0, No. He almost got thrown into the smelting pit by Diesel 10, but luckily Junior used his gold dust to teleport them to a spot near the magic buffers, where Mr. Everybody was very cross, and he tied the bootlace in hole and a brake pipe, and James got able to pull his train, and he was a sadder and wiser James, he took care to not bump coaches ever again, and for a whole month here, James did not see the Fat Controller, he was very sad and very miserable. He was troublesome when he returned, ruining Sir Topham Hatt's new top-hat with his steam and jarring his coaches so much that a brake pipe leaked. Another incident occured during a flood in the winter, when James and Rocky inadvertantly knocked down a signal. James gets scared by his unusual shape and races away, and ends up derailing at the Fenland track. However, due to the fact that both of these engines are privately owned, they will be leaving the Mid-Hants Railway in 2014.
After his first accident, he was rebuilt with proper brakes and a Fowler tender (due to his old one being badly wrecked from the crash) and repainted red with gold stripes and black lining.


Another incident occurred during a flood in the winter, when James and Rocky inadvertently knocked down a signal.
James gets scared by his unusual shape and races away, only to end up derailing at the Fenland track. If order is shipped to more than one address, offer applies to first "ship-to" address only.
He was threatened to be painted blue (which James detests), but later promised to be useful again and made the line's worst trucks behave after being given a second chance.
James, like the other two, were turned against Duck, but were sorry after receiving proof of his innocence.
Some Troublesome Trucks made his wooden brakes catch fire, prompting Thomas to chase after him. When they stopped to rescue Duck from a flooded track, Oliver was unaware that the track was occupied.
The other engines tease him about his accident, so James decides to play a trick on Percy so he will be teased instead. For the Mid-Hants Railway's "Steam Railway" supported gala in September 2012, it was decided to repaint N Class No. He was troublesome when he returned, ruining Sir Topham Hatt's new top-hat with his steam and jarring his coaches so much that a brake pipe leaked. James, like Henry and Gordon, were turned against Duck, but were sorry after receiving proof of his innocence. After the withdrawal of the U Class, the N Class reprised its role as James, only wearing a face during Thomas events.
He also pulled the express for Gordon when the latter was switched off the main line, and went on strike along with Gordon and Henry. When Duncan was grumbling with Rusty, James boasted to the little engine that hesending Diesel packing (which of course is down by The Fat Controller). James' guard attempted to couple Thomas to the back of the train to slow James down, but as this failed, James couldn't stop and came off the rails at a bend, scratching his paintwork and destroying most of his trucks. He was threatened with being painted blue (which James detests), but later promised to be useful again and made the worst trucks on the line behave after being given a second chance.
When Duncan was grumbling with Rusty, James boasted to the little engine that he sent Diesel packing (which of course was done by The Fat Controller).
James' guard attempted to couple Thomas to the back of the train to slow James down, but as this failed, James could not stop and came off the rails at a bend, scratching his paintwork and destroying most of his trucks. However, due to the fact that both of these engines were privately owned, they left the Mid-Hants Railway in 2014. He later made rude remarks about Henry when he was using special coal, called Toby and Henrietta 'dirty objects', and subsequently got into an accident with some tar wagons. When work began to increase steadily on the railway, James and the others started to complain about it, leading The Fat Controller to buy a goods engine from Scotland, only to receive two. 1874; this means that James will no longer appear at the Thomas events at the Watercress Line. He also pulled the express for Gordon when the latter was switched off the main line and went on strike along with Gordon and Henry.
After Donald crashed into a signal box and was in need of repair, James has handle the goods work for Donald, much to his annoyance, leading him to bump the trucks around, and tricked by The Spiteful Brakevan, needing to be helped up the hill by Douglas, and stood beside the Scottish twins when they were worried about being sent away, and cheered with the rest when they were to stay. James owned up to Sir Topham Hatt, admitting he should have waited for Rocky to be secured properly before leaving. The two engines later meet at the Clay Pits, and James decides to show Percy how brave he can be. He later made rude remarks about Henry when he was using special coal, called Toby and Henrietta 'dirty objects' and subsequently got into an accident with some tar wagons. After Donald crashed into a signal box and was in need of repair, James had to handle the goods work for Donald, much to his annoyance, leading him to bump the trucks around and being tricked by The Spiteful Brakevan, needing to be helped up the hill by Douglas. The two engines later meet at the Clay Pits and James decides to show Percy how brave he can be.
Later James told Duck not listen to BoCo about bees, claiming that they were only insects after all, and can whoosh them away easily, only to be stung by one the very next morning. He puffs into the pits looking for the monster, not noticing his whistle is shaking the cliffs.
James stood beside the Scottish twins when they were worried about being sent away and cheered with the rest when they were to stay.
James was one of the first engines to know about Oliver, and phrased the GWR engine so much he got puffed in the smoke box. Upon declaring he was ready for his coaches, James realised that his coaches were now Thomas', and the little tank engine now had his own branch line.
He sees a dinosaur skeleton sticking out of the cliff wall, and races backward as fast as he can. Later, James told Duck not to listen to BoCo about bees, claiming that they were only insects after all and he could whoosh them away easily, only to be stung by one the very next morning.
Upon declaring he was ready for his coaches, James realised that his coaches were now Thomas' and the little tank engine now had his own branch line.
He sees a dinosaur skeleton sticking out of the cliff wall and races backwards as fast as he can. But his whistling has started an avalanche, so Percy pushes him forward and they race to safety. James was one of the first engines to know about Oliver and praised the Great Western Railway engine so much he got puffed in the smoke box. But his whistling had started a landslide, so Percy pushed him forward and they raced to safety.



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