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Gordon was built experimentally by Sir Nigel Gresley at Doncaster Works between 1920 and 1922 as an "A0" Pacific, a so-called "proto-type".
Gordon is mainly used for passenger duties, pulling the North Western Railway's express, the Wild Nor' Wester, but has occasionally pulled goods trains.
Gordon has become famous after his adventures: In 1953, he pulled Queen Elizabeth II's royal train and in 1956, he traveled to London, where he was lauded by a large crowd. In 2011, he was dismissed from pulling the express regularly to Barrow due to the purchase of Pip and Emma.
Gordon has, to date, been the fastest engine on Sodor, but has sometimes had accidents, due to him trying to show off. Gordon once tried taking a shortcut in order to beat Stanley to Great Waterton, but accidentally crashed into Ben's logs, but luckily, saved Stanley from crashing into them, on the track below.
Once, he was waiting at Kellsthorpe Station while a workman was painting a telephone box on the other platform. In Sodor's Legend of the Lost Treasure, Gordon says that Thomas is a silly little engine, making Thomas upset, Thomas wants to take revenge and runs Gordon's express coaches off the rails, due to this incident Thomas is sent away. Gordon's important position as the engine who usually pulls the Express has made him proud, pompous and self-important, with good reason too; he is the strongest engine on Sodor.
Because of his rank in the social order of the North Western Railway, Gordon expects to get the important jobs and either sulks when he does not, or gets jealous of those who do. Sometimes Gordon shows a kinder side and gives the younger engines advice, usually after he has had some mishap as a result of his foolhardiness.
In order to interact with the large scale people, a large scale version of Gordon had been made since Season 1.
Gordon is painted NWR blue with NWR red-and-yellow lining and the number "4" painted on his tender sides in yellow. Before arriving on Sodor, he was painted Doncaster green with white and black lining, Gordon often mentioned in the Railway Series.
Two of Gordon's models are currently on display; one is in Canada at Nitrogen Studios, and the other model is currently in Japan.
Gordon is named after a rude boy that lived on the Awdrys' street when Christopher was a child. In the annual story, Galloping Sausage, Gordon is portrayed with a 4-6-4 wheel arrangement. Since Thomas and the Magic Railroad, Gordon's rear bogie has been joined to his driving wheel chassis and extra red lining was added to the cab side of his tender. The Halloween Engine in the eighth season episode, Halloween, was recycled from one of Gordon's scrap models. Montague (affectionately known as "Duck" because of his supposed waddle) is a Great Western Railway pannier tank engine.
Duck has two Great Western autocoaches named Alice and Mirabel, as well as three Great Western Slip Coaches collectively nicknamed "Slippies". When Diesel arrived, the others took a liking to his flattery, but Duck was doubtful and left Diesel to his own devices, which resulted in the latter getting into a mishap with some old trucks.
Duck had pretty much the same start in the television series as in the original book series. Duck has had many adventures, such as: helping Stepney take the express to Crovan's Gate after the Diesel broke down, supporting Oliver when he took on S.
He once ran into a flood whilst working on his branch line, and had to wait until James brought Rocky to help him.
In Sodor's Legend of the Lost Treasure, Duck helped with building the new branch line and was very excited and surprised to see Donald And Douglas, and brought Rocky to lift Thomas out of the cavern that he had fallen into. Duck is painted in the GWR's green livery with yellow lining and black wheels, splashers, and pipes. In the Railway Series, Duck carries brass GWR number plates on his cab sides (5741) along with a builder's plate on either side of his cab, as well as a gold safety valve cover.
In the television series, Duck is painted in the North Western Railway's green livery (albeit unlined and with black wheels) and has a yellow "8" painted on each side of his cab, upon a black background with a yellow stripe around.
He also made two cameos in eighth season music videos and one in a tenth season music video.
One of Duck's models used to be on display at Nitrogen Studios; it is no longer on public display because the model is broken. The stepladder underneath his cab seems to be smaller than the one on his model form and real life basis.
Michael Angelis is credited along with Ringo Starr on the back cover, but he does not narrate any episodes on this release. The cover features an image from Thomas and Trevor, but that episode is not featured on this release. Duke John Arnold Norramby of Sodor, named after the Duke of Sodor, is considered a hero amongst the engines.
Duke was built at Boston Lodge in Minfford, Wales in 1879 before being transported to Sodor for the opening of the Mid Sodor Railway in 1880.
The story of Duke being rediscovered was based upon a true story about an engine abandoned in the Brazilian rainforest. Duke is painted brown with yellow lining in the television series and has two red plaques on either side of his saddletank with his name written in gold.
Duke was the first narrow gauge engine to not be based on an engine from the Talyllyn Railway. Very little is known about Fred's character, it is assumed he is lazy and tries to stay out of work by pretending to be ill. Fred was only mentioned in the Railway Series, he never physically appeared in any stories and never received a proper introduction.

Where Fred inherited his named from is unknown, because engines on the Skarloey Railway are named after either a place or a person. This file contains additional information, probably added from the digital camera or scanner used to create or digitize it. If the file has been modified from its original state, some details may not fully reflect the modified file. Prior to their adoption into the Skarloey Railway family, Mighty Mac had only worked in the shunting yards. Mighty Mac is based on a Double Fairlie locomotive of the Ffestiniog Railway with added bufferbeams. When Gresley was finished using Gordon for designing his A1 Pacifics, he sold Gordon, along with a spare boiler and firebox, to theNorth Western Railway. He has been known to run into ditches and stop on hills to get out of doing these jobs, as he believes that these are below him. His conjugated valve gear was replaced by a two-cylinder chassis (designed by the Fat Controller), he received a smoother running plate, Stanier underframes wheels, cylinders, squared-off side windows, rectangular buffers, and a Fowler tender. He likes this, because he can do two trips a day instead of one and he does not have to hurry. In the fifth season, his brakes were not working, and could not stop, in result of him crashing through the Kirk Ronan Station wall. When Gordon was given the task of taking the Lion of Sodor to the Duke and Duchess of Boxford's summer house with Ferdinand, he ignored his advice about going slowly over the Fenland, in result of the statue falling into the muddy marsh. But the man accidentally kicked his paint can onto the track next to Gordon, just as Connor raced through the station, splattering red paint all over Gordon.
Later, while he is pulling the express, Thomas nearly collides with him while chasing Sailor John and Skiff. Gordon's philosophy "tender engines don't shunt" meant that he looked down on tank engines and tender engines who do shunt, but after being locked in the shed with Henry and James after going on strike and before the seventeenth season, he seems to have abandoned this philosophy. Sometimes, Gordon acts as a bully, particularly towards Edward, but following misadventures where Edward had to help him, Gordon had to acknowledge that despite being old, Edward is still a very useful engine. It usually was featured in close-up scenes of Gordon's Cab, Gordon's Crew, Gordon's Whistle and Gordon's Tender. Gordon, being an experimental engine, never received a number, and was later rebuilt at Crewe with LMS underparts and a six-wheel tender, owning to various problems. Duck was a hard worker, but the others mistook his work ethic for simplicity and tried to use this to their advantage.
A tramp steamer crashed into the shed causing the shed and Cranky to topple over while also causing the engines to be trapped.
He has been seen in various yards along the mainline and Edward's Branch Line doing mostly goods work. Unfortunately, Oliver and Percy ran into them due to a broken signal knocked down by Rocky's swinging crane arm, and delayed Duck's rescue. He is very proud of his noble Great Western heritage, often claiming that "there are two ways of doing things: the Great Western way, or the wrong way", occasionally to the frustration of other engines. Despite his appearance on arrival its said in IoS that he was in BR livery, which would make sense for 1955. Awdry's model of Duck explains his name: when the model for Duck was purchased for Awdry's model railway, it was soon discovered that its wheels were uneven, hence giving him a "waddling" gait.
He believed that The Duke of Sodor would come to rescue him, but as time went on, he didn't show, and Duke began to have doubts which grew stronger and stronger. He is also the mentor of Peter Sam and Sir Handel, from their older days on the Mid-Sodor Railway, when they were called Stuart and Falcon respectively.
Duke himself is based on Prince, a tender engine from the Ffestiniog Railway at Porthmadog, North Wales.Bertram is another member of this class. The portrait of him that appeared in Bulldog was seen throughout the fourth and fifth seasons as well.
Awdry's model of "The Duke" was at the Reverend Teddy Boston's Cadeby Light Railway, before the railway finally closed in 2005.
The Skarloey Railway bought the two worn out Hunslet diesels from the National Coal Board and using parts from both engines they constructed Fred. One holiday weekend, he pretended to be ill so he wouldn't have to pull the weedkilling train.
Their lack of knowledge beyond their boundaries created much conflict between the two halves (for example, which end is in charge of doing what), which placed themselves and their passengers in great danger whilst running an important errand.
On Mighty's side, his cab windows and tank caps are lined with yellow, while on Mac's side, they're lined with red.
Also, in the sixth season, he ignored Salty's advice about going slow while pullingtrucks, in result of him speeding down a rickety old branch line, and tumbling into a field. After the statue was cleaned, Gordon let Ferdinand be his front engine, and they delivered the statue safely to the summer house. He's goodhearted, always willing to forgive, and uses his superior strength to help smaller engines out of trouble. However, sometimes Gordon still doubts Edward is still reliable, such as the time he didn't believe Edward could win a race against Spencer because "he's only a back engine" and "a waste of steam". Gordon has since been rebuilt below the footplate according to Stanier designs, his running plate being Sir Topham Hatt's own design. They soon found their mistake when Duck and Percy took revenge on them by barring them from the shed. Diesel vowed to get revenge and, inspired by several incidents occurring around the yard in Duck's absence, spread rumours that Duck had given offensive nicknames to the others. Ruffey and the other trucks, went to the Big City with the engines after they received a letter from a little girl, and tried helping Henry with getting the Flying Kipper up Gordon's Hill, but ended up crashing into it after the tail lamp fell off.

During one hectic summer, Sir Topham Hatt was not sure how to handle the number of passengers travelling on his railway.
Duck is often welcoming of newcomers, even most diesels, in spite of having lies told about him by Devious Diesel not long after his arrival.
Although once lost for many years in an old shed that nature tucked away and forgot, after the Mid-Sodor Railway came to an end, he was found by rescuers, although quite by accident, when one came in through his shed roof.
Awdry's model railway, he had "The Duke" written on his sides and "MS" written on his tender. Like Rusty, he was painted charcoal-black while the other steam engines on the Skarloey Railway were painted red. Once more, the official websites state that Rusty is the only diesel engine on the Narrow Gauge Railway.
Mac is the "younger" half and is distinguished by his youthful features, round nose, and freckled cheeks.
But, with advice from Thomas in mind, they were able to complete their task and realise the value of working as one.
In 1957, when Diesel arrived on trial and was having trouble moving some old trucks, he decided to make rumours about Duck giving Gordon a bad nickname, Galloping Sausage. Though he has proven to not be too big for his wheels, and be useful instead, like when Spencer first arrived on Sodor, he gave him advice about taking on water before going to Maron Station, in result, he ran out of water on Gordon's Hill, and Gordon had to pull him there. They have since then been good friends. One winter he, along with the rest of the steam team, had to find places to sleep, when the turntable at Tidmouth Sheds was frozen, so he decided to sleep there, in the one accessible berth, in result of him getting stuck in there the next morning, and remaining there for the rest of the day. Duck was sent to work as a banker at Wellsworth pending further inquiry and after bravely stopping a runaway goods train at his own risk regained the respect of the others. Duck and Percy were furious and went on strike until the Fat Controller made them work again. Afterwards, George refused to let Duck get his truck off the Main Line, resulting in Gordon crashing into it. Duck suggested bringing slip coaches, which he had used on the Great Western Railway, to the island. Duck knows how to hold his own and tends to stand for no nonsense from any engines that might get ideas above their station and try to order him or others about. He will often support the underdog, stick up for his friends, and help others see the error of their ways.
The Swindon trained Sir Topham Hatt soon allowed him to revert to GWR though, possibly at the same time he was given above running plate sand boxes.
Awdry in 1969 and taken by road and rail to Crovan's Gate, where he was restored and returned to service in 1982. He may have a head teacher attitude and maintain his authority at all times, but can be quick to apply his knowledge and years of experience to help guide and correct any younger engine. That, he, Henry, and James decided to wheesh and yelled at Duck to keep out of their sheds. In the tenth season, he, along with Edward, criticised Rocky when he first arrived on Sodor, and called him "new-fangled nonsense." Afterwards, when he crashed into Edward's pipes, which had fallen off his flatbeds, he derailed.
Of course, by this time the others were aware that the matter was all Diesel's fault, but Duck's heroism certainly helped. Duck was spared punishment when the Fat Controller was told George was to blame for Duck not clearing the Main Line before Gordon came through. However, James lied and used the idea as his own, initially receiving praise only to cause trouble.
He likes things to run like clockwork, without fuss, and is a very efficient, loyal engine. However, occasionally he does have the "Tank Engine sense" of teasing the bigger engines such as Gordon. Its worth pointing out his number plate is not necessarily the one originally assigned to him during his building.
However, when the truth came out that Duck had not made the nicknames, they begin to feel very silly about jumping to conclusions before knowing the true story. In result, Rocky came, and lifted him, and the pipes back onto the rails, proving how useful he is.
Duck soon took control of the slip coaches and things worked out perfectly, with the coaches now appearing to be used year round. He takes tremendous pride in the responsibilities bestowed upon him, particularly in his role of running his own branch line with Oliver, sometimes known as the "Little Western" as a result. He can often be heard to say "That would never suit his Grace!" upon hearing or seeing something that he takes a disapproval to, or pedantically stating how he thinks someone would have adhered to the rules and regulations in his young days. He later ran a red signal by mistake while trying to show how fast he could be, and almost collided with Oliver. But he has earned the respect of the bigger engines and has firm friendships with Edward, Percy, Oliver, BoCo, and the Scottish twins. Despite their teasing ways, Sir Handel and Peter Sam in particular have grown to become very fond of Duke and dearly nicknamed him "Granpuff". When a man had hurt his hand, Duck brought him to Bertie, who would take the man to the hospital.
Thanks to Bertie's remarks at Duck for flying along the rails, Duck now knew that rails could take him as many places as water could.

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