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Montague (affectionately known as "Duck" because of his supposed waddle) is a Great Western pannier tank engine.
Duck worked at Paddington before moving to Sodor in 1955 to take over Percy's shunting duties, leaving the latter free to assist with the construction of Knapford Harbour. 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 continued working on the main line until 1968, at which time the Tidmouth-Arlesburgh branch line - nicknamed The Little Western - was restored and Duck was asked to run it with help from Oliver and, on occasion, Donald and Douglas. Duck has often been away from his branch line since the fifth season such as when he helped Thomas and Percy at the Smelter's Yard and when he got stuck on Gordon's Hill so Edward had to push him and Gordon.
Duck is painted in the GWR's green livery with yellow lining and black wheels, splashers, and pipes. In the Railway Series, Duck carries a brass GWR numberplate on his cab sides (5741) along with two builder's plates on the sides of his cab. In the television series, he has a yellow "8" painted on each side of his cab, upon a black background with a yellow stripe around. Season 5 - Cranky Bugs, Horrid Lorry (cameo), A Better View for Gordon (cameo), Bye George!, Baa!
When the series transitioned to CGI beginning with the twelfth season, Duck's face was smaller. The individual who uploaded this work and first used it in an article, and subsequent persons who place it into articles, assert that this qualifies as fair use of the material under United States copyright law. Duck was a hard worker, but the others mistook his work ethic for simplicity and tried to use this to their advantage.


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. A tramp steamer crashed into the shed causing the shed and Cranky to topple over while also causing the engines to be trapped. In the seventh season, Duck was part of Arthur's first accident and helped Oliver after he crashed into a snowman. He has the letters "GWR" written on his pannier tanks in yellow and red and a gold brass safety valve cover. 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. I volunteer at the Ffestiniog Railway in North Wales where I live it is a great job but I sometimes have to work into the night fixing trains. They soon found their mistake when Duck and Percy took revenge on them by barring them from the shed. 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. Of course, by this time the others were aware that the matter was all Diesel's fault, but Duck's triumph certainly helped. Afterwards, George refuses to let Duck get his truck off the Main Line, resulting in Gordon crashing into it.


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 likes things to run like clockwork, without fuss, and is a very efficient, loyal engine.
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 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. When a man had hurt his hand, Duck brought him to Bertie, who would take the man to the hospital.
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. 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. He will often support the underdog, stick up for his friends, and help others see the error of their ways. He has earned the respect of the bigger engines and has firm friendships with Edward, Percy, Oliver, BoCo, and the Scottish twins.



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