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Thomas the Tank Engine is a fictional steam locomotive in The Railway Series books by the Reverend Wilbert Awdry and his son, Christopher.
Thomas is a tank engine, painted blue with red lining, and displays the running number one. Thomas first appeared in 1946 in the second book in the series, Thomas the Tank Engine, and was the focus of the four short stories contained within.
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He became the most popular character in the series, and the accompanying television spin-off series, Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends, which first aired in Britain on October 9th 1984 on ITV.
All of the locomotives in The Railway Series were based on prototypical engines; Thomas has origins in the E2 Class designed by Lawson Billinton in 1913.

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