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There are four known windmills on Sodor: one on Thomas' Branch Line, one on the main line, one near Killaban and Toby's Windmill on Toby's Branch Line. This windmill is located on Thomas' Branch Line, located between Crowe's Farm Crossing and Dryaw station. A scene from the first season episode, Thomas and Bertie, featuring the Post Mill, was used for the opening credits for the Classic Series (seasons 1-7). This windmill is located on the main line between Balladrine and Kellaby and its model has been seen in various locations since the fifth season. In the ninth season episode, Percy and the Oil Painting, Percy took the famous oil painter to the Tower Mill while looking for "The Spirit of Sodor," but the famous oil painter complained that it was too round.
In the tenth season episode, Topped Off Thomas, Sir Topham Hatt's top hat was blown onto one of the sails of the Tower Mill. The ruined Tower Mill was originally going to appear in the aftermath of the storm in the 2005 special, Calling All Engines! Troublesome Trucks and 8 Other Stories is a Welsh VHS featuring nine first season episodes narrated by John Ogwen.
At the end of Percy Runs Away, the windmill scene from the opening titles is played, followed by the credits played over an image from Coal.
Images from Break Van and Percy's Predicament are on the front and the back cover, but those stories are not on this release.


During the nameboard sequence after Tenders and Turntables, Thomas' name is not translated into Welsh.
A new park is being opened and Duncan is bossing the engines about and telling them to do their work quicker.
This is the fourth episode to use a rendition of William Tell's Overture; the first being Busy Going Backwards, the second being Thomas the Jet Engine, and the third being Rheneas and the Roller Coaster. When Duncan sees Skarloey, Skarloey is preparing to pull some trucks, but in the next scene, Skarloey is pushing trucks. The scenes of Duncan running down the hills are clearly tilted, because Duncan's steam simply shoots out in diagonal jets from his funnel.
When Duncan speeds past the cars, Elizabeth and Bulgy's horn sounds are heard, but they are no where to be seen.
The Skarloey Railway viaduct appeared in the Railway Series books, The Little Old Engine and Gallant Old Engine. Each of the four windmills grinds wheat grown on Sodor into flour for use in making bread for the residents of nearby villages. When Duncan finishes his jobs, he is asked to take an elephant statue down to the park, but Duncan carelessly leaves without the brakevan. Thomas is most often shown passing by this windmill with Annie and Clarabel, however Toby has also been seen passing it.


Between the fifth and sixth seasons its original sails, more similar to those of the Post Mill, were replaced by the set which it carries today. Duncan also ignores the warnings to slow down and thus runs out of control, finally derailing at the park and sending the elephant flying into the pond. This windmill appeared frequently throughout the first to seventh seasons and was featured at the start of the opening credits throughout this time, but has not been seen since the start of the eighth season, when the Tower Mill replaced it in the opening credits. In the seventh season it was located on Edward's Branch Line between Wellsworth and Suddery. Duncan is repaired in time for the opening, but is surprised to find the elephant still in the pond due to general favour of the elephant's position, and embarrassed to be lauded by the others for his fortunate mistake.
In early drafts of Sodor's Legend of the Lost Treasure, Thomas was meant to pass this windmill, but this was later changed to the Tower Mill for unknown reasons.
Since the eighth season it has been shown in its current position on the main line and footage of Thomas passing by the windmill with Annie and Clarabel is used for the intro of the New Series, as well the nineteenth season intro. The Post Mill model has also been seen in three other locations on one-off occasions: on the main line between Lower Tidmouth and Knapford in Time for Trouble, immediately adjacent to Thomas' Branch Line before Crowe's Farm Crossing in Ghost Train and near Ulfstead in Thomas and Percy's Christmas Adventure, a deleted scene from which featured the Post Mill, which was used as the title screen for the sixth season.



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