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Thomas and Friends - The Railway Stories, The Little Old Engine and other stories - AudioBook CD

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Thomas and Friends - The Railway Stories, The Little Old Engine and other stories - AudioBook CD

Thomas and Friends

The Railway Stories - The Little Old Engine and different stories

based on Reverend W. Awdry's stories

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Thomas and Friends - The Railway Stories, The Little Old Engine and different stories - Audio Book CD  

Brand New ( 1.25 hours 1 CD):  

About The Little Old Engine and additional stories

A collection of stories featuring Thomas the Tank Engine.

Duck and the Diesel Engine -

Duck the Great Western Engine has settled in perfectly found on the Island of Sodor, thus much thus that the additional machines are getting a small tired of his know-it-all attitude. These are generally happy when a smooth-talking diesel engine – just termed as Diesel – arrives to aid out. When Duck shows him up, Diesel vows revenge, and begins spreading malicious lies about Duck. Fortunately, the Fat Controller has a program to obvious Duck’s name…

The Little Old Engine -

More adventures found on the Skarloey Railway. Skarloey returns from being repaired to discover that there are 2 modern machines found on the railway. Rusty the diesel is friendly and helpful, but Duncan is boisterous, careless and rude. Sir Handel is nonetheless his older self. A tv team comes to film a documentary on the railway, and Skarloey informs them about the Talyllyn Railway

The Twin Engines -

The Fat Controller orders an engine from Scotland to aid out with goods function, but is amazed when 2 machines arrive rather. To confuse issues further, the machines claim to not understand their British Railways numbers, or which of them could have been transferred. The motors are Donald and Douglas, and are twins. As whichever 1 of them is transferred back is scrapped, they are determined to remain. Despite some misadventures, the additional motors convince the Fat Controller to keep both of them.

About Reverend W. Awdry

Wilbert Vere Awdry, OBE, (15 June 1911 – 21 March 1997), better well-known as the Reverend W. Awdry, was a clergyman, railway enthusiast and children's writer. He is ideal termed as the writer of The Railway Series of books in which the character Thomas the Tank Engine originated. Reverend W Awdry was born in Romsey, Hampshire in 1911. The son of the clergyman, he was educated at Dauntseys School, West Lavington, Wiltshire; St Peter's Hall, Oxford (BA, 1932), and Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. He was ordained into the Anglican priesthood in 1936. In 1938 he married Margaret Wale, and 2 years later took a curacy in St. Nicholas' Church, Kings Norton, Birmingham where he lived until 1946. He subsequently moved to Cambridgeshire, serving as Rector of Elsworth with Knapwell, 1946-53, and Vicar of Emneth, 1953-65. He retired from full-time ministry in 1965, and moved to Stroud, Gloucestershire.

The characters that would create Awdry distinguished, and the initial stories featuring them, were invented in 1943 to amuse his son Christopher during a bout of measles. After Awdry wrote The Three Railway Engines, Christopher desired a model of Gordon; nonetheless, that has been too difficult. Instead, Awdry prepared a model of the tank engine from odds and ends and painted it blue. Christopher christened the model engine Thomas. Next Christopher requested stories about Thomas and these duly followed and were published in the distinguished book Thomas the Tank Engine, introduced in 1946. The initially book (The Three Railway Engines) was published in 1945, and by the time Awdry stopped composing in 1972, The Railway Series numbered 26 books. Christopher subsequently added further books to the series.

Awdry's enthusiasm for railways didn't stop at his magazines. He was included in railway preservation, and built model railways, which he took to exhibitions around the nation. Awdry wrote alternative books besides those of The Railway Series, both fiction and non-fiction. The story Belinda the Beetle was about a red vehicle (it became a Volkswagen Beetle just in the illustrations to the paperback editions). Wilbert Awdry was granted an OBE in the 1996 New Year’s Honours List, but by that time his wellness had deteriorated and he was unable to travel to London. He died peacefully in Stroud, Gloucestershire, on 21 March 1997, at the age of 85. He is interred at Gloucester Crematorium. A biography entitled The Thomas the Tank Engine Man was created by Brian Sibley and published in 1995.

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