This article lists the rolling stock that has featured in the Thomas & Friends children's television series.
A large number of different railway trucks and coaches have appeared over the years. In many episodes, coaches or trucks are key to the plot line. The engines prefer coaches, which are smooth-running and well-behaved. The trucks, on the other hand, are generally trouble.
Recurring Characters (Passenger)
The Coaches are pulled by engines to transport passengers from one station to another. The engines consider pulling passenger trains a privilege, although they have been known to anger or upset the coaches. The coaches talk generally to praise or scold the engine pulling them, and sometimes to complain about the conditions of their travel.
Annie and Clarabel
Annie and Clarabel are the two coaches who work with Thomas the Tank Engine on his branch line. Although they are old-fashioned, Thomas loves them very much and the three of them are quite inseparable. The coaches often offer advice to Thomas, and often appear more experienced than he is. Other characters have pulled them when Thomas was preoccupied, which usually makes Thomas upset as he worries for the coaches' safety.
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Mr Jones said he had already spent almost £2,000 applying for planning permission to erect a shed to cover the slurry store, but those costs could rise considerably ... "Restricting the spreading months will put more pressure on stores and come January all the tankers in the area will be out trying to get rid of their slurry," he explained ... .
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House-to-house pipeline network was laid around seven years ago, yet several areas in Kalamna continue to depend on water tankers ...As if this is not enough, water supply through tankers is erratic, complain residents ... TOI visited the locality and found that citizens were also facing severe hardships to store water being supplied through tankers.
New Delhi... A large number of these localities overlap with water-stressed regions where jerry cans and drums are used to store water, municipal officials say ... “People here either procure water from private suppliers or water tankers. The drums used to store water become a hotspot for mosquito breeding,” an official said ... Start a Conversation. .
+Text Size. SmallMediumLarge. Up Next... A large number of these localities overlap with water-stressed regions where jerry cans and drums are used to store water, municipal officials say ... “People here either procure water from private suppliers or water tankers. The drums used to store water become a hotspot for mosquito breeding,” an official said ... .
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