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Donald's Duck is a 1985 annual story.
One day, Dilly the duck disappears. The engines on the Little Western are worried and so are the staff. The stationmaster and porters look everywhere: under seats, in waiting rooms, behind cupboards and even in the room below the signal box where the oil-lamps are kept, but it is no use. Dilly has vanished. Nobody sees her for months, but one day, when Duck leaves Haultraugh, his fireman spots something on the track. Duck stops just in time! Crossing the rails in front of him are four pale-brown ducklings, their father pecking behind, and in front, their mother... Dilly. The porters arrange a "welcome home" party for her.
- Duck (does not speak)
- James (cameo)
- Donald (mentioned)
- Oliver (mentioned)
- Sir Topham Hatt (mentioned)
- The story Donald's Duck is referenced.
- Duck is illustrated to resemble Oliver more, as he is incorrectly depicted as a GWR 14xx class with the sand hatch removed and some handrails missing.
- James is incorrectly depicted as an LMS Fowler 4F class, and because of this, James has an 0-6-0 wheelbase.
- In the second illustration, Duck is far too low to the rails, his axles are also missing.