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"Other engines came and went, but Duke outlasted them all."
―The author, Granpuff, Duke the Lost Engine

Several other engines worked alongside Duke, Falcon, Stuart and Stanley on the former Mid Sodor Railway. According too The Island of Sodor: Its People, History and Railways, in 1936, the Railway had six locomotives (excluding Stanley). Three of these were sold off in that year in an effort to keep the Company's head above water. Their fates afterwards are unknown.

These engines never appeared in any of the Railway Series stories, but appeared on the Reverend W. Awdry's model layouts of the Mid Sodor Railway. Though their existence was implied, they were never mentioned by name. Some of these engines were on display at the Reverend Teddy Boston's Cadeby Light Railway, before the railway finally closed in 2005.

In the television series, Skarloey, Rheneas, and Duncan made various cameo appearances on the Mid Sodor Railway as though they were depicted as the other engines working alongside Duke, Falcon, Stuart and Smudger.


This article is about the narrow gauge engine. You may be looking for the standard gauge engine or the human.

  • Number: MSR 5
  • Designer: Henry Hughes
  • Builder: Falcon Works
  • Built: circa 1904
  • Configuration: 0-4-2ST, originally 0-6-0T

There were two engines named Albert on Awdry's layout.


The first version, was built from a Minitrains Baldwin modified into an 0-6-0. The second version was based on a Hughes Falcon locomotive in original Corris Railway condition, like Falcon.


The newer version of Albert was painted sky blue with a black running board, and brass fittings. The original version's livery is unknown.


This article is about the narrow gauge engine. You may be looking for the magazine character or the other magazine character.

  • Number: MSR 6
  • Class: Kerr Stuart Skylark
  • Designer: Kerr, Stuart & Co.
  • Builder: California Works
  • Built: sometime between circa 1910 and 1930
  • Configuration: 0-4-2T

Jim was built by Awdry from a Gem Vari-kit, similar to Tim.


Jim is based on a Kerr Stuart Skylark class locomotive. A member of this class, "Lukee", is preserved in Australia.


Jim was painted green with a bronze dome and a black footplate. His name and number were painted in yellow on either side.


This article is about the narrow gauge engine. You may be looking for the standard gauge engine.

  • Number: MSR 7
  • Built: 1918
  • Configuration: 0-4-0T

Tim was built by Awdry as a generic tank locomotive, from a Gem Vari-kit.


Tim was painted black with a brass dome.


  • In one of Awdry's scrapbooks, it is noted that Tim pulled passenger trains to Cas-ny-Hawin.


  • Designer: Andrew Barclay Sons & Co.
  • Builder: Caledonia Works
  • Built: circa 1919
  • Configuration: 0-6-0T

Jerry was built by Awdry from a Peco kit.


The Peco Jeanette kit Jerry is made from is of a freelance design. However, the kit was based on the Andrew Barclay locomotive "Doll". "Doll" and its older sister "Gertrude" are preserved.


Jerry was painted green with a bronze dome and a black footplate. His name and number were painted in yellow on either side.

The Mine Engines

The Mine Engines
  • Class: Decauville Type 1
  • Builder: Jouef Decauville
  • Built: circa 1899
  • Configuration: 0-4-0PT

The Mine Engines are two engines that worked at the mines of the Mid Sodor Railway, it is currently unknown what happened to the engines who worked at the mines which later were closed.


The Mine Engines were based and modelled on the Jouef Decauville Type 1 0-4-0PT locomotive, without cabs.


The Mine Engines were painted light brown with bronze domes.


  • Awdry's original layout had two mine engines, but only one engine was featured on the second layout.
  • The model Awdry used for The Mine Engine is prone to motor burn outs. This is most likely why only one engine is seen on his second layout as the first was ruined and he bought the second as a replacement.

John and Jennings

This article is about the engine. You may be looking for the human.

  • Builder: Fletcher, Jennings & Co.
  • Configuration: 0-4-0WT
  • Configuration: 0-4-2T

The Reverend W. Awdry's original layout of Mid Sodor featured two other red engines, named John and Jennings. They were both built from Peco James kits. The only difference being Jennings was modified into an 0-4-0WT. Their basis' are unknown.

The two engines remained in storage at the Cadeby Light Railway. One was painted dark red with a brass dome, and the other resembles Rheneas.

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