The First Three
The first one was coloured green and cream and had a yellow face. He resembles a BR Class 31 Brush Type 2 A1A-A1A diesel-electric. 31120 is another member of this class. If looked at closely, his number seems to be D701. His headcode is "4F12". The second was brown, and resembles a BR Class 52 "Western" C-C diesel-hydraulic. All locomotives of this class were given two-word names, the first word being "Western" and thus the type became known as Westerns. The last was coloured green all over, and resembles a BR Class 40 1Co-Co1. The Diesel and Old Stuck-Up are members of this class also. It is also seen that this diesel's number is D782.
- Stepney the "Bluebell" Engine (do not speak)
The Last Three
The first diesel painted yellow and black "hazard" stripes and appeared to be based on a Class 08. Unlike most Class 08 featured in the Railway Series and the Television series, it's face appeared to be descending from his cab, rather than his front end. The second diesel was painted in British Rail "Rail Blue" livery with large yellow warning panels, and appeared to be based on a BR Class 28. BoCo and D5705 are also members of this class. Upon closer inspection of the main line going away from the signalbox, another Diesel engine can be seen in the background.
- Enterprising Engines (do not speak)
|98462 and 87546 • The Workshop Engines • The Foreign Engines • Diesel • The Foreign Engine • The Derailed Engine • Jinty and Pug • The Diesel • The Scrapyard Engines • 199 • The Passing Diesel • Other Railway Diesels • King James I • Old Stuck-Up • Alfred and Judy • Toby's Brothers • 8783 • The Old Engine • The Diesel Shunter • 31120 • 10751 • Wilbert • Sixteen • Sixteen's Friends • Albert • Bahamas • D5705 • Lemberg • Pretty Polly • The Dukedogs • British Railways|
|Lady • Spencer • Hiro • Hiro's Friends • Connor • Caitlin • Stephen's Friends • The Mainland Engines|
|Silver Jubilee • Helena|
|Spencer's Special Coaches • Connor's Coaches • Caitlin's Coaches|
|The Flying Thistle|