Puffer Portrait is a magazine story.
Arthur was collecting passengers to take to the fishing village. Among them were Stephen, Bridget, and Lady Hatt who were heading for the beach. The children were keen to try out their new camera. They took pictures of their grandmother, busy fisherman, and even an artist. The artist then asks if he can paint their picture. They all agree and its not long before they are telling Arthur about their day. Arthur offers to have his photo taken, but the children's camera has run out of film. Then the artist arrives; he is going home too. Suddenly there is an urgent announcement; due to a points failure, Arthur's departure will be delayed. Bridget and Stephen have an idea and fetch the artist, who takes out all his equipment and sits on the platform painting Arthur. Arthur agrees that it is as good as any photograph!