There have been several scrapped engines seen across Sodor and other railways.
British Railways Scrap Engines
These scrap engines appeared in the second illustration of Stepney the "Bluebell" Engine. All four had lost their paint and were waiting in a siding to be scrapped.
The engine on the left seems to be a GWR 2251 class 0-6-0 tender engine. The engine on the right seems to be an LNWR 18in 0-6-2 tank engine with his/her trailing wheels, bunker and back end of his/her cab already cut off. The engine behind the engine on the right, on the same track, seems to be another tank engine with his/her smokebox door and his/her side tanks already removed. The fourth engine, on the far right, appears to be another tank engine. The boiler of an engine can also be seen being lifted up by a crane in the background.
- 2017 - Journey Beyond Sodor (cameo)
Sodor Scrap Engines
The Märklin Engine is also one of these scrapped engines.
Two engines appear in a scrapyard in the magazine story Saved Again; a silver engine and a yellow tender engine with his/her wheels, tender and funnel removed. The yellow engine closely resembles James' class.
- According to crew member Christopher Noulton, the Gordon model used in the pilot was rebuilt by him for the second season for use as a stand-by model. It was later cut up and used as scrap set dressing.
The Old Shed Engine
This engine was seen in an old shed near the station that is used for storage. He/she had a cobweb around his/her funnel.
It is unknown what basis the engine is based on though He/she loosely resembles James.
- 1991 - Thomas and the Tiger (cameo)
The Eerie Engine
A scrap engine just like the one in Thomas' dream was later put together from old parts at the scrapyard by a sculptor. It was then put into a modern art exhibition.
- 2005 - Eerie Engine
The American EngineAfter Thomas crashed near the Grand Canyon, Beau laughed about an engine who had crashed and been left to rust.
- The engine's model was reused from Bert .