In the mid 1950s, Gordon would stop at Barrow-in-Furness with the Express and an engine from the Other Railway would take the train on to London. One day in 1956, the engine pulling the express that day rolled over while coming out of the yard, blocking the line, and with permission from the Fat Controller, Gordon took the train on to London.
The engine is painted in British Railways' Brunswick green livery with orange and black lining, and white buffers.
The engine resembles a LNER B12.
- 1996 - Thomas the Tank Engine: The Complete Collection (does not speak)
- In the Railway Series the engine was faceless, but in Mr Perkins Storytime, it was drawn with a face.