|This article is about the group of engines. You may be looking for the tender engine.|
These four are tank engines from the Other Railway. Percy once met them at Barrow-in-Furness and told them of the time he braved a flood to help Thomas, when Henry came along and told them to go away.
These engines are based on 1377 Class 1F 0-6-0 tank engines, NER Class E1's, and LSWR G6 Class tank engines.
The tank engines are painted in the unlined BR black livery.
Jinty and Pug's Companions
Each of these engines were painted in BR Passenger Brunswick Green with black and orange lining and BR Mixed-Traffic Black with red and white lining.
- Mr. Perkins Storytime - Sir Topham Hatt's Engines (do not speak)
Other Foreign Engines
While pulling the Flying Kipper, a goods train which had pulled in a siding to let the Flying Kipper pass and the engine's crew were enjoying cocoa in the brake van. However, when the crew notice its nearly time for Henry to pass by, they leave to return to their engine. Their escape comes just in time, as Henry came flying down the siding at full speed and, unable to stop, colliding straight into the train causing a massive wreck which completely destroys the brake van and caused Henry to derail.
Engines from the Other Railway would sometimes visit Sodor and pulled their trains to Tidmouth. They would stay a night at Tidmouth Sheds and return home the following day. Gordon and Duck once had an argument with one of these engines.
When Duck was sent to work at Wellsworth, he often worked as a banker, by helping foreign engines with their trains up Gordon's Hill. One day, he bravely stopped one of these engines' runaway goods train. In addition, Duck almost collided with another foreign engine pulling a passenger train at Crosby.
- Henry the Green Engine - The Flying Kipper (does not speak)
- The Eight Famous Engines - Gordon Goes Foreign (mentioned)
- Duck and the Diesel Engine - A Close Shave (do not speak)