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Three unnamed blue engines appeared throughout various magazine stories and other books.

The Tender Engine


A blue tender engine made an appearance in a magazine story. It was not named and did not speak. It annoyed Daisy after some coal dust got blown into her face from its tender.

Technical Details

Basis

The engine’s basis is unknown. However it does resemble a NBR K Class 4-4-0.

Livery

The tender engine is painted blue with red lining. Its handrails are painted grey.

Appearance

Magazines

Trivia

  • It is likely that this engine is Edward, but illustrated incorrectly.


Gallery

The Poster Engine


A blue tender engine made an appearance in a magazine story. It was not named. It appeared on a poster advertising summer excursions on Sodor.

Technical Details

Basis

The poster engine is based on the LNER A1/A3 Pacific.

Livery

The poster engine is painted blue with red and black lining and has a crest on its tender.

Appearance

Magazines


Gallery

The Lost Engine

This article is about the magazine engine. You may be looking for the Railway Series engine.


A blue tank engine made an appearance in the book, The Monster Under the Shed. It was not named.

Biography

This engine was always ready to help. One night, a stationmaster asked him to get a coach that was left behind. The engine went to get it, but when the weather turned bad, he had to sleep in an old shed. Later, he woke up to a noise and when he opened his eyes, he saw fingers reaching for him from under the shed. He was chased out of the shed by a monster and was never seen again.

Technical Details

Basis

The tank engine's basis is unknown, however, he slightly resembles the LSWR 0298 Beattie.

Livery

The tank engine is painted blue with red lining.

Appearance

Books


Gallery

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