There have been several scrapped engines seen across Sodor and other railways.
Other Railway Engines
|Other Railway 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 1185 class 0-8-2 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.
- Stepney the "Bluebell" Engine (do not speak)
|The Scrap Engines|
The Märklin Engine is 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 its 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
|The Old Shed Engine|
This engine was seen in a old shed near the station that is used for storage. It had a cobweb around his/her funnel. It's unknown if the engine is alive or not.
It's unknown what basis the engine is based after.
- 1991 - Thomas and the Tiger
The Scrap Engine
|The Scrap Engine|
The Scrap Engine appeared in Thomas' dream after he visited the scrapyard one day. In the dream, the scrap engine rattled down the main line blowing his wonky whistle.
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