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It's a peep peep and a chuff chuff for all the Thomas the Tank Engine fans with eight exciting all NEW adventures to enjoy!
It's a peep peep and a chuff chuff for all the Thomas the Tank Engine fans with nine exciting all NEW adventures to enjoy!
- Thomas and the Jet Engine - Thomas's wish to be as fast as Gordon comes true, but in the end Gordon gets the last laugh because Thomas is too fast to complete his delivery!
- Percy's Chocolate Crunch - After working on a difficult job at the chocolate factory Percy is rewarded with a wash down.
- No Sleep for Cranky - Cranky learns a lesson when he drops some pipes in the shed in a tantrum.
- Harvey to the Rescue - When Percy has an accident, Harvey the new engine proves his usefulness to the team.
- A Bad Day for Harold the Helicopter - When Harold has a very bad day and crashes into a haystack (unhurt) it's Percy to the rescue.
- Elizabeth the Vintage Lorry - Upon discovering an old steam lorry called Elizabeth in a shed, the Fat Controller decides to restore her to her original beauty.
- Jack Jumps In (DVD only) - Thomas helps Jake the digger-loader on his first day at the quarry.
- A Friend in Need - While working at the quarry Thomas has an accident and is helped out by his new friend Jack the digger-loader.
- The World's Strongest Engine - Diesel hopes to get rid of the steam engines once and for all but for once the troublesome trucks are on the engines' side and help to get rid of Diesel instead!
- Some copies of the DVD came with Surprise Adventures.
- This was Australia's first DVD release.
- The widescreen version of the title cards is used for all the episodes.
- The widescreen version of No Sleep for Cranky, Harvey to the Rescue, A Bad Day for Harold the Helicopter and Elizabeth the Vintage Lorry is used as the top and bottom of the scene is cropped and the left and right sides of the scenes are also cropped, so as the opening and ending.
- In Thomas' Anthem and Don't Judge a Book By It's Cover, the opening from Story and Song Collection is used.
- The episodes are fullscreen for both the VHS and DVD, but they're widescreen on digital download.
- In the episode selection menu, Harvey's theme is used in the first and third page, and the Brendam Docks theme in the second page were played from scenes when the narrator wasn't speaking.
- In the subtitles menu, lines from the episodes are heard. The lines were, "What took you so long?" from Elizabeth the Vintage Lorry, "Usefulness before cleaniness" from Percy's Chocolate Crunch and "Different is what makes you special" from Harvey to the Rescue are heard.
- The front cover features a picture from It's Only Snow.
- On the back cover, the episodes are mistakenly credited as been made in 1998.
- Jack is mistakenly called "Jake" on the back cover.
- Jack Jumps In is called "Jack Goes To Work" on the back cover. This is due to it being the original episode title.
- On the song menu, Come for the Ride is mistitled Rockin' on The Railway.
- In Thomas' Anthem, the start of the opening uses the title card of Story and Song Collection.