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PEEP! PEEP! All the engines on the Island of Sodor work very hard to keep things running smoothly on Sir Topham Hatt's railway. But even with all this hard work, sometimes unexpected things can happen. Who would have guessed that Thomas would rocket past the proud and fast Gordon, thanks to a surprising push from a jet engine? And is Percy's imagination getting the best of him, or are naughty gnomes really playing tricks around the old mine? Can horses fly? Well, Harold certainly can make them- especially when one needs a lift to a big Island celebration. And who says that engines are only Really Useful on the tracks? See how Salty and Fergus save the day when the light goes out on the Island's lighthouse during a big storm.
Join all of your Island friends as they go full steam ahead with some great adventures. And remember to always expect the unexpected!
- Thomas and the Jet Engine
- Percy and the Haunted Mine
- Scaredy Engines
- Harold and the Flying Horse
- Bulgy Rides Again
- Salty's Stormy Tale
- Memory Madness game
- Counting Corner game
- What Came First? game
- Character Cube
- Web Fun
- This is the last US release to use the classic Thomas and Friends intro and outro scenes.
- This was the last US release to use the original music for each story.
- In addition, this is the only release to have original music along with Michael Brandon's narration.
- When you view the DVD on your computer, it has the same icon as from the PC games (for example: The Great Festival Adventure and Trouble on the Tracks)
- During the opening of the DVD menu, steam is blowing from the top of Salty's cab instead of his exhaust pipe.
- Writers Ross Hastings, Robyn Charteris, Robin Kingsland and Brian Trueman are not listed in the credits.
- The Netflix cover is taken from Hooray for Thomas and Other Adventures and therefore contains scenes from the episodes Hooray for Thomas! and Best Dressed Engine, which are not featured on the release.
- The title card for Thomas and the Jet Engine is played twice.
- Thomas is mirrored on the cover (as his lamp is on the wrong side), however his number has been edited to face the correct way.