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Thomas and the U.K. Trip (きかんしゃトーマスとイギリスの旅) is a Japanese Thomas/Hirake! Ponkikki crossover special. It aired on 4 December 1992.
Two children's television characters from Japan, Gachapin and Mukku, visit the United Kingdom. During their visit, they come to Sodor to meet Thomas, Sir Topham Hatt, and the other engines. During the second half, they visit real railways and learn how steam locomotives work.
- Sir Topham Hatt
- Henry (does not speak)
- James (does not speak)
- Oliver (does not speak)
- Mavis (does not speak)
- Bulgy (does not speak)
- Toad (cameo)
- Kunie Yasawa as Gachapin
- Juuji Matsuda as Mukku
- Keiko Toda as Thomas
- Kenji Utsumi as Gordon
- Chisato Nakajima as Percy
- Kōhei Miyauchi as Sir Topham Hatt
- This marks the first time Oliver, Mavis, and Bulgy's nameboards are seen.
- An instrumental version of The Beatles song "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" is used at one point.
- The scenes of Thomas and his friends interacting with Gachapin and Mukku were filmed during the production of the third season.
- When this special aired in Japan, five episodes have been featured in between scenes of the special: Thomas' Train, Thomas Goes Fishing, Thomas and Bertie, Off the Rails and Ghost Train.
- The Full Uncut Version is available at ThomasFan1945's YouTube Channel since no one else got it. He got it from the Google Drive link, he been able to upload it to YouTube but he wasn't to sure if it was the full version because they were no credits in the video so he decided to say the "FULL UNCUT VERSION".
- When Thomas is talking to Gachapin and Mukku, a wire is hanging from underneath Thomas' running board.
- Henry's firebox is crooked.
- When James and Henry puff out of the shed, they're going slowly, but the sound of them puffing is fast.
- Thomas' Anthem plays in English instead of Japanese.
- When the short versions were uploaded by people from YouTube, because for some reason those two people that were talking to Thomas are missing.