Tiger Moth is a red and yellow bi-plane who is reckless and daring. In the magazines, Tiger Moth has a face.
He flies high and low, doing tricks to show off, and is very rude indeed. He learnt his lesson after crashing into a haystack.
Tiger Moth is loosely based on a de Havilland Tiger Moth with a radial engine and tail resembling that of a Sopwith Camel. According to an interview with Robert Gauld-Galliers by SiF, Tiger Moth is actually a Nieuport 17 Bi-Plane.
- The design on top of Tiger Moth's wings resembles the top half of the old Japanese flag.
- The red and yellow paint work resembles the Tiger Moth model (and plane for the live-action footage) in the "Thunderbirds" movie "Thunderbird 6". This makes sense, as David Mitton worked for Gerry Anderson on the original programme and subsequent show Anderson created.
- Despite never having a face in the television series, Tiger Moth gained one in the Magazine stories.
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- Thomas Engine Collection Series (discontinued)
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