|This article is about 'the magazine story'. You may be looking for 'the 2004, 2005 or the De Agostini magazine story'.|
Tunnel Trouble is a magazine story.
The Little Western is being extended further north, which means a tunnel is required to go through the hills. S.C. Ruffey complains, and decides to pretend to be ill, but he is told to stay in the tunnel. Despite owning up to his folly, he still stays inside for the night as punishment.
- This story is similar to The Sad Story of Henry.
- The tunnel is illustrated as a mine shaft rather than an ordinary tunnel.