THESE ARE SOLEY MY OWN OPINION AND NOT FROM THE THOMAS & FRIENDS FAN BASE
Adapted for Television by
Britt Allcroft, David Mitton & Robert Cardona
Originally Written by
With Toby and Henrietta enjoying their new life on Sodor, James came along at Elsbridge station and was disgusted by how the way they look and called them 'dirty objects' thanks to vanity and conceited attitude. But all that was soon backfired when James became one himself.
- James' tar wagon accident.
- How does Toby know about James' incident with the brake pipe and a bootlace?
One of Christopher Awdry's favourite Railway Series stories being adapted and with this episode and its story is a favorable one. The accident is just fantastic and how the way James ran down the hill in top speed is better then Thomas' fast pace in 'Thomas and the Trucks', all it was in that episode was Thomas running at normal speed. But there is one nitpick, why does Toby know about the Bootlace incident he had in the earlier part of the series? Unless Thomas told him about it since he works on Thomas' branch line. Its a great and thrilling episode and its worth watching again.