THESE ARE SOLEY MY OPINONS AND NOT FROM THE THOMAS & FRIENDS FAN BASE
SAVED FROM SCRAP
Originally Written by
Adapted for Television byBritt Allcroft, David Mitton & Robert Cardona
One day Edward spotted an old traction engine at the scrap yard. His name was Trevor and he's going to be broken up. Trevor enjoyed doing his work and seeing the children who are fond of him. Edward wanted to save Trevor and the very person was the Vicar of Wellsworth. Trevor was all geared up ready to impress the vicar and in the end bought him cheap and now Trevor enjoys his new lease of life.
- Showing the moral of recycling and preserving our past
- The rust on Trevor was spot on
I want to get this off my chest first, this could not be appropriate to young children. Just because Trevor likes to be with children who are fond of him doesn't mean he's a peadophile. He's a traction engine! But aside from that the story stuck close with the RWS story and it shows the moral support of what many steam enthusiasts are doing even to this day. Restoring our industries' past for a younger generation. In the Railway Series, Trevor was painted black when he was at the scrap yard but the rust in the TV series is really spot on. This episode does go in comparison to 'Percy and The Calliope' but not that much. Trevor's theme music was a nice feature too, very catchy. I enjoy this episode and I will watch it again and again.