THESE ARE SOLEY MY OPINIONS AND NOT FROM THE THOMAS & FRIENDS FAN BASE
ROCK 'N' ROLL
Originally Written by
Adapted for Television by
Britt Allcroft and David Mitton
There's a dodgy bit of line on the Skarloey Railway. The engines like Peter Sam, Sir Handel and even Skarloey take care on that bad bit of line, but not Duncan. Rusty warned him, but Duncan didn't care and called Rusty a 'smelly diesel'. Duncan later took some coaches to the station where James was waiting. Duncan told him about Rusty, but James was boastful and lied that he sent a diesel packing which made Duncan filled with admiration. As Duncan was rocking and rolling, he derailed himself on the bad bit of line. Rusty was sent to rescue him as Skarloey told him about the passengers. The workmen and passengers lifted Duncan back onto the line and in the end, Duncan and Rusty made amends.
- The accident was brilliantly made.
Nothing bad about this episode, but the story didn't take place in one day. Despite that, the episode is not that bad, sure it didn't stay too close with the original and I do love the accident scene, it was made and filmed brilliantly.