THESE ARE SOLEY MY OPINIONS AND NOT FROM THE THOMAS & FRIENDS FAN BASE
Britt Allcroft and David Mitton
Edward warned Henry that whenever an owl hoots a mist rolls in and a legend saying that their is a ghost too. But as they travelled down an old line, their was a warning from a strange figure about a viaduct. No one knows who warned them. As the viaduct was repaired, they took the goods again. But as the trucks were scared, they landed off a cliff. It turns out the so called 'ghost' was an old fog man and in the end, his station was reopened.
- The story
- Despite that Henry is using a signal code, but he was using 'light engine' instead of 'General Goods'.
Many people might say that this episode scared them when they were young. Well, I wasn't, I was never scared of any Thomas episode that has a bit of a halloween or haunted kind of storyline, minus one. This is in fact another favourite episode of mine. The only thing I love about the episode is the story. The story has a bit of drama and a great accident. Though a bit of railway realism nitpick, sorry everyone :P, it was great that they used a signal coded lamp, but what they used for Henry on his second round trip to the old line was 'Light engine', which is just one lamp on his right side of his running board when really he should be using 'General goods' which is one lamp on the top of his smoke box and on the right of his running board.
But really, this is a favorite of mine and the whole story line is just the best thing about this episode.