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The World of Thomas Modelling - Members Media!

WELCOME TO THE MEMBERS MEDIA PAGE!
 
With kind permission of the original creators, the world of thomas modelling community,
proudly presents a showcase of some of the best model railway based works in the form of 
model railway series and model railway stop motion animation.

We give great thanks to Thomasfan8 and TheRailwayInspector Studios, 
for allowing us to showcase their media works, on this page.
 
 
STICK IN THE MUD


A wonderful adaption of a classic railway series story by the Rev .W. Awdry,  Told by Owen Hayward.

Taken from the book 'Very Old Engines', this story had to be heavily adapted to allow for production constraints, as well as keeping the writing to, what I hope feels like, a classic TV episode appearance and atmosphere. 

Watch it here





MOUNTAIN ENGINE

Sir Handel's accident with some coaches cause him to complain to Rheneas and Skarloey, however when Donald brings a surprise, Sir Handel's problems are soon rectified.

VISIT THE ALL NEW MOUNTAIN ENGINE PAGE!  

http://thomasfan8.yolasite.com/

  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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 Thomas the Model Adventures

Episode 1: Ejectors


Gordon is to cover Pip and Emma's run to the mainland and takes great delight in 
bragging about it. But he soon wishes he hadn't made such a fuss...

So begins a short run of short episodes dedicated to good friends. 
This episode is dedicated to Diesal Fan 50
http://www.youtube.com/user/diesalfan50
 Thomas the Model Adventures

Episode 2: The Reason for Brake Vans


Everyone knows that brake vans are essential, but Thomas thinks he can get away with running without one.

This episode is dedicated to Thomas Fan 8

Director's Note:
What? Another episode already!
Don't get used to it- episode 3 will be quite some time off and will take a lot of work to complete if all goes to plan. Couple that with college starting again and my free time is effectively zero.