Thomas The Tank Engine & Friends is a British children's television series that adapted stories from the Rev. W. Awdry's Railway Series, first broadcast on the ITV network between 1984 and 1986. The series was produced by Clearwater Features for Britt Allcroft Railway Productions.
The first season was shot at the Clapham Junction railway museum in Battersea; the second season was shot at Shepperton Studios.
After an unsuccessful third season in 1992, the show was moved to Cartoon Network for the rest of the 90s.
- Thomas & Gordon/Edward & Gordon (October 9, 1984)
- The Sad Story of Henry/Edward, Gordon and Henry (October 16, 1984)
- Thomas' Train/Thomas & the Trucks (October 23, 1984)
- Thomas & the Breakdown Train/James & the Coaches (October 30, 1984)
- Troublesome Trucks/James & the Express (November 6, 1984)
- Thomas & the Guard/Thomas Goes Fishing (November 13, 1984)
- Thomas, Terence & the Snow/Thomas & Bertie (November 20, 1984)
- Tenders & Turntables/Trouble in the Shed (November 27, 1984)
- Percy Runs Away/Coal (December 4, 1984)
- The Flying Kipper/Whistles & Sneezes (December 11, 1984)
- Toby & the Stout Gentleman/Thomas in Trouble (December 18, 1984)
- Dirty Objects/Thomas's Christmas Party (December 25, 1984)
- Off the Rails/Down the Mine (January 8, 1985)
- Thomas, Percy & the Coal/Cows (September 24, 1986)
- Bertie's Chase/Saved from Scrap (October 1, 1986)
- Old Iron/Thomas & Trevor (October 8, 1986)
- Percy & the Signal/Duck Takes Charge (October 15, 1986)
- Percy & Harold/The Runaway (October 22, 1986)
- Percy Takes the Plunge/Pop Goes the Diesel (October 29, 1986)
- Dirty Work/A Close Shave (November 5, 1986)
- Better Late Than Never/Break Van (November 12, 1986)
- The Deputation/Thomas Comes to Breakfast (November 19, 1986)
- Daisy/Percy's Predicament (November 26, 1986)
- The Diseasel/Wrong Road (December 3, 1986)
- Edward's Exploit/Ghost Train (December 10, 1986)
- Woolly Bear/Thomas & the Missing Christmas Tree (December 17, 1986)
Awards and nominationsEdit
- Nominated - British Academy of Film and Television Arts - Best Animated Film
- 1985, lost to "Rupert and the Frog Song"
- 1987, lost to "SuperTed"