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Wednesday, 5 September 2012

'Christmas Tree Express' teaser uploaded onto YouTube

Lionsgate have uploaded a clip from the Season Sixteen finale, Christmas Tree Express onto YouTube.

The preview showing the opening two minutes of the episode sees the narrow gauge engines hard at work at the Blue Mountain Quarry.

This then leads to a conversation between Rheneas, Toby and Thomas at night, setting up the plot of the story.
Michael Brandon narrates while Ben Small, William Hope and Martin Sherman voice the characters.

The clip itself was used to promote the American DVD release, A Very Thomas Christmas which features four Christmas themed tales from the Sixteenth Series.
The latest series will return for one more day in Australia, the United Kingdom and America on ABC2, Channel 5 and PBS stations respectively, with the Christmas Tree Express in Christmas 2012.

For a full list of the scheduling, visit the Dieselworks Turntable Roundhouse on the right hand sidebar for more details.
A Very Thomas Christmas from Lionsgate Entertainment hits US DVD shelves on October 9th 2012.


  1. This episode doesn't look promising...

  2. Oh great! The "Winter Holidays/Christmas" controversy continues! Just when we thought it was all over...!

    1. Yeah, but that controversy was limited to the UK and had no real effect in the US. And besides, this clip is the US narration so it could be different in the UK narration.

    2. I know, but even then, it's just not fair they remove the name "Christmas" in the US. If you have Santa Claus and Christmas trees, then it's Christmas, and always will be, no denying it.

  3. "I think Misty Island is strange and just a little... scary"

    Most sensible comment made by any character ever! :)

  4. This might be jumping the gun a bit soon. But you know it's going to be bad when Toby said that he's afraid of Misty Island, even though he's already been there in Merry Misty Island.