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964 0 0 0 15 20c0 2. 984 0 0 0 19 8c2. This article is about the engine. We tender engines have a position to keep up. It doesn’t matter where you go, but we are important.
And for the Fat Controller to make us shunt trucks, fetch coaches, and go on some of those dirty sidings, it’s It’s Well, it’s not the proper thing! Gordon is a big blue express engine who works on the Main Line. He is Flying Scotsman’s only remaining brother. Gordon is also one of the fastest and strongest engines on the Island of Sodor, and his main task is to pull the Express. Gordon was built at Doncaster in 1922 as an experimental prototype for Sir Nigel Gresley’s A1 Pacific design for the Great Northern Railway. Gordon was kept “hush hush” and, apart from test runs, was never put into regular traffic or given a GNR number. During Gordon’s early years on the railway, he often looked down on the smaller engines like Edward and Thomas.
However, he would soon find he needed help from Edward to be his banker after he got stuck on a hill with a train of trucks. Gordon often found Thomas very annoying for whistling rudely at him, so he taught him a lesson by bringing him along his express train before he could be uncoupled. Thomas usually fetched the coaches for him, however, after Thomas left the yard when he was given a branch line, Gordon, along with Henry and James, soon found that they had to fetch their own coaches. After Gordon, Henry and James saw how silly they were, the Fat Controller let them out, reminding them to behave and bought a tank engine named Percy to help fetch their coaches. Gordon almost had a run-in accident with Percy when he carelessly stood on the Main Line.
After Percy ran away backwards and stopped in a pile of dirt, Gordon helped him out. Gordon was still arrogant and insulted Henry for the way he whistled. Gordon is mainly used for passenger duties, pulling the North Western Railway’s express, the Wild Nor’ Wester, but has occasionally pulled goods trains, much to his dislike. He has been known to run into ditches and stop on hills to get out of doing these jobs, as he believes that these are below him. In 1939, Gordon went to Crewe for a rebuild.