Driver Doug Godden introduces Thomas to his young fans. Thomas stands in Cranmore station surrounded by eager onlookers. Thomas stands in Cranmore station having his photo taken with his young fans. Driver Doug Godden talks to a young and apprehensive Thomas fan. Toby the Tram Engine stands in the Tanker sidings waiting for his next trip with the brake van. Toby the Tram Engine is assisted by Diesel  (no.08032) on the Brake Van rides. Toby the Tram Engine on Brakevan rides in the Tanker Sidings. Thomas stands in Cranmore station waiting for the next service, with the crowds in the background. The Yankee Tank no.30075 heading towards Cranmore station. The Yankee Tank no.30075 heading towards Cranmore station. After running around, Thomas heads back onto his train. Thomas eases onto his train. Driver Doug Godden chats with signalman Phil Hopkins Thomas heads out of Cranmore station. Thomas heads out of Cranmore station. Thomas heads out of Cranmore station. Fireman Linda Cowen and Richard Taylor tend to their engine. 30075 stands in Cranmore Station between services. Firemen Linda Cowen and Richard Taylor take a breather between services. 30075 descends the bank from Merryfield Lane to Mendip Vale. 30075 powering up the bank from Mendip Vale station. 30075 powering up the bank from Mendip Vale station. Thomas heading to Mendip Vale station. Thomas heading to Mendip Vale station. Thomas runs around his engine at Mendip Vale station. Thomas runs around his engine at Mendip Vale station. Thomas leaves Mendip Vale station. Thomas leaves Mendip Vale station. Thomas stands in Cranmore station. Toby the Tram Engine in the tanker sidings. Lord Fisher doing Driver-for-a-Fiver in the motive power depot. Thomas stands at Cranmore West platform on the way back to Cranmore station. Thomas stands at Cranmore West platform on the way back to Cranmore station. Thomas leaves Cranmore West platform and heads for Cranmore station. Fireman Linda Cowen prepares to couple up 30075. 30075 leaves Cranmore with the last train of the day. Toby the Tram Engine in the Tanker sidings on Brakevan rides. Behind the scenes of any event is the hard work that goes into getting the station, locomotives and carriages ready.  Junior volunteers Chris Perkins, Barney Casey and Rory Edwards carry out a spot of carriage cleaning on the saturday evening after the last train.  In the distance Alex and Chris Hopkins and Aaron Gadd clean windows. Another behind the scenes shot, Rory Edwards emerges from the pit after helping Paul Ebsworth repair the rocking grate on 30075 early on Sunday morning before the engine was lit up.  A dusty business working through the ashes of the day before. Piles of wood lean against the drivers side steps of 30075 just before she is lit up on Sunday morning after the repairs to the rocking grate Lord Fisher sits in the shed having been lit up an hour previously Thomas cleaning Thomas!  Tom Yardley cleans Thomas ready for the day`s service Thomas sits in the loop at Cranmore Station awaiting its next turn of duty A shot in Cranmore shed with the engines having just been lit up.  First in line is Llangollen based Jinty 47298 (in its Thomas guise), resident Collet 0-6-2T nr 5637 (a friend from the big railway!) and Lord Fisher One of the twins is seen cleaning Lord Fisher in the early morning smoke Taken from a high vantage point in the Tanker Sidings, 5637`s smokebox is visible sticking out from beyond the Booking Office.  The queue of customers is seen stretching across the patio 5637 is seen in the loop from the field opposite the station, being used as an overflow car park for the day Toby the Tram engine shuttles up and down the Tanker Sidings Q. And what happened to my favourite engine?
A. Well it was like this..... The Fat Controller reminds Event PIC Gavin Moore exactly who is in charge! Thomas leaves us on Monday evening heading for his next railway, travelling on the back of haulier John Antell`s lorry.