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CRWS No. 2- Gordon and the Great Race (Part 3)Chapter 3: Streamliners and Sneaky DieselsCRWS No. 2- Gordon and the Great Race (Part 3) by OkamiTakahashi
All the while, the two engines talked about their adventures and their countries. Axel began to tell Gordon of his driver’s favorite story, “Murder on the Orient Express”, one of many books about a Belgian detective name Poirot. Gordon shuttered. He didn’t like the idea. “My driver is more of a Sherlock person himself, I believe.” He retorted. “I’d rather not even think of the idea of their being a murder on an express train.” But he respected Axel’s opinion.
Gordon being to tell Axel about his adventures to the mainland. Axel was impressed. “Per ‘aps you should come and zee Belgium in all eet’s glory one day!” Gordon loved the idea. ‘A World Tour!’ he thought to himself. ‘If Flying Scotsman can visit other countries, then so can I!’ This filled him with determination, and he raced headlong to the station, with
CRWS No. 2- Gordon and the Great Race (Part 2)Chapter 2: Unexpected CompanyCRWS No. 2- Gordon and the Great Race (Part 2) by OkamiTakahashi
Gordon was still fuming on his way back to Crovan’s Gate. He was cross when he reached Crosby, and crosser still when he reached Wellsworth. Edward took noticed and asked what was wrong. Gordon explained.
Edward tried to cheer him up. “Don’t let them get to you, Gordon. You’re still the fastest on the Island!”
“Not with Spencer’s constant visits, I’m not!” he groaned miserably. “His record is is 112! Mine is just 90!”
“Well, it’s not quite fair to either of you to be making comparisons. He is streamlined after all and not the same as you and Flying Scotsman.
“Streamlined…” pondered Gordon. “Hm...I wonder…”
It was time for Gordon to leave with the express. This time, he had to take passengers to the docks. As he raced through the countryside, he kept thinki
CRWS No. 2- Gordon and the Great Race (Part 1)The Collective Railway SeriesCRWS No. 2- Gordon and the Great Race (Part 1) by OkamiTakahashi
No. 02- Gordon and the Great Race
You may remember the Great Race, an animated special depicting a sort of Olympic-esque event for engines- the Great Railway Show of 1995. However, the events depicted in the animated special were not all accurate. There were was a different engine left behind, and no unrealistic bridge jumps, ridiculously oversized crates covering up buffers and couplings or any standard gauge engines that should not have been standard gauge. However, Sodor did have some competitors at the Railway Show, including Gordon the Big Engine. He was determined to enter and steal the title of The World’s Most Famous Engine from his younger brother, the Flying Scotsman. But not everything went according to plan. These stories will tell you what actually happened to Gordon, Diesel, and the other engines of Sodor who came to the Great Railway Show. Enjoy! –The Author
Chapter 1: Family Feud
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