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Honk your horns!
# We're trainees We're making tracks
# Wheels to the rails Clackety-clack
# Running on time
# Passengers to take
# Hauling loads
# Pick-ups to make
# Riding the rails
# A train-tastic crew
# Honk your horns Choo-choo!
# Chugga chugga chugga chugga Chuggington
# Chugga chugga chugga chugga chugga chugga
# Chugga chugga chugga chugga Chuggington. #
SIGNAL HORN BEEPS
-Morning, you three!
-ALL: Hi, Vee!
Today's job is transporting some materials to a building site.
That is a big job.
It would normally be done by older chuggers, but everyone's busy.
Don't worry, Vee. We can do it.
We can do it, we can do it!
Ha-ha-ha! I have been able to find one very experienced chugger
to look after you, though. Old Puffer Pete.
-But he takes so long to do everything.
Sshh! Here he comes.
Well, if it isn't Woodworm, Cupcake and, er, Beeswax.
Oh, he never gets our names right either.
-I can't help it.
Come on, youngsters. Let's get loaded up.
I remember when this depot was full of smoke and steam, you know?
In those days, it was run by old S-Samuel S-S-S-Solomon.
And, erm, S-S-S-Sally. Who was it said Cedric and...
It's not fair. We don't need to be trained up by that old chugger.
-I know, he's so clunky.
-Noisy, too. "Pharpp! Whoosh!"
Hh-hmm. It's perfectly natural for a steam engine to vent steam.
Just because Pete's old, it doesn't mean he's past it.
He worked the rails when Chuggington was just a little town.
There's a lot you could learn from Old Puffer Pete.
-Yeah, like how to take forever to do something.
Remember, chuggers. Spread your loads evenly.
I've seen many a young chugger damage a back axle thanks to an uneven load.
Oh, dear! Those loads don't look very even.
Watch the board for your tunnel. Safe travels, chuggers!
-I remember when there was only one tunnel.
-Come on, colours!
-Let's ride the rails!
I'll be right along. S-S-Soon as me boiler pressure's a tad higher.
-Chugga, chugga, choo-choo!
I think we should wait here for Pete. He knows the way.
-If he can remember.
-Yeah, he can't even get our names right!
Ooh, I wonder where this goes?
It doesn't look like it's used anymore.
That's what I was thinking.
There you are, youngsters!
-Where does this line go?
-The old town of Chuggington.
-I didn't know there was an old town.
It was quite s-s-something once - in the glory days of s-s-steam.
-Did I tell...
-I think we'd better make tracks.
Good idea, young rooster. You three roll along, I'll be right behind ya.
-Hello, Brewster rooster!
Very funny(!) I haven't heard him get your name right, either.
Phew! This is heavy.
Oh, I think I tried to take too much.
Oh, this is harder than it looks.
-A steady pace and an even load,
it's the way to ride this road! He-he-he!
-Pete? But I'm the fastest chugger.
-Maybe Vee was right about him.
Phew, I can't wait to get rid of this heavy car.
Yeah, next time I'm making sure my weight is even.
I've never seen anyone haul a load like you, Pete.
Well, I have been doing it a long time.
Job well done, youngsters! Let's get home!
-Race you back!
-I'll beat you this time!
-Hey, head start! Not fair!
Ho-ho-ho! Oh, I wish I had some of their spark!
-I thought we were racing.
-Why have we stopped?
Let's go exploring. We can race anytime. Want to see that old town?
It does sound really cool.
Don't know, Koko. Shouldn't we wait for Pete?
But he's miles away. We'll be back before he even gets this far.
Are you scaredy?
Then what are we waiting for? Let's roll!
-Wow, look at this place!
-Cool! So this is where Chuggington began.
Everything looks so old.
Even older than Old Puffer Pete!
Hey, let's go down here.
Dead end. Back up.
We should go back. We don't want Pete to get worried.
OK. Which way was it?
Erm, it's, er... Hmmm... I think it was this way.
No, it wasn't. It was this way.
Don't think so. Wasn't it there?
-Honking horns! They all look the same.
-Oh no, we are so lost.
And no-one knows where we are.
I want to go home. We shouldn't have come here, Koko.
We're gonna be stuck here for ever, thanks to you.
Why, that s-sounds like the old c-central junction whistle.
But it couldn't be.
WHISTLE FIZZLES OUT
This place gives me the quivery-shiveries.
It's OK, Wilson, there's nothing to be scared of.
There are still tracks we haven't tried.
-Ho-ho! Revelling rivets!
I thought I was hearing things,
but there's no mistaking the central junction whistle,
-even after all these years.
-How did you find us?
Oh, I know these old tracks like I know me own pistons.
More to the point, what are you doing here?
-Well, you see...
It was my idea, Pete. I wanted to go exploring.
Well, why didn't you s-s-say so? Come on, don't just stand there gawping!
I'll give you a tour.
Even after all this time, he still knows his way around here.
Here we are. This was always my favourite place to let off s-s-steam.
Now! Let me see...
Eurgh! Oof! Hey!
-He-he! What's he doing?
-I'm not sure!
Just a tad more pressure.
-Look at that!
-Koko, why don't you go first?
-Oh, yes, please!
Wait, you called me Koko. Hooray!
-Pete, you're so much fun!
-Ha-ha! Not bad for an old chugger, eh?
Yeah, I've learned loads. Vee was right about you.
Can you take us out again and teach us more amazing stuff?
It would be my pleasure, youngsters.
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