Children's animation. Brewster has his first chuggineer test, and Wilson is on safety patrol while Tyne and Fletch demolish an old bridge.
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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, toot-toot!
# Chugga-chugga-chugga-chugga Chuggington
# Chugga-chugga-chugga, chugga-chugga-chugga
# Chugga-chugga-chugga-chugga Chuggington
# Chuggington! #
# We are the Chuggineers Who's taking a chuggineer test?
# Chuggineer Brewster is! Good job I've learnt from the best. #
What's happening in Chuggington today?
Fletch and Tyne are demolishing this old bridge. It's not safe anymore.
Will there be a big explosion?
-No, they're knocking it down, not blowing it up.
-Still be a lot of dust and rubble though.
Leave it to me, I'll keep everyone well back.
Oh, and take your chug-com so I can stay into touch with you.
Oops. I'll go and get it now.
So this test is to check that you're on track
-with your Chuggineer training.
These rails are damaged. What should you do?
Cut out the section that needs repairing,
drop in the new track and weld it all together.
Solid answer, Brewster.
Better get cracking then.
Tracks clear. Are we good to go, Wilson?
Yes, Tyne, all clear.
Let's make some noise.
Three, two, one...
-Cracking job, Chuggineer!
-You're learning well.
Jackman to Wilson - report. Over.
Everything is going well, Chief.
But you were right, demolition is dusty work.
Ah, that it is.
Good luck, Chug Patroller. Over and out.
A good worker always cleans up after himself so,
let's see you tackle this lot.
-I'm on it, Zack.
That won't work.
Ah, but the sling might.
Oh, spotless. This is exactly how you should leave a work site.
-I think you're ready for something more challenging.
I can't see what I'm doing with all this dust you're throwing up.
-What about all the dust you're making?
We could do with some rain to dampen it down.
Ha-ha. No chance, Fletch.
That gives me an idea! I'll be right back.
I'm Chug Patrol and I'm ready to roll!
Right, time to test your track laying skills.
I'd like you to run rails towards that rock face.
-OK. How far?
-As far as you can.
But I doubt you can get all the way before sundown.
-I'll give it a go.
-Solid. I'll be back later to see how you've got on.
Good luck, Chuggineer.
Right, I'd better round up some equipment.
I've brought CP3.
The jet sprayer car. Quality!
Yeah. Well done, Wilson.
Happy to be helpful.
Tracks - check.
Ballast - check.
Digger - check.
Crane - check.
Welder - check.
Chuggineer Brewster - check.
Done and dusted.
We are a great team.
Phwoar, what a mess!
And you know what Zack always says.
BOTH: Good workers always clear up after themselves.
In that case, I think you two need a wash.
Oi, it's freezing!
Oh, it's cold!
Low on water.
-Be right back!
Ah, I've got water all in my vents.
Toot-toot! Hi, Brewster.
-How's the test going?
-So far, so good.
I haven't forgotten anything yet.
Hey, where you off to, Wilson?
Fetching more water.
-Why, is there a fire?
Fletch wanted it to rain so I came up with a solution.
-You're so good at thinking on your wheels.
See you later, Brewster!
Now for the tracks.
Oh, no, I brought the wrong crane!
It should've been the magnetic one.
If I go back and fetch it I'll hardly get any track laid.
Oh, this is a disaster.
How do you lift a track without a magnet?
I have to think on my wheels.
Maybe there's another way!
If I just...
Let's clear the rails.
Oh, that looks amazing. We did such a great job.
-You wouldn't even know it was there.
-Cracking work, Chuggineers.
-And you've done a solid job on that clean-up.
Now, I'd better see how young Brewster's getting on.
Slow and steady.
I can do this.
Hey, what are you doing with that sling?
I forgot the magnetic crane.
So I, er, had to think on my wheels.
-Well, it's not the way we usually do it.
But problem-solving is all part of being a good Chuggineer.
-So, cracking job!
And look how far you've got.
Yeah, I just need to get it welded.
-You can do that tomorrow.
You've passed your test. You know your chuggineering.
You've laid the first stage of the high-speed link to Tootington.
That was a real job?
Yes, I knew you could handle it.
As far as chuggineering goes, Brewster, you're right on track.
# Chuggington Chuggington!
# Chugga-chugga-chugga Chugga-chugga-chugga... #
Chug-chug-chug! Chug-chug-chug! Chug-chug-chug!
# ...Chugga-chugga-chugga-chugga Chuggington! #