Children's animation. Brewster practises track laying by himself while the Chuggineers work near Rocky Ridge River.
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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
# Clackety-clack! #
TANOY: Calling all crews, battery charge for Koko.
Refuelling for Brewster and Wilson, please.
What are you doing today, Hanzo?
Training at the Chugatronic speed track, Koko.
-Do you know what we're up to, Howie?
Jackman's going to show you how Chug Command, works.
-How about me?
-You're meeting Zack for some track laying training, Brewster.
-All right, you two, you're good to go.
-See you later.
Track laying is tricky stuff but I know you'll rise to the challenge.
Thanks, I want to learn everything there is to know.
Best show you some basics before the other two get here
and nab all the equipment.
-You know what they're like.
-Right then, step one, dig.
Scrape off the surface, enough to make a good base for the ballast.
Right, your turn.
# We are training. Who's practising laying track?
# Chugineer Brewster is!
# I'm learning from chugineer Zack. #
Easy does it. Not as deep next time.
-The Chug Command apps show different information.
This map lets us look at any part of Chuggington.
Can we see if Koko's at the speed track yet?
Chug Command. Locate the Chugasonic speed track.
Wowser, there they are, just arrived.
-First, let us warm up with a few laps of the track.
Bet you can't catch Koko!
-Solid work, chugineer.
Time to lay some ballast to make the track bed.
-This wagon carries tonnes of ballast but it goes down fast.
Don't let too much out at once.
Move slowly and steadily and find your rhythm.
Drop and rake.
Drop and rake.
Ooh, I don't like the look of those clouds.
Rain's coming, I can feel it in my bones.
You're usually right, Howie.
Won't stop us working though.
Yeah, the chugineers are unstoppable!
You know, I'm not going to chance it. Think I'll shut the roof.
# We are chugineering. Who's laying ballast down?
# Chugineer Brewster is! #
-Oh, I'm messing up the ground.
-It's not that bad, Brewster.
-Come on, chin up.
You can't expect perfection on your first go.
-Track laying takes years of practice.
-Did you miss us?
-Like a hole in a fuel tank!
-Ha-ha. Good one.
We're ready to start laying the new line.
-Right, Brewster, that's it for now.
I really wish I could practice more.
-Look, here's Brewster.
-And the chugineers. Well spotted.
-Where is that?
-Chug Command, zoom out.
Oh, it's near Rocky Ridge River.
-Looks like rain.
-A little rain never hurt anybody. Right, I'm off.
OK, what shall I do?
While we're cracking on with the new line, why don't you
-stay here and try laying that stack of temporary track?
Yeah, that will be good practice.
-So, what else does it do?
-That looks serious.
-It is. Chug Command...
activate the severe weather warning system.
-Koko, I sense a storm. We must leave now.
Chugga, chugga, chug, chug.
Chuggers coming through!
-Worried your paint will rust?
-Ha-ha. Very funny, Fletch.
Look at this rain. Let's do what we can before it gets too bad.
Rocky Ridge River's going to burst its banks!
Brewster and the chugineers are there!
BOTH: Chug Patrol, in control.
-Oh, no, I think the river's burst!
Honking horns! The chugineers are stranded.
-Whoa, I don't believe this, we're stuck!
How are we going to get back?
Well done, you are faster than the wind.
-I don't like water!
-Brewster, you're going to have to find a way to reach us.
-I'm on it.
Hurry, Brewster, I'm getting rusty!
-The ground's too soggy.
Help us, Brewster!
BOTH: We're Chug Patrol and we're ready to go!
-The chugineers are trapped. The track's washed away.
-That's a challenge. Action, stop the flow of water.
With sandbags. We need a team of fast and strong chuggers.
Great job, Brewster.
Put your wheels into it!
It's working! Keep them coming.
Koko, you dropped one.
Hmm, what if...
Koko! Carry on without me!
-We're here chugineering, who's working hard today?
Because the tracks have washed away!
What's he up to?
-Genius! How did he think of that?
All right, chugineer Brewster, let's lay some track.
-Keep them coming.
Look at him go!
Never seen you work that fast, Fletch.
-Finished. Now easy does it. One at a time please.
-All right, Brewster!
Gulp! After you!
-Fletcher, come on!
-Thanks, Brewster, you did grand.
-You're a real chugineer.
-Right on track.
The river's under control. Now to figure out...
Brewster came to our rescue.
Good on you, Brewster.
I did say I wanted to learn EVERYTHING about track laying.
Well, I think that was a solid start.
Three honks for track-laying Brewster!
Well done, lad.
-Great job, Brewster!
# Chuggington Chuggington!
# Chugga-chugga-chugga Chugga-chugga-chugga... #
Chug-chug-chug! Chug-chug-chug! Chug-chug-chug!
# ...Chugga-chugga-chugga-chugga Chuggington! #
- Chuggington! Clackety-clack!
Brewster practises track laying by himself while the Chuggineers work near Rocky Ridge River. Suddenly a storm rolls in and torrential rain lashes down. The riverbank bursts and water pours down the hill, washing away the temporary track that connects the Chuggineers to the main line.
Brewster tries to lay more track to reach them, but the ground is too soggy. Chuggers help to sandbag the riverbank to stop the flow of water. When Brewster rolls over a sandbag, it gives him an idea. With the water flow already stemmed, Brewster lays sandbags on the soggy ground and puts track on top. It doesn't sink. The rescued Chuggineers are amazed at Brewster's ingenuity and track-laying skills.