Thomas and the Castle (Thomas & Friends)

Thomas and the Castle (Thomas & Friends)

Language: English

Pages: 32

ISBN: 0375813934

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Percy has been telling ghost stories about Rolf’s Castle, the old ruin near one of the main lines. Thomas doesn’t want to believe in ghosts, but when odd things keep happening, he gets nervous. But on an important, special run, Thomas starts to figure out that mysterious happenings usually have reasonable explanations.

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his lantern. Thomas realized that James hadn’t seen a ghost after all. Just lanterns in the fog. But what were lanterns doing in an abandoned castle? Although the fog had blown away, the moon was still behind the clouds. When Thomas saw something white fluttering up ahead, he was sure it was the ghost this time! “Don’t be scared, don’t be scared,” he huffed to himself. Thomas chugged bravely on and realized that the fluttering white thing was … curtains! Well, bust my boiler, Thomas thought.

your guess is close,” said the signalman. “They are restoring the castle. And the electrical work they are doing has been causing my signal to go haywire. But, Thomas, you’d better move on … they’re expecting that load you’re pulling.” When Thomas finally arrived at Rolf’s Castle, Sir Topham Hatt was there, getting ready for a big party to celebrate the reopening of the castle! Thomas was relieved that there was nothing to be scared of after all. He was also proud to have figured out the

engines once in a while as a warning of trouble ahead.” “Pooh,” said Thomas. “Silly Percy! Really Useful Engines don’t have time for ghost stories. I’m not scared.” The next evening, Percy was coming home from the harbor. He was humming along the rails, almost to Crowe’s Farm Crossing. Little did Percy know that a cart of flour was stuck on the tracks at the crossing! Percy came upon the cart swiftly in the dark. He smashed it to smithereens in a billowing cloud of white flour! When the dust

hurried out of the yard. Percy and Toby had a good laugh. “That will teach Thomas to say I’m a silly engine,” said Percy with a smile. Thomas soon figured out that Percy was only fooling about being a ghost. And a couple of days later, when James came home with another scary story, Thomas thought the other engines were still playing tricks on him. “I saw spooky lights floating around Rolf’s Castle tonight,” said James. “But that castle has been abandoned for years,” said Gordon. “Maybe it’s

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