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Duck And The Diesel Engine (The Railway Series #13)

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Duck, the saddle-tank engine, has appeared earlier in the series, but this is the first time he has had a whole book to himself. As usual, he has fun with the other engines, and a newcomer, the Diesel Engine. Diesel is a troublemaker and soon after his arrival makes Duck unpopular with the other engines.

13.1 Domeless Engines
13.2 Pop Goes The Diesel
13.3 Dirty Work
13.4 A Clo
Hardcover, 63 pages
Published 1995 by Heinemann Educational Books (first published December 1st 1957)
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Wilbert Vere Awdry, OBE, was an English clergyman, railway enthusiast and children's author, better known as the Reverend W. Awdry and creator of Thomas the Tank Engine, who starred in Awdry's acclaimed Railway Series.

The characters that would make Awdry famous, and the first stories featuring them, were invented in 1943 to amuse his son Christopher during a bout of measles. The first book (The Th
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