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Come Out, Henry!

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Published on Sep 10, 2012

(Once an engine attach to a train was afraid of the few drops of rain) In a spate of bad weather, Henry decides to stop in the middle of a tunnel in order to shelter from the rain to avoid it spoiling his "lovely green paint and red stripes", much to the annoyance of his passengers and crew. They try ushering him out, pulling him out with a rope, pushing the coaches with 'people power' and engine power, all without help from Sir Topham Hatt whose "Doctor has forbidden him to 'push' or 'pull'" -- but it does no good and Henry won't move. In the end, Sir Topham Hatt decides to take away Henry's rails and brick him up in the tunnel to teach him a lesson. Henry is now very sad and lonely, and dirt from the tunnel has spoil his green paint with red stripes anyway. All he can do is hope that Sir Topham Hatt will let him out soon...!

NOTE: My Cat Was Spotted

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