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Chuggington - Wilson Takes Food to the Tunnel Workers Episode - Big Interactive Railway Playset

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Published on May 12, 2012

Hi chuggers, Wilson Takes Food to the Tunnel Workers and is so tired after a hard days work that he went to rest in Koko's shed and put the hopper car in his shed! Oh dear! :-)
Watch Wilson on his journey as he helps make sure the tunnel workers are not left hungry by kindly transporting containers of food supplies. Good job Wilson! :-)

This Chuggington episode features the awesome Chuggington Interactive Railway playset from Learning Curve. Chugginton toys are a lot of fun, especially the big rail track playsets!

The childrens series is set in the fictional town of Chuggington, and follows the adventures of 6 young novice railway anthropomorphic locomotives, (or "Trainees",) named Wilson, Brewster, Koko, Hoot, Toot and Piper. Throughout each episode the Trainees learn the value of loyal friendship, telling the truth, listening carefully, persisting under adversity, completing tasks, resolving conflict without violence, and many similar important life values. In the show, the locomotives, called "Chuggers", are all intelligent, empathetic, independent and self-directed, with mobile facial features. None of the Chuggers are ever seen to have a crew, although there are several human characters that the Chuggers interact with regularly. This despite the fact that many of the chuggers have crew doors which the chuggers can open and close on their own. Each chugger tends to talk in ways that emphasize their distinct personalities.
The town of Chuggington has a central area of large modern buildings; some of the scenes go out into countryside which includes a farm, a safari park and a quarry. A 'Chugston Hotel' has been mentioned. There are 4 railway tunnel openings side by side, coloured red, blue, yellow, green from left to right, under the town centre which can be used by all trains. The backgrounds and scenery are all computer-generated, and there are turning-camera and moving-camera shots. "Old Chuggington", an apparently abandoned old town overgrown with wild vegetation, is often mentioned and sometimes visited.

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