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Duck
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Info
Number 8, formerly 5741
Built 1929 (age 87)
Arrived on Sodor 1955
Color GWR Green
Configuration 0-6-0
Current Voice Actor Waltsland
Montague (affectionately known as "Duck" because of his supposed waddle) is a Great Western Railway 57xx pannier tank engine. He runs the Little Western with Oliver, Donald and Douglas.

BioEdit

Duck was built in 1929 and worked at London's Paddington Station. He came to Sodor in 1955 to replace Percy's job of moving heavy goods about the yard, while Percy helped build Elsbridge Harbour. Gordon, Henry, and James found his ways of working very interesting and decided to poke fun at it. They made fun of his nickname and ordered him about. However, being proud of his Great Western Heritage, Duck stood no nonsense and he and Percy barred them from the Turntable, claiming they couldn't let them through because they only took orders from the Fat Controller. The engines never ordered him about again. Duck managed easily with the goods work, but often annoyed the other engines with his "Great Western Way" talk. When Diesel arrived in June 1957, Duck tricked him into making a fool out of himself with Diesel's arrogance. Enraged, Diesel told lies about Duck, which the other engines believed so they turned on him. Duck was sent to Wellsworth while the Fat Controller sorted the whole ordeal out. After crashing into a barber shop, Duck came back and Diesel had been sent away in disgrace while the others apologized. Because of his hard work, Duck was given the Arlesbourgh Branchline to himself in 1966. 

Trainz ModelEdit

SI3D's 2012 model of Duck is used. Previously, SI3D's 2010 model was used until The Great Railway Heist.
Trainz 2010 duck by ilovetrains3232-d5vhsl2

BasisEdit

Duck is a GWR 5700 0-6-0PT pannier tank engine. He comes with two sandboxes just in front of his tanks.

PersonalityEdit

Duck is hard working and extremley diligent. He takes no nonsense from anyone. He is also extremley proud of his Great Western heritage and loves to do things in the proper way, which can annoy the other engines. Duck has never been truly naughty, although he did play a trick on Diesel to teach him a lesson.

AppearancesEdit

Season 1Edit

Season 2Edit

Season 3Edit

Season 4Edit

SpecialsEdit

Duck will likely appear in Revenge of the Ghost Train

T1E2H3's RWS AppearancesEdit

More Branch Line EnginesEdit

NWR Origins AppearancesEdit

Voice Actor(s)Edit

Television AppearancesEdit

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Duck as he appears in the CGI series

Duck was introduced in the second season episode Duck Takes Charge. He appeared regularly in every season since until Season 8, which then he was completley absent until Season 12. He was then absent again until Season 17. He then appeared in every season since. He is voiced by Steven Kynman in the US and UK, being the first member of the NWR 11 to have the same voice for both dubs.  

TriviaEdit

  • Duck was the first steam engine to speak in The Engines of Sodor.
  • Duck is one of the most popular characters of the fandom. T1E2H3 believes it's just because of the long absence of a main character.
  • Duck is the only member of the NWR 11 not to have a RWS book with only his name in the title (ex. Thomas the Tank Engine). The book dedicated to him was called Duck and the Diesel Engine. This does not count the The Twin Engines, who are twins and should have the same book.

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