Minor Characters in The Railway Series

Minor Characters In The Railway Series

The Railway Series by the Reverend W. V. Awdry and Christopher Awdry is populated with many and varied characters. Some of these had only a few stories or pages devoted to them and, as such, they cannot be regarded as 'major' characters.

This page lists and profiles these characters using the same categories as the sister page, Major characters in The Railway Series.

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