Peter Sam

Peter Sam is a fictional steam locomotive in The Railway Series children's books by the Rev. W. Awdry and the spin-off TV series Thomas and Friends. Peter Sam lives and works on the Skarloey Railway on the Island of Sodor as engine No. 4.

Read more about Peter SamRailway Series History, Peter Sam in The TV Series, Merchandise, Prototype

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