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Main Characters

    Thomas the Tank Engine 
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Voiced in English by: Meesha Contreras (US), Aaron Barashi (UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: Carloz Magno (speaking), Arthur DeMetrio (singing)
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Denisse Aragón

  • Catchphrase: Thomas does have a good amount of catchphrases, including "Here comes Thomas!", "All engines go!", "Aww, bolts!", "Rusty rail spikes!", and "Chugga-chugga whoo-hoo!"
  • Cheerful Child
  • It's All About Me: While he is friendly and does care about the others around him, there are some points where he is stubborn or egotistical, such as in "Rules of the Game", where he was upset when his friends didn't have fun in the obstacle course his way, and in "Dragon Run" , where he refused to share his dragon cargo. He ends up realizing his mistakes at the last minute.
  • Keet: Even moreso than the version from later seasons of the original show.
  • Spotlight-Stealing Squad: Compared to the books and even the original TV series, all episodes feature him heavily, even ones revolving around another character.
  • The Promise: Thomas has a habit of making "Thomas promises" when helping the other engines.
  • Vocal Evolution: In the US/CA dub of the updated version of the app Thomas and Friends: Magic Tracks, Thomas' voice has deepened, most likely due to his voice actor hitting puberty, and it clearly shows. This also applies to the second season.
  • You Don't Look Like You: He has a number of differences compared to his original design, including a completely flat running board, a scaled-down and separated bunker, and his whistles are farther apart rather than being side-by-side.

    Percy the Small Engine 
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Voiced in English by: Charlie Zeltzer (US), Henri Charles (UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: Bruna Nogueira
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Sofía Huerta

  • Catchphrase: "Percy perfect!"
  • Compressed Vice: In one episode, he suddenly develops a fear of climbing up high hills, despite being able to do so with almost no problems early on in this same continuity. He does retain a fear of heights in other episodes; however, those are for high mountains and areas in mines, where in that episode it was just simple hills in the grassy fields he seemed to have no trouble with before.
  • Primal Fear: Retains his fear of the dark like in the original show.

    Nia the Helpful Engine 
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Voiced in English by: Talia Evans (US), Sade Smith (UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: Raíssa Buena
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Leslie Gil

    Kana the Speedy Engine 
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Voiced in English by: Ava Ro (US), Chloe Raphael (UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: Valenthina Rodarte
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Erika Ugalde

  • Canon Foreigner: She was created specifically for the reboot.
  • Shock and Awe: She's shown to have an aura of electricity around her, which she'll use to make faces and the like.
  • Super Speed: Kana is a very fast electric engine - as long as she is on a straight section of track.
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    Devious Diesel 
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Voiced in English by: Shomoy James Mitchell (US, season 1), Will Bhaneja (US, season 2), Henry Harrison (UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: Felipe Costa
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Cassandra Valtier

  • Adaptational Heroism: Diesel was a scheming trickster in the original; here, he's become one of Thomas' friends with no grudge against steamies. While still retaining some occasional selfish or devious moments, he's treated more as a slightly naughty friend of Thomas rather than the show's recurring villain.
  • Broken Pedestal: He idolizes Farona and Frederico in the "Race for the Sodor Cup" movie, even hoping they'll win over Thomas and Kana. However, when they cheat by lowering the drawbridge, Diesel loses respect for them.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: While he can certainly contend with Thomas in terms of selfish or over-competitive moments, he will sometimes call out when Thomas acts just as out-of-line. In "Dragon Run" for example, the others clearly agree with Diesel that Thomas is being possessive of his cargo after they helped him out, though add it's still not Diesel's or their's to take forcibly.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's still a bit of a standoffish brat, but generally gets along with the others besides some light arguments.
  • Token Evil Teammate: Heavily downplayed from before, but Diesel is still the most abrasive of the main group and the one most commonly butting heads with Thomas.

Other Thomas & Friends Characters

    Gordon the Big Engine 
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Voiced in English by: Neil Crone (US), Will Harrison-Wallace (UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: Mauro Gasperini
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Hugo Navarrete

  • Adaptational Job Change: He now assigns the young engines their jobs for the day, something only Sir Topham Hatt originally ever did.
    • He also has yet to be seen pulling his express coaches, and is much more content with goods deliveries than he was before.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Originally a pompous and prideful engine in the original show, the reboot alters him into a Reasonable Authority Figure whom the engines often turn to. As mentioned before, he is now quite happy to regularly pull goods trains, his Berserk Button in the original series.
  • A Day in the Limelight: After usually appearing just for moral support or to assign deliveries (Sir Topham Hatt's job in the original series), he finally gets an episode to himself in "The Super Long Shortcut!"
  • Catchphrase: "Well, this is a fine how do you do..." usually spoken after something terrible happens to him.
  • Team Dad: He takes on this role for the little engines.
  • You Don't Look Like You: Has changed wheel arrangement from a 4-6-2 to a 2-6-2.

    James the Red Engine 
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Voiced in English by: Luke Marty (US, UK ("License to Deliver" to "Nia's Perfect Plan")), Tom Dussek (UK English, "Nia's Surprising Surprise" onward)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: Alex Minei
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Gabriel Juárez

  • Adaptational Nice Guy: The earlier James was generally a vain and egotistical Jerk with a Heart of Gold, but he's a lot nicer here. He still has a bit of a Small Name, Big Ego thing going on, but he's pretty jovial and friendly about it.
  • Nice Guy: James is friendlier here than in the original show, as he is seen greeting the other engines (mostly Thomas and Percy), he doesn't show off that much, and he rarely loses his cool.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Toned down compared to earlier incarnations, but it's still there. He's quick to brag about himself, calling himself "handsome and incredibly charming."

    Annie & Clarabel 
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Annie
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Clarabel
Annie voiced by: Catherine Disher (US English, UK English ("A Quiet Delivery" to "The Tiger Train")), Wendy Patterson (UK English, "An UnbeLEAFable Day" onward), Amanda Tavares (Brazilian Portuguese), Olga Hnidey (Latin American Spanish)
Clarabel voiced by: Linda Kash (US English, UK English ("A Quiet Delivery" to "No Power, No Problem!")), Wendy Patterson (UK English, "An UnbeLEAFable Day" onward), Ximena Araya (Brazilian Portuguese), Ruth Toscano (Latin American Spanish)

  • Dub Name Change: Like the original show, Clarabel's name was changed to Clarabella for the Latin American Spanish dub.
  • Identical Twin ID Tag: In the original, their nameplates were how to tell them apart; they've lost them here, and the way to tell them apart is by their eye color (brown for Annie, grey for Clarabel).
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    Emily the Stirling Engine 
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Voiced in English by: Kayla Lorette (US), Marie Ekins (UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: TBA
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Ross Balcázar

  • Demoted to Extra: In the original series, she was one of the main characters. Here, she becomes a side character.

    Whiff the Garbage Engine 
Voiced by: TBA (US/UK)

    Carly the Crane 
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Voiced in English by: Jenna Warren (US), Eva Mohamed (UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: Maria Clara Rosis
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: María José Guerrero

  • Adaptation Species Change: Well, vehicle change to be more accurate in her case. In the original show, Carly was a stationary crane who worked at Brendam Docks alongside Cranky. In this show however, she is a diesel engine with a large crane attached to her.
  • Wrench Wench: She and Sandy do the railway's repair work.

    Cranky the Crane 
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Voiced in English by: Cory Doran (US), Will Harrison-Wallace (UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: Gilberto de Syllos
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Héctor Estrada
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    Edward the Blue Engine 
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Voiced by: TBA (US/UK)

  • Demoted to Extra: In the original series, he was one of the main characters before being written off. Here, he goes down to a mere background character.
  • You Don't Look Like You: He is a 6-6-0 this time around, as opposed to being a 4-4-0 like both his Railway Series and Original TV Series counterparts. He also appears to be bigger than Henry. Original Edward is far from the smallest engine, but James, Henry and Gordon are bigger than him.

    Henry the Green Engine 
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Voiced by: TBA (US/UK)

  • Demoted to Extra: In the original series, he was one of the main characters before being written off, and is one of the three earliest characters introduced in the books. Here, he goes down to a mere background character.
  • You Don't Look Like You: One of his domes is yellow now and he’s a 2-6-2 instead of his original 4-6-0 wheel arrangement.

    Kenji 
Voiced in English by: Kintaro Akiyama (US), Dai Tabuchi (UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: Gilberto de Syllos
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Rodrigo Carralero

    Hiro 
Voiced in English by: Kintaro Akiyama (US), Dai Tabuchi (UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: Enio Vivoda
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Jesús Cortes

    Harold the Helicopter 
Voiced by: Bruce Dow (US/UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: Fernando Ferraz
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Jorge Ornelas

    Bulstrode the Barge 
Voiced by: Jamie Watson (US), Will Harrison-Wallace (UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: Bruno Azvedo, Jonathan Guedes (Race for the Sodor Cup)
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: José Luis Miranda

  • Adaptational Nice Guy: He is friendly and helpful, unlike his original series counterpart who is a Jerkass.
  • Ascended Extra: He appeared only once in the original series, but has made semi-frequent apperances in All Engines Go.

    Skiff the Sailboat 
"Ahoy, Bulstrode! Kind of uh-jumpy today!"
Voiced by: Jamie Watson (US), Jai Armstrong (UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: Bruno Azvedo

    Yong Bao 
Voiced in English by: Patrick Kwok-Choon (US), Lobo Chan (UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: Celso Henrique
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Rafael Escalante

    Ashima 
Voiced in English by:: Diya Kittur (US), TBA (UK)

    The Troublesome Trucks 
Voiced by: Cory Doran and Jamie Watson (US), Jai Armstrong (UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: Gilberto de Syllos

    Sir Topham Hatt 
Voiced in English by: Bruce Dow (US, UK ("Dragon Run" to "Sandy Versus the Storm")) Tom Dussek (UK English, "An UnbeLEAFable Day" onward)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: Tatá Guarneri
Voiced by: Juan Carralero

    Farmer McColl 
Voiced by: TBA (US/UK)

New Characters

    In general 

    Sandy the Rail Speeder 
Voiced in English by: Glee Dango (US), Holly Dixon (UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: Beatriz Singer
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Elizabeth Infante

    Bruno the Brake Car 
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Voiced in English by: Chuck Smith (US), Elliott Garcia (UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: TBA
—'>Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Christian Peyrano (All Aboard!, Argentina), Dalí González (TV series and Mystery at Lookout Mountain, Mexico)

An autistic caboose who helps the engines with heavy deliveries.

  • A Day in the Limelight: "Shake, Rattle & Bruno" is dedicated to him.
  • Clock King: He memorizes everyone's schedule each day, so he knows where and when every engine should be working.
  • Creepy Monotone: Subverted. Bruno speaks in monotone with little emotional fluctuation, but the other engines seem to understand why and don't find him off-putting at all.
  • Eyes Always Averted: He has difficulty maintaining eye contact and will usually be looking at his surroundings rather than whoever he is talking to.
  • Hollywood Autism: Averted. Mattel developed Bruno with the help of autistic writers and organizations in the USA and Europe, including the Autism Self Advocacy Network and the UK’s National Autistic Society in order to make Bruno's portrayal as tasteful as possible.
  • Ignored Expert: He tries to warn Diesel not to go through Crumble Canyon due it being dangerous, even if it's the fastest route to the lighthouse. And as he has every route and timetable memorized, he could've found a safer solution. Diesel ignores him, which leads to the two encountering a rock slide.
  • Literal-Minded: When Thomas calls Diesel a steamroller, Bruno becomes confused and asserts that Diesel is a locomotive. Thomas then gently explains he meant that Diesel is like a steamroller.
  • The Misophonic: He's highly sensitive to loud noises, and so produces ear defenders from his smokestack if things are too noisy.
  • Nervous Tics: He tends to flap his stepladders when nervous or excited.
  • Pungeon Master: He loves making railway-related puns.
  • Spock Speak: He speaks very slowly, carefully and literally, with the exception of when he's making puns.

    Farona and Frederico 
Farona voiced by: Humberly Gonzalez (English, US/UK), Claudia Victoria (Brazilian Portuguese), Alessa Becerril (Latin American Spanish_
Frederico voiced by: Thomas Santoro (English, US/UK), Alexandre Vesti (Brazilian Portuguese), Arturo Cataño (Latin American Spanish)

Two antagonistic electric engines who compete in the Sodor Cup race.

  • Adaptational Nice Guy: In the Let's Race! shorts, Farona and Frederico are written to be good guys instead of the closest thing to villains.
  • Gang of Bullies: Throughout their appearance in ''Race for the Sodor Cup", Farona and Frederico end up bullying Thomas and Kana and predicting that they'll derail. Surprisingly, they haven't done the same to Diesel, their former biggest fan.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: They are portrayed that way in the Let's Race! shorts.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: In the "Bell Race" short, Frederico ended up getting jealous due to Farona competing against him, so he ends up playing rough during the tug of war game. He ends up regretting it and accepts losing due to his behavior.
  • Those Two Guys: They are rarely shown apart, just like Riff and Jiff and Carly and Sandy.

    Jiff and Riff 
Jiff voiced by: Evany Rosen (English, US/UK), Carla Dias (Brazilian Portuguese), Mónica Pavón (Latin American Spanish)
Riff voiced by: Addison Holley (English, US/UK), Rosangela Malimpesa (Brazilian Portuguese), Rosalinda Márquez (Latin American Spanish)

    Tess the Troublesome Crane 
Voiced by: Kaia Oz (US), TBA (UK)
Voiced in Brazilian Portuguese by: TBA
Voiced in Latin American Spanish by: Fer Navarro

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