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This page is for the minor chugger characters who have appeared infrequently or have been mentioned throughout the series.

Other Old Town Chuggers

Besides Old Puffer Pete, Olwin, Speedy and Cannonball Cooper, various other steam chuggers resided in what is now Old Town, all being moved to a new railway once the city closed. Several of these chuggers have had their names revealed- those being Samuel, Sally, Solomon, Sid, Cedric and Soo.

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The Brown Chugger

The Brown Chugger is a chugger who only appeared in the first season episode, Wake Up Wilson.

Technical Details

Basis

The Brown Chugger is based on a Union Pacific Railroad M-10003.

Livery

The Brown Chugger is painted dry brown with silver lining.


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Cannonball Cooper

Cannonball Cooper is a steam engine who used to live in Old Town after the city closed. While working at Old Chuggington, he told Pete about the Spooky Chugger (a legend still around to this day). He was also mentioned by Pete in a Chuggington documentary narrated by Emery.

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Chuggington

The Old Town Mystery Chugger

The Old Town Mystery Chugger is a mysterious steam chugger said to be haunting Old Town.

The Old Town Mystery Chugger was described by Olwin as being completely white in colour, as well as speaking in a strange language that no one could understand. He would appear from a certain track, and disappear as soon as he was noticed. As Old Town was abandoned, it is unknown what happened to the chugger, let alone if he even exists.

The faulty Chug Scan was mistaken to be the Old Town Mystery Chugger while Olwin was taking the trainees on a tour of Old Town.

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Chuggington

The Purple Chugger

The Purple Chugger is a chugger who appeared infrequently throughout the second season.

Technical Details

Basis

The Purple Chugger is based on a EMD GP38-2 diesel engine.

Livery

The Purple Chugger is painted dark purple with a red roof and yellow lining; originally, however, they were painted bright purple with yellow lining.

Appearances

Chuggington

Trivia

  • The Purple Chugger appears to take its livery from a DME locomotive.

The Violet Chugger

The Violet Chugger is a chugger who only appeared in the second season episode Babysitter Brewster.

Technical Details

Basis

The basis for the Violet Chugger is unknown. The model is likely a modification of an unused model created for Hoot and Toot during the production of the first series.

Livery

The Violet Chugger is painted bright purple with a red roof and yellow lining; originally, however, they were painted bright purple with yellow lining.

Appearances

Chuggington

Trivia

  • The Violet Chugger appears to take its livery from a DME locomotive.

The Green Chugger

The Green Chugger is a chugger who only appeared in the second season episode, Wilson and the Dinosaur.

Technical Details

Basis

The Green Chugger is based on the Union Pacific Railroad M-10003.

Livery

The Green Chugger is painted standard green with yellow lining.

Appearances

Chuggington

The Tootington Passenger Chugger

The Tootington Passenger Chugger is a chugger who was only mentioned in the fourth season episode, Explorer Koko.

The Tootington Passenger Chugger was supposed to pick up several VIPs from Koko at Border Bridge to take them on a tour of Tootington. However, due to many hold ups, Koko was late, making the Tootington chugger believe the tour was cancelled (leaving as a result.) Despite this, Mayor Pullman felt that the route Koko had taken was just, if not more interesting as Tootington, and created the tour "Koko's Magical Mystery Tour".

As the chugger was never seen on screen, she may as well have been Payce, though this has not been confirmed.

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Chuggington

The Tootington Chuggineers

The Tootington Chuggineers are the Chuggineer group in Tootington. They once collaborated with the Chuggineers in Chuggington to help with the Tootington Tunnel.

Appearances

Chuggington

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The Lone Locomotive

The Lone Locomotive is the main protagonist of the fictional series, The Adventures of the Lone Locomotive. Stories would be told about him via the access of Radio Chuggington back in Old Puffer Pete's days. After Wilson rediscovered Radio Chuggington again, the series returned with Wilson as the new narrator.

Appearances

Chuggington

Trivia

  • The Lone Locomotive is a parody of "The Lone Ranger", a fictional masked former Texas Ranger who fought outlaws in the American Old West with his Native American friend Tonto.

Dr. Steam Engine

Dr. Steam Engine is the one of the antagonists of the fictional series, The Adventures of the Lone Locomotive. He once had the Lone Locomotive tied up on a damaged bridge.

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Chuggington

The Tootington Chug Patrollers

The Tootington Chug Patrollers are the Chug Patrol squad in Tootington. Asher was once on their team until he was transferred to Chuggington towards the end of the fourth season.

Jackman and Asher once went to Tootington to share their expertise with the Chug Patrollers there, leaving Wilson in charge.

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Chuggington

Gold Chugger

Gold Chugger is the antagonist of Action Chugger's film, Spy Train.

Appearances

Trivia

  • Gold Chugger's name is based off of Auric Goldfinger, a villain from Ian Fleming's James Bond franchise, and the titular antagonist of Fleming's novel (and later the third Bond film), Goldfinger.

The San Locomota Chuggers

Alongside Rosa (albeit formerly), many other chuggers live in the Spanish-speaking city of San Locomota.

Due to the complex layout of the city, chuggers from San Locomota are known for their good problem solving and memory. All chuggers there also celebrate the annual festival Noche de Estrellas.

Basis

The chuggers in San Locomota have many different designs, but seem to resemble three different types of real locomotives.

Appearances

Chuggington

Specials

The Spooky Chugger

This article is about the chugger. You may be looking for the episode.

The Spooky Chugger is an old tale about a ghost train who floats around the tracks at night making eerie noises and overturning cars; and if the Spooky Chugger links to another chugger's coupler, they become a Spooky Chugger too.

Cannonball Cooper once told the tale to Old Puffer Pete, who later told it to Zephie and Brewster. The two chuggers, along with Wilson and Koko went on a hunt to find the Spooky Chugger only to find Pete trapped under a sheet.

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Chuggington

The Zheng-Chu Chuggers

The Chuggers from Zheng-Chu live in the titular city in which Tai hails from. A lot of freight is handled there and some are even inspired by Cormac's stacking as said by Tai herself. They often stack containers by using the Art of Chug Shui, as a way of keeping organized, creative, and expressive of themselves.

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