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Wag-A-Lag-On was the first ever wagon that Wilson pulled.

Biography[]

Wag-A-Lag-On may not be a chugger, but he is quite important. He was the very first wagon Wilson ever pulled in Chuggington. After many years of work, Wag-A-Lag-On became worn out and was beginning to fall apart. One day, when Wilson was asked to deliver a few carloads of soil for Mayor Pullman's new campaign, "Beautify Chuggington," Wag-A-Lag-On's panel finally gave out, leaving him no choice but to use a brand new wagon in its place. But after misinterpreting Brewster's advice on how finishing the job is what's important and not which wagon he uses, Wilson goes back and fetches his original wagon to finish up the job. Despite everyone telling him that Wag-A-Lag-On was worn out, Wilson did not want to believe them, until Wag-A-Lag-On eventually fell apart. After learning his lesson, Wilson got the job done with his new wagon. But he still could not get over not being able to use Wag-A-Lag-On anymore. Later, Brewster, Koko and Eddie planned a little surprise for Wilson. They had turned Wag-A-Lag-On into a planter, so that Wilson could see him every day whenever he went past Roundhouse Park. Wilson was grateful and concurred with his friends that Wag-A-Lag-On had never looked better.

Basis[]

Wag-A-Lag-On is not based on any specific rolling stock, but it is loosely based on the British Railway 13T Steel Open wagon or early American single truck gondola.

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