Brio edward

Edward's Brio model

Edward was built by Sharp Stewart in 1896 and worked on the Furness Railway before coming to Sodor in 1920 to finish the building of the North Western Railway. After his work was completed, Edward was kept in a shed, to the delight of the other engines, who claimed he was to weak to work. Edward was eventually let out again, and proved that what he lacked in strength he made up for in work ethic.

Edward currently runs the Wellsworth-Brendam branch line with BoCo and occasionlly Donald and Douglas. He is sometimes used as a pilot engine for special trains.