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Excuse me. Mr. Dan. Do in canon do you know who owned the gauge converter wagon? Was the Skarloey Railway? The Sodor and Mainland? or the Crovans Gate Mining Company?
Ah I see. very interesting cause in the late 19th century Skarloey had to go back to whitehaven for an overhaul. And according to the Unlucky tug and I think Luke Ryan. The practice of using the converter wagon actually put strain on Skarloey since the distance was long and the trucks much heavier for a narrow gauge engine like Skarloey. My theory is that, converter wagon was the contributing factor of Skarloey's first overhaul.
I've watched all 13 TUGS episodes recently, and I realised that there's some differences between the 15 minute and 20 minute versions of some of them. For example, in Munitions, one version had Big Mickey destroyed but the other one, he was fine. Do the 15 minute versions of the episodes happen within the canon of STMY or the 20 minute versions?