|Position||Odd Job Engine|
|Class||British Rail Class 14 Diesel Hydraulic|
|Tractive Effort||30,910 lbf|
|Weight|| 48.50 long tons
Cojak is a small class 14 diesel with a nack for complaining.
Cojak was one of the first diesels to operate on the Waterdown Railway when he arrived, serving as part of the Survey Corps before being transferred to the quarries at Callast.
Cojak is typically a very grumpy diesel engine with a poor attitude who hates doing hard work and will often make lame excuses in order to get out of it. Cojak, being a diesel engine, often gets annoyed by the other steam engines, in particular Atlas, Clay, Ramona and Creed (prior to being scrapped) and sometimes boasts about him being the best engine on the whole of Waterdown. He can also often make cold comments about some of the steam engines and intentionally gets on the other engine's nerves. Despite this Cojak does have respect for engines like Boomer and Zebedee and will thank other engines once they help him but he has a big heart somwhere in the boxy boiler of his.
Cojak is painted in BR green with yellow warning panels
Cojak is based on a british Rail Class 14 diesel hydraulic.
- Public Enemy (cameo)
- Down The Drains
- From Dusk Until Dawn
- Going Haywire
- Nightmares (cameo)
- The Mail Bag Snag
- Rebel Iron (mentioned)
- Kindred Spirits
- Merry Christmas Lines (audio)
- George: Down The Drains onwards.
- Cojak was the originally the first character to be thought of by Haydn for the series before being developed into the diesel shunter you see today.
- The Real D9500 is preserved and stored at the Peak Rail in Derbyshire. Howewhere in the series Cojaks Number is D3