'When Atlas awakens after years of slumber, he has found the world has changed around him, and has forgotten parts of his previous life. Luckily he's on a railway that has preserved steam, and hopes to call this railway home. However, he finds out steam engines are not in the best of favours with a certain important passenger. Will his position as the new steam engine on the line be threatened by this passenger?'
Oh-kay, so since I gave most of the context-y things last part, here is some fun facts or something from the Behind the Scenes side of things: -You know that bit in the intro, where I scroll alongside Atlas and he steams off? That took something like 36 takes to get it right. -Ince Castle's face changed during filming. He originally had a really ugly mug that made him look downright evil. The face he has now is better. -Dawn's model is one of the first motorised 00 gauge engines I ever owned. Right next to a several hands old Triang Nellie and a windup Thomas. -Back when I began writing these characters, Benjamin was called Benny, and had an excavator arm coming out of the back of his cab. I then realised how daft that was. -It is now that I realise most of the humans in this are voiced by Daniel... -The character's names all come from pre-established fiction, most obviously Sherlock's. This is thematically important. The engines of this world pick their names, so aim for more endearing names that humans can relate to. -The last scene was entirely improvised.