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Quotation1 Beware the Ghost Train! Quotation2
Pete warning Tillie about the Ghost Train
The Ghost Train
The Ghost Train
Background information
Feature films Tom and Jerry & The Little Engine That Could
Television programs
Video games Sailor Moon Crystal: Adventures in FernGully
Park attractions
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Character information
Full name
Other names Ghost engine
Personality Evil
Appearance Large blue steam locomotive (2-8-4 wheel arrangement)
Birthday
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Alignment
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Alignment Evil
Goal Deliver nightmares
Home
Relatives
Pets
Allies Cave, The Big Wolf, Eagle
Minions
Enemies Tillie, Tom Cat, Jerry Mouse, Tuffy Mouse, Chip, Scuffy the Tugboat, Tootle, Katy Caboose, Poky Little Puppy, Shy Little Kitten, Tawny Scrawny Lion, Saggy Baggy Elephant, Baby Brown Bear, Rollo, Jeepers, Grumpella, Missy, Stretch, Handy Pandy, Perky, The Little Wolf, Eric
Likes scaring a trains, stealing freight and kidnapping passengers and sending nightmares to the children.
Dislikes good dreams, the Birthday Train, Eric believing
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Fate Buried in snow after being tricked by Tillie with Tom and Jerry switched the points and going too fast.
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The Ghost Train is the main antagonist of Tom and Jerry & The Little Engine That Could and a new antagonist of The Little Engine That Could franchise film and did not exist in the original 1991 film of the same name. It is a spooky steam locomotive.

AppearanceEdit

The Ghost Train is a 2-8-4 wheel configured American Berkshire type steam locomotive, pulling a train of four boxcars and finally one caboose. Its designs based on The Simpsons. Unlike other engines such as Tillie, Tootle, Farnsworth, Pete, Jebediah, Georgia and Doc, it is the only engine that didn't have a face on a smoke stack or the front of the boiler.

Tom and Jerry & The Little Engine That CouldEdit

According to the story, the Ghost Train scares a trains, steals freight and kidnaps passengers and sends nightmares to the children on the another side of the Mountain during every night.

As if foreshadowing the Ghost Train's appearance, a thunderstorm on night began as Tillie reached the mountain using the old tracks after saving Little Golden Book Land from flooding. A loose boulder slammed into the old bridge's support, causing it to partially collapsed. Tillie finally comes across a scary-looking tunnel and makes it through thanks to Tom's panic. From a distance above, the Ghost Train emerges out of the storm clouds and heads straight for the Birthday Train with the intention of stealing it. Despite Tillie's perseverance, the Ghost Train pushes her into a tunnel, leaving her knocked out by an avalanche and taken Rollo and the toys away, intending to keep them and send nightmare to Eric.

The Ghost Train was defeated by Tillie, Chip, Scuffy the Tugboat, his friends, Tom, Jerry and Tuffy by pulling a switcher making it roll down the mountain. It was not seen for the rest of the movie, but in the credits, it reveals the Ghost Train was buried in snow.

GameEdit

The Ghost Train appeared in Sailor Moon Crystal: Adventures in FernGully as the boss. It has the subtitle of: Spooky Steam Locomotive. It guarded the Blue Rainbow Gem. Its boss theme is Ghost Ship Bellum Battle in The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass.

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