Season 6 of Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends Wooden Railway Stories is the sixth season of Percyno6's revived series. The first episode of season 6, And There He Was, was uploaded on April 10, 2015 to officially start the season. The final episode, Toby's Turn for the Worst, was uploaded on May 20, 2016. The trailer for the movie, The Clash of Chaos, was announced on May 26, 2017 with the movie released on June 9, 2017.


Episodes Upload Date

76. And There He Was

April 10, 2015

77. The Long and Winding Rails

April 24, 2015
78. Chilly Billy May 8, 2015
79. Problems Paxton June 26, 2015

80. Backup Brakevan

July 10, 2015

81. Culdee's Chaos

July 24, 2015
82. Kingdom of Bear-A-Lot August 14, 2015
83. Shock and Arthur August 29, 2015
84. Speed Trials September 4, 2015

85. Double Duty Diesel

February 20, 2016
86. Mind over Mavis March 10, 2016

87. Run Down Tracks

March 24, 2016
88. Accident at the Airfield April 1, 2016
89. Brendam's Blast from the Past April 22, 2016
90. Toby's Turn for the Worst May 20, 2016


  • This is the first season ever to use sets instead of layouts.
    • This includes the original series, making it 11 seasons of using layouts.
  • Mischief at the Mine was originally going to be an episode this season, but was replaced with Brendam's Blast from the Past.
  • At 13 months, this season is the longest season of the 12 total seasons ever.
  • Episode 76, And There He Was, was taken from the How I Met Your Mother song ,And There She Was by John Swihart & The Solids.
  • Episode 77, The Long and Winding Rails, was taken from the Beatles song, The Long and Winding Road.
  • Episode 82, Kingdom of Bear-A-Lot, was taken from the term Care-a-Lot from the show Care Bears.
  • Episode 84, Speed Trials, comes from the Elliot Smith song of the same name.

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