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Thomas - Charlotte, NC (114 books)
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DAY OUT WITH THOMAS™
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The television series, written and produced by Britt Allcroft, is actually based off the The Railway Series of books written by Englishmen Wilbert Awdry and his son in the s. Interestingly, the show even drew some interest from adults due to the superb craftsmanship of the models and layouts depicted. Today, this has largely been replaced by CGI and computer animation. Thomas himself is based from a real steam locomotive design, the E2 Class, an T "T" referred to tank wheel arrangement conceived by Lawson Billinton of the early 20th century. While the history of Thomas the train is interesting, this section looks to highlight the "real life" tank engine which is featured at tourist railroads and museums as special events all across the United States, and other countries, during the operating season. Thomas the tank engine is also travels around the world to allow visitors, kids especially, to view and sometimes ride behind replica versions of the locomotive. Thomas the train himself in this regard is licensed by HiT Entertainment, which acquired Allcroft's company Britt Allcroft Company PLC , and has become an explosively popular draw wherever he goes, especially here in the United States.
Thomas Claiborne Creasy, Jr. He was 85 years old. He enjoyed serving on numerous civic and community boards. His love of music and particularly Jazz inspired him to chair the Jazz Festival in the Charlotte Bicentennial Celebration. In , his devotion to education found him joining other parents in the area to create Charlotte Latin School. In , Tom moved to New York City where he became a member of the Fordham University Law faculty and launched a career in legal and educational consulting, eventually becoming President of the Long Island Business Institute.