Infobox_Vehicle_Character|title1 = Duck the Great Western Engine image1 = Duck CGI.png first_appearence = The Trouble With Trucks|creator(s) = Rev. W. Awdry|name(s) = * Montague|gender(s) = Male (UK/US) Female (Greek)|country = * The Mainland (formerly)

Jackie in the Greek dub of the real Thomas and friends tv series|status = Alive|friends = Oliver, toad, Thomas, Percy, Lady, James, old slow coach, and the works Diesel, Bertie|enemies = Diesel, Diesel 199, Diesel 10 and bulgy, scruffy, Troublesome truck}}"There are two ways of doing things. The Great Western Way and the Wrong Way. I'm Great Western and don't we know it!"

Montague, affectionately known as "Duck" Due to a supposive Waddle, is a Green Pannier Tank Engine. He Runs His Own Branch Line with Oliver. He Holds a great pride Being Great Western Engine, Which gives Him a Strong Work Ethic. However, This Can Sometimes annoy The Other Engines Because of His Belief on Being Two Ways of Doing Things.

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He Has also Appeared in Some Discussions and TWR's Second Q&A Video.

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Duck is Based On The Great Western Railway 57XX Class 0-6-0 Pannier Tank Engine. They Were Built By Many Manufactures Between 1929 and 1950 With 863 Engines Being Made, Making it The Most Produced Class of British Tank Engines. Duck's former Great Western Number, 5741, Came from a Real 57XX, One of The first Batch of 50 Engines (Nos. 5700-5749) Built By The North British Locomotive Company in March 31th, 1921, and withdrawn in May 31st of 1958. Sixteen Examples of The Class Have Been Preserved.

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Trivia:[edit | edit source]

  • In the Spanish version of Keekre24's series, Duck is called Pato.
  • In the French version of Keekre24's series, Duck is called Canard.
  • in the greek version of the real Thomas and friends tv series, Duck is female and is called Jackie.

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