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Choo Choo Bob is getting ready for a big trip with all of his friends on the Empire Builder. Richard W. Kornbelt stops by to tell Bob about his adventures in Astronaut Night School. Later, Choo Choo Bob, Engineer Paul, Engineer Emily, Conductor Dave, Charlie Rat, and Richard W. Kornbelt take a ri...
Choo Choo Bob and Engineer Emily find an old movie while cleaning up the clubhouse. Everyone comes over to watch it. Meanwhile, somebody seems to have eaten Ticket Agent Cee Cee's pie - Do you smell a rat?
Richard W. Kornbelt is in business in Tinyland, and business is GOOD. Rich's idea of building a train to outer space might not get off the ground, but Choo Choo Bob and Engineer Emily like the idea of a Railway To Mars.
Choo Choo Bob & friends are using their imaginations in the clubhouse, and building new things for the train layout. Charlie Rat has made his own train layout out of garbage. Richard W. Kornbelt takes Bob to see a huge train layout built entirely out of Lego bricks. Haley Bonar stops by to sing a...
Now that he's a full-time barber, Richard W. Kornbelt is being followed by a barbershop quartet. Choo Choo Bob, Engineer Paul and Engineer Emily take a long ride on a light rail train. Bob and Rich shrink down to Tinyland, where Charlie Rat and Conductor Dave are having a staring contest.
Choo Choo Bob is really interested cabooses, but Richard W. Kornbelt is trying to make a movie in the clubhouse. Conductor Dave and Charlie Rat play a very competitive game of checkers. Engineer Emily meets Choo Choo Bob and Engineer Paul for a ride on a Soo Line caboose at the Jackson Street Rou...
Everybody in Bobville is interested in bathrooms. Choo Choo Bob, Conductor Dave, Charlie Rat and Randy the Planner sing a song about washing hands. Engineer Emily gives Bob a tour of the bathrooms on a train, and Richard W. Kornbelt gets a new job: plumber.
Choo Choo Bob wants to know more about steam. Luckily, Richard W. Kornbelt just got a new job in the plumbing business. Conducto Engineer Paul takes Bob for a ride on a great steam train, the Milwaukee Road 261.
Richard W. Kornbelt takes his new job as a Crossing Guard very seriously. So seriously, that he wrapped the whole clubhouse in bubble wrap. Safety First. Choo Choo Bob, Engineer Paul and Engineer Emily visit a busy railroad crossing to learn more about train safety.
It's raining in Bobville, and everybody is stuck inside the clubhouse. Luckily, Richard W. Kornbelt brought along a new board game. Choo Choo Bob and his friends reminisce about all their great train adventures.
Richard W. Kornbelt is running for Assistant Tinyland Railroad Commissioner against incumbent, Geddy Groosevelt. Will Rich win? Will the Bobville gang get out the vote? Will Conductor Dave's Veggie Extreme pizzas arrive on time?
There's a blizzard outside in Bobville. That's okay with Richard W. Kornbelt, now that he's a dog musher. Only one problem - he doesn't have any dogs. Choo Choo Bob and Engineer Emily visit a giant railroad snowplow.
Choo Choo Bob, Engineer Emily, and Engineer Paul visit San Francisco and ride the cable cars. Meanwhile, Conductor Dave and Charlie Rat are trying to get cable installed with Bobville's newest cable guy, Richard W. Kornbelt.