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Character Cards are additional tokens included with vehicles from 1999 to 2009, and to 2010 in Europe. These cards featured a picture of the vehicle with a description on the reverse side.

1999-2000

The first character cards showed the stock picture of the item, the item's name written in a red font, and the Wooden Railway logo is in the top left corner. The reverse side arranged vertically showed a Sir Topham Hatt figure and the item's name in a brown box, with the same red font for the character's description.

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2000

The second version of character cards was similar to the first, but with the newer Wooden Railway logo used, the item's name in a red box, and the description in a different black text. Due to the transitional period to the new packaging, the new vehicles for 2000 had cards with their name in the original red font and the newer logo.

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2001

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2002

The third version of character cards featured the slightly updated Wooden Railway logo which lacked the "featuring Clickity-Clack Track" slogan. The new appearances of a number of vehicles were also reflected on the cards.

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2003-2007

The fourth version of character cards featured a new design. The item was shown on track or road in a scenic background, and the reverse side displayed horizontally had a blue background with a small circle of the item, which is usually a close-up if it has a face, in the bottom right corner. The edges were curved instead of straight. They were also made of a more sturdy material than the previous designs.

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2007-2009

The fifth version of character cards were similar to the previous design, but with the newer Wooden Railway logo displayed, the item's name in a yellow box, and the scenic background replaced with a animated grass background.

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2010

The sixth and final version of character cards were similar to the previous design, but featured the updated Wooden Railway logo and the item's name in a smaller box. The reverse side was arranges vertically and featured descriptions in multiple languages. It was only used in Europe.

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Trivia

  • In most countries outside North America, the character card descriptions were often printed in different languages on the one card.
  • On Isobella's character card, she is shown on rails instead of road.
  • On Hiro's character card, he is missing his tender.