Crosby, originally Croshbyr, is a small seaside town renowned for its fresh air. It is named after an impressive stone cross made for the town's churchyard in the eleventh century.

C&B Barber, M.C. BUNN, and Crosby Coal Company are located here. According to some magazines, a castle is located near the station as well. Duck once crashed into the barber's shop, and Gordon collided with a truck here.

Until 1912, Crosby was the Wellsworth and Suddery Railway's terminus; then the line was extended to Knapford. During the same year, a tunnel about 1.6 kilometres (1 mile) in length was built.


  • On some maps of Sodor, it is misspelt "Crusby".
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