Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Debuting over Britain's ITV in 1991, Ghost Train was intended as the successor to the network's weekend children's program Get Fresh. On the earlier series, two human hosts and a space-alien puppet escorted the kids at home to various colorful locales in the British Isles. On Ghost Train, the humans joined a sheep puppet named Noddy, who lived in a rural funfair, on Noddy's various and sundry railway jaunts to the nooks and crannies of Mother England. The weekly, 120-minute Ghost Train ran until 1994.