Olwin is a streamlined tank engine from Chuggington.
Olwin is a kind but fussy streamlined engine. With a habit of keeping her paintwork pristine and buffers buffed to the best, she's a hard worker who sometimes has trouble getting to do dirty work, like collecting cars of sooty rock or coal from the quarries. She likes to keep right on schedule and does her best not to be late! Despite her fastidious ways, she's a very motherly and caring engine whose always ready to be there is anyone needs a buffer to cry on.
Olwin is similar to a tenderless LNER Class A4 locomotive. Spencer from Sodor and Mallard, holder of the world speed record for steam locomotives, are other members of this class. An additional five members of this class survive in preservation.
Olwin is painted dark green with cyan lining on her streamlining and cab, and an orange cab roof and funnel. Her wheels are also gray.
- Unlike in Chuggington, Olwin has a wall behind her cab, coal bunkers between her firebox in front of her cab, and nameplates. In Chuggington, Olwin did not sport either of those features, as she had part of her cab roof that was able to slide open forward when collecting coal (which was stored in front of her cab), though she still has water stored inside of her boiler. She also appears to be noticeably bigger than she was in Chuggington. Also, if compared to Speedy McAllister, Olwin appears to be longer than him, which can be seen as shown in the images on this post.
- Olwin's chassis was modified from Spencer's. The defining differences are completely new wheels and a different siderod build.