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  • Edward was trained in swordsmanship and was taught how to wield firearms. His skill with a sword was initially average, but drastically improved after receiving tutelage in swordsmanship by Edward Thatch and Benjamin Hornigold, to the point where he was able to swords and became a master swordsman. Additionally Edward was able to wield several different weapons including swords, pistols, knives, axes and muskets; he proved able to dual wield several combinations of these weapons with great proficiency.

    Edward trained Haytham to become an Assassin from an early age, training him in swordsmanship and other types of combat from six years old onward. Edward also encouraged his son to think for himself, and dispute others' opinions. However, Edward kept his past a secret from his young son, though his former career as a pirate forever distanced the family from their neighbours in London.

  • One of the artists responsible for paving the way to Scottish views after an 'expedition' to the Outer Isles at the early part of the nineteenth century. Edward Train rarely painted large views and the smaller pictures have a particular charm and appeal. Not dated but our educated guess is circa 1840 - 1850.

    One of the artists responsible for paving the way to Scottish views after an 'expedition' to the Outer Isles at the early part of the nineteenth century. Edward Train rarely painted large views and the smaller pictures have a particular charm and appeal. Not dated but our educated guess is circa 1840 - 1850.

  • One of the things I really like about the Thomas & Friends series is that it teaches the values of hard work and responsibility. These attributes are particularly present in Edward, who - in my opinion - sets an example of good behavior for the other engines and for my son. I'm happy to see that my son has obviously gotten the idea. When he plays with Edward, he often explains to me "Edward Workin' Hard, Mama!" or will show Edward helping or talking with the other Engines. He also often says "Edward Nice Train," which I find very sweet. I take advantage of these statements of his to have conversations with my son about how good it is to work hard and be kind to others.

Thomas & Friends Take 'N Play Talking Edward Train