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Sounds to me like this is your crucial year. If I were you, I would think about climbing onboard.

Come on, come on, come on. 've got a schedule to keep.

Tickets, please.

That is a public-address microphone. It is not a toy.

Now, young man, Christmas may not be important to some people, but it is very important to the rest of us!

There can be no Christmas without the Polar Express arriving on time. Am I the only one who understands that?

Young man, are you bound and determined that this train never reaches the North Pole?

Caribou crossing?!

Problem solved. All ahead, slow.

Considering we've lost communications with the engineer, we are standing totally exposed on the front of the locomotive, the train appears to be accelerating uncontrollably, and we are rapidly approaching Glacier Gulch which happens to be the steepest downhill grade in the world, I suggest we all hold on tightly.

Sometimes seeing is believing. And sometimes the most real things in the world are the things we can't see.

The forsaken and the abandoned. Mind your step now. These poor toys have suffered enough being left to rust and decay in the back alleys and vacant lots of the world.

It's a new concept the boss came up with. Instead of being thrown away, they're collected. Refurbished. He calls it “rebicycling.” Something like that.

Ladies and gentlemen, you do not have to hold hands, but please remain in your columns while we are in transit.

I may be just an old railroader and know nothing about lighter-than-air craft but from my layman's perspective, you need more altitude!

The flying elves. They are specialists. Do not try that at home, kids.

Show your tickets. Have your tickets ready. Thank you. Remember to eat the five basic food groups. Ticket, please. And please brush after every meal. Remember to duck and cover.

One thing about trains: It doesn't matter where they're going. What matters is deciding to get on.

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