|This article is about the talking version. You may be looking for the Talk 'n' Action version.|
- Plarail version (permanently-attached coach with sound-triggering buttons, and responds to movements such as slopes) (2004-2010 - Japan)
- TrackMaster by HiT Toy Company version (Flip Face version) (2009 - US)
- TrackMaster by Fisher-Price version (button with phrases and whistle sounds, and random phrases are heard when moving) (2009-2014 - US; 2010-2014 - UK)
- Plarail version (redesigned with CGI styled face, up to 50 phrases) (2013-present - Japan)
- TrackMaster (Revolution) by Fisher-Price version (redesigned with attachable tender) (2014-present - US/UK)
TrackMaster (Fisher-Price) version:
- "Hello, I'm James."
- "I'm James! I'm the brightest red engine on Sodor!"
- "Full steam ahead!" (US)
- "Fizzling fireboxes!" (UK)
- "Bust my buffers!"
TrackMaster (Revolution) version:
- "I'm James."
- "I'm the brightest red engine on Sodor."
- "I'm no slowcoach, I am a really splendid engine."
- "Bubbling boilers! I mustn't be late!"
- "Mind my paintwork!"
- "Coming through!!"
- Talking James with Red Express Coach (Plarail)
- Talking Flip-Face James with Paint Cans and Spare Parts Loads (TrackMaster [HiT Toy Company])
- Talking James (TrackMaster [Fisher-Price; Revolution])
- Talking James with Blue Express Coach (Plarail)
- The 2004 Plarail Talking James is voiced by Katsuji Mori, while the 2013 version is voiced by Masashi Ebara.
- The first two TrackMaster US Talking James' are voiced by Kerry Shale.
- The 2010 TrackMaster UK Talking James is voiced by Keith Wickham.