No. 1 Virgil on Thunderbird 1 pilot's ramp. Shute folds to convert to pilot seat
Error: Thunderbird 2, misspelt "chute" as "shute"
No. 2. John answers distress call on his high secret frequency band remote radio mike
No. 3 Thunderbird 2 landing on retro jets at London Airport
Error: It is landing on its vertical jets, not its retro jets.
No. 4 Hood invoking his strange hoodoo powers over Kyrano his half brother
No. 5 The "Fire Flash" about to take off on maiden flight from London Airport to Tokyo, Passenger capacity 600
No. 6. Hood's exotic eastern temple
No. 7 Lady Penelope's country home
No. 8 Brains, Scott and Virgil plan rescue operation to rescue Sidewinder.
No. 9 Hood in one of his many disguises places an auto-bomb in the hydraulic landing gear of the world's fastest airliner "Fire Flash"
No. 10 Scott on the revolving floor section preparing to enter gantry for the control panel of Thunderbird 1
No. 11 Brains, scientific genius inventor of all International Rescue machines. Very Shy
No. 12 Monitoring control on ever alert secret space station - Thunderbird 5
No. 13 Thunderbird 2 leaving its secret mountain quarters ready for blast off. Palm trees fold back to allow for wingspan
No. 14 Thunderbird 1 with all systems go streaking on a mission at 7,500 M.P.H.
No. 15 Thunderbird 3 blasts off from beneath round house on Tracy Island
No. 16 Thunderbird 1. Leading rescue rocket. Length 115' - Wing span 80' - Diameter 12'
No. 17 Thunderbird Interplanetary space rescue rocket. 200' long
No. 18 Thunderbird 1 making a soft landing with use of retro-jets at London Airport
Error: It is landing on its vertical jets (also known as 'hover-jets'). TB1 is not equipped with retro jets.
No. 19 Jeff Tracy ex-astronaut now head of International Rescue at H.Q monitor
No. 20 Mobile swimming pool concealing launching pad for Thunderbird 1 on Tracy Island
No. 21 Thunderbird 2 unloading pod 3 containing radio controlled elevator cars
No. 22 Thunderbird 4 on underwater rescue mission using extremely powerful searchlight
No. 23 Thunderbird 2 heavy rescue rocket cruising at 5,000 M.P.H wing Span 180' - height 60'
No. 24 John Tracy on the space monitor is ready to listen in to all world radio communications
No. 25 Thunderbird 5 ever alert space station monitoring post. The receiver automatically translate distress signals into English
No. 26 Earth drilling "Mole" transported in Thunderbird 2 - pod 2
No. 27 Lady Penelope's luxury ocean going yacht - FAB 2
No. 28 Tracy family living quarters on remote and mysterious Tracy island someware in the Pacific
No. 29 The Round House - Tracy library hiding launching pad for Thunderbird 3
No. 30 Lady Penelope's FAB 1 Rolls Royce. The world's most elegant car
No. 31 Jeff Tracy briefing his team for another International Rescue mission
No. 32 Thunderbird 3 rendesvous with Thunderbird 5 using auto entry to relieve John Tracy from one month's duty rotation
Error: Rendezvous is misspelt.
No. 33 Heli-jet landing at scene of rescue in hostile terrain
No. 34 Thunderbird 4 destroys enemy nuclear submarine
No. 35 Scott at the controls of Thunderbird 1 control levers operate vertical and horizontal flight positions
No. 36 Scott guides remote control elevator cars 2, 3 and 4 by V.H.F monitors on car 1.
No. 37 Thunderbird 3 launching gantry beneath the round house.
No. 38 International Rescue headquarters lounge. This room converts to their International Rescue operations room.
No. 39 Kyrano, Jeff Tracy's loyal servant and yet hood's half brother.
No. 40 Interior of FAB 1 Lady Penelope's luxury Rolls Royce with chauffeur - Body guard - Manservant Parker.
No. 41 John Tracy controller of the space monitor Thunderbird 5. Very Patient.
No. 42 Aqua-naut Gordon Tracy co-pilot of Thunderbird 2 and driver of Thunderbird 4.
No. 43 Astronaut Alan Tracy, pilot of Thunderbird 3 who is also an expert racing driver.
No. 44 Lady Penelope's FAB 1 Rolls Royce outside the round house on Tracy island.
No. 45 Virgil Tracy. pilot of Thunderbird 2. Reliable and steady, in charge of priceless rescue equipment.
No. 46 Scott Tracy, pilot of Thunderbird 1. Chief rescue organiser, eldest son of Jeff, fast thinking and quick actioned.
No. 47 The Hood, arch enemy of International Rescue, master of disguise.
No. 48 Thunderbird 4 underwater and Ocean going rescue and scout craft.
No. 49 Heli-jet with Police patrol over the roof of top security government building.
No. 50 Jeff Tracy one of the first men to land on the moon and now founder member of International Rescue.
No. 51 Lady Penelope. International Rescues elegant agent based in London.
No. 52 Parker. Lady Penelope's trusted servant. Driver of FAB 1. reformed ex-convict.
No. 53 Virgil at controls of elevator car also controlling other cars by radio.
No. 54 Hood in hoodoo trance casting hypnotic spell.
No. 55 Tin-Tin (a Malayan name meaning 'Sweet') daughter of Kyrano.
No. 56 International Rescue's mobile control monitor in operation at London airport.
No. 57 TX-204 multi-jet freighter on routine patrol. Equipment includes latest anti-missile missiles.
No. 58 This advanced proto-type FX-904 vertical lift heli-jet is capable of enormous weight lifting capacity and speeds of up to mach-2.
No. 59 The use of a hover scooter enables Scott to obtain maximum mobility even when he is grounded.
No. 60 The Thunderizer. This blast gun contains a dynamic unit producing immense electric discharge more powerful that lighting.
No. 61 WN 1 - Nuclear powered atom-sub is used by Hood to trail aqua-naut Gordon Tracy to the depths of the Pacific Ocean.
No. 62 Fireflash the worlds fastest and largest airliner. The revolutionary nuclear fission turbines produce 3 million Lbs thrust giving a cruising speed of 5,000 M.P.H.
No. 63 Firefly is frequently called into operation by International Rescue. The atomic neutrons are concentrated into a single cell which when fired disintegrates solid matter.
No. 64 Skyhawk all weather interceptor. Maximum speed 9,5000 M.P.H. Variable wing design. Armoury: Anti-solarium cannon 108mm.
No. 65 The anti-meteorite satellite on patrol was launched from cape Kennedy to form part of the early warning system.
No. 66 The mobile laser ray, I.R.3, can penetrate any known material. Sunrays are bombarded with electrons to produce immense cutting power.
No. 67 WN 1 - the Hood's atom-sub aboard the 8 wheeler hydraulic transporter equipped to provide launching facilities.
No. 68 Sunprobe the incredible space rocket with secret helotomic booster motor mounted on gantry assist.
No. 69 Sunprobe at final count-down. This massive rocket is fired by remote control from the traction platform.
No. 70 Lady Penelope's luxurious Rolls Royce FAB 1 conceals a deadly weapon behind the world famous radiator.
No. 71 This multi-purpose heavy duty global carrier provides maintainence for the International Rescue organisation.
Error: The word maintenance is spelt wrongly.
No. 72 World T.V hoverjet projects hyper-space video pictures direct to I.R headquarters.