Step 6: On the left side of the wheels, draw a small triangle for the train's pilot or cowcatcher. Draw a couple of sloping lines inside the pilot for the grates. At the top, add a small shape for the train engine's headlight.
Step 7: To the right, draw a small rectangle for the main part of the engine. You can make this shape longer if you want your train to have a bigger engine. On top of this shape, draw two more rectangles, a big one for a valve and a small one for a whistle.
Step 8: To the right, draw another rectangle for the bottom part of the train conductor's cab. If you'd like, you can make this section longer to create a bigger conductor cab. Above, draw a taller rectangle for the top part of the conductor's cab.
Step 9: Inside the top section, add a smaller rectangle for a window on the train conductor's cab. Above the cab, draw a thin, long rectangle with sloping sides for a little roof.
Step 10: At the bottom, draw two big circles for the train's main wheels. Make sure that the bottoms of these wheels are at the same level as the smaller front wheels. If you're struggling to draw these circles, just trace the outer edge of a coin, a lid or any object with a circular edge.