Melissa & Doug Deluxe Wooden Railway
Who knows why kids love trains so much, but te fact remains that they do. This Melissa & Doug Deluxe Wooden Railway Set is an excellent first train for young kids, and it's expandable (you can never have too much track!) and compatible with well-known wooden train brands like Brio and Thomas.
My own daughter played with her wooden train for years, until she graduated to an electric HO train, and we passed it on (still in great condition) to friends whose kids also played with it for many years. Toys like this are far more worth the money than the latest electronic battery-guzzler or TV-driven fad which will be outdated or broken frustratingly soon.
Melissa & Doug Deluxe Wooden Railway details
Choo! Choo! There's hours of fun right around the bend with this Deluxe Wooden Railway Set. Everything you need to recreate an amazing train world is included. There are ascending tracks to move trains overhead, plus a spacious Roundhouse engine shed. Dozens of tracks comes in both curves and straight lines, and trees, workers and traffic signs add to the realism.
Set also includes multi-piece trains, magnetic-tipped cranes, switches, T-junctions for passing lanes, suspension bridge, trestle bridge and roundtable. Build new configurations every time! 138 wooden pieces in all.
What's in the Box
- Six-piece freight train
- four-piece passenger train
- three-piece flatbed truck
- over 100 solid-wood track pieces
- engine shed
- five-way switch
- suspension bridge
- trestle bridge
- A-frame and tower-frame crane assemblies
- railroad workers
- traffic signs
- visual instructions for layout options
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