Thomas Train Track – On the Right Path

Shante Abdo

With Thomas Train Track, there are endless variations that can be conceived. The only limitations are the number of track pieces and the imagination of the engineer.

To start with, there are three main add-ons to your present set that can be purchased from the Thomas and Friends home page. They include the Wooden Railway, The Trackmaster, and Take Along.

The Wooden Railway is a Talking Railway Series Morgan’s Mine. This is a great addition to any set of tracks that you already have. The different train engines are recognized when they approach and Sir Topham will actually talk to them by name with different inquiries. This add-on piece has a bridge, mountain, and building.

The Trackmaster is a set of individual pieces that can be purchased separately. There are train cars, engines, and a wide variety of tracks the have different themes. These themes include Colin in the Party Surprise, Thomas’ Busy Day Starter Train Set, and Thomas at the Station Set. There are also motorized engines, Duncan the Engine, Elizabeth Vehicle Roadway Set, Rusty With Bonus Track, Toby’s Windmill, Sodor Carnival Ferris Wheel, and the Sodor Site Maron Water Tower. There are also plain track kits that include straight and curves sections.

The Talk Along is a creation of Waterson Mine from the movie The Great Adventure. This set comes to life with lights and sounds that can be easily added to any existing Thomas the Train set of tracks that you may already have. It is sure to keep your child entertained for hours.

The nice thing about Thomas Train track is that it can continuously be expanded to meet your child’s growing needs in the future.

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