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Tidlo Wooden Train Set (100 Pieces)

GBP 45.99

£45.99

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The Tidlo Wooden Train Set is perfect for your little one as they can use their imagination to come up with a track design. The track pieces are interlocking for the train to move along and this 100 piece train set includes everything to build a charming little town. It comes complete with a train and carriages, buildings, bridges, trees, farm animals and people. - A.D.

In The Box:

  • Two trains
  • Six trailers
  • 42 track pieces
  • 12 trees/bushes
  • 18 buildings/roofs
  • Ten track accessories such as traffic lights
  • Ten people/animals

Features:

  • Durable wooden material
  • Multi configuration set
  • Interlocking track pieces plus train, carriages, buildings, bridges, trees and people
  • Compatible with other popular wooden train sets
  • Suitable for ages 3+
Brand:
Tidlo

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating : 4.5 / 5 (2 Reviews)
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Top Customer Reviews

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Lovely, sturdy train set

We bought this for my daughter's 3rd birthday. Lovely quality train set with a good sized track and extras like buildings, level crossing, signs and trees. She loved it and it has given hours of enjoyment. It looks like it will last for years so hopefully our younger daughter will also be able to enjoy it in the future.

Days of fun

The Tidlo Wooden Train Set (100 Pieces) is a great train set with enough track to satisfy a 3 and 2 year old. Track is easy to put together and dismantle by both toddlers. The set is of good quality and has a nicer feel than a plastic one. The buildings, trees, people and animals stand well on their own although they're usually all knocked down soon after. Trains are great, although if your 3 year old is like ours, all the trains in the world are never enough as they try to build the longest train ever. The arch bridge is solid and a big hit with the kids. However, the other tall suspension bridge is hopeless with the young ones. It's not sturdy enough to withstand rougher play and every time they go over the bridge, it falls down. It needs to be designed better with a better base for the piers and connections with the bridge. Overall though, great train set with a good mix of pieces.