Little People® Wheelies™ Connect ’n Play Railway
  • Age: 1½ - 5 years |

    Approx. Retail Price: $30.00

    |Product: X0056

Choo-choo! This little train just rolled in, so get ready to play! The cars connect so easily! Then you’re set to head to the station, the farm or the crossing with Eddie™ as your conductor. Press down on the smokestack for music and realistic train sounds. So much to see and do along the way—hope you enjoy the ride! Includes train with Eddie™ and two connectable cars, track with clock tower, barn, railroad crossing and hay bale and vegetables play pieces. Includes 3 button-cell batteries.

Sold exclusively at Walmart.

Others also viewed...
Little People® Wheelies™ Stand ’n Play™ Rampway
Little People® Wheelies™ Loops ’n Swoops Amusement Park™
Little People® Wheelies™ Garage
Little People® Fun Sounds Farm
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by The battery for the train quit working exactly one week after purchase, and the battery is not replaceable. My son likes connecting the trains and overall enjoys the train. But he really liked the sounds and music that the train made. It is a good beginner train but we also own both the v-tech and the Thomas beginner train sets and they are better. June 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by strong tracks My two year old is very happy with this toy.The tracks hold together on our carpeting. The music is not very annoying. The train cars connect easily. The regular wheelie cars fit perfectly on the tracks. This has been a great Christmas surprise. He plays with this toy instead of more expensive toys. Just simply a good toy. January 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by great beginner train! My parents got this for my 2 yr old for his bday. It holds both his attention and his 4 yr old sister's. It makes noise, but is kinda quiet and not at all annoying. The batteries are for the sound effects only. It is not self propelled. I like that my son has to make the train move instead of just watching it. I hope they start to make additional sets to expand the track! October 15, 2012
1-3 of 3