Thomas & Friends™ Wooden Railway Lumber Yard Waterfall Adventure

3 years & up


  • Product Features

    Playtable-sized train set built around the Sodor Lumber yard. Thomas picks up saw blade cargo from the crane and brings it to the logging mill to help cut down logs. As Thomas chuffs along the saw blades cut down the logs and send them down the river. The logs form a floating bridge for your engine to travel over! Use the crane to lift and load cargo. Easy reset so you can play over and over again! Includes Thomas engine and cargo car.

    • Constructed from premium Wood materials
    • Features realistic details
    • Includes Thomas engine, cargo car, logs
    • Helps develop gross motor skills, sensory skills & reasoning skills
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Traditional, Beautiful, Engaging This is a quality toy that is aesthetically pleasing. My grandbaby will have hours of fun rolling over the logs and putting them back in place. September 29, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Train Fun Overall a great toy. The fun up and down ramp, the magnet log catcher you can twist. the only reason gave a 4 for quality was the logs get a little stuck at times. My daughter and her little brother 2/12 both love to play with it together. Great gift for any kid! Highly recommend! September 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Received as a toy trial I received this a trial test. My son is very into trains and has played with this non-stop since we opened and assembled it. It is built very sturdy but as the other reviewer mentioned the logs are a little difficult to get to work well. This is very much worth the price! September 5, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by My son totally loves it My son loves playing with it, he has been playing for hours. We like how it comes together and the scenery it's pretty believable. The only small negative part about it is the way the logs work. You have to press them down or they won't work when the train drives by to let them down. If they are not pressed down they won't come down, it could of been made a little better. The good thing my son figured it out and he is only 3yrs old. Over all it's a really nice train set. September 3, 2014
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