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Fisher-Price 67421
Thomas & Friends™ TrackMaster ™ Risky Rails Bridge Drop
Product #: W3542
Ages: 3 years & up
$60.00 Sale Price $39.88  
Working at the Blue Mountain Quarry is a big adventure for Thomas, and the Risky Rails Bridge Drop takes the daring action to new heights! Thomas carries the boulder up the winding Blue Mountain Quarry track. Send it down the chute and zooming across the cargo zip-line with help from Merrick the gantry crane. As Thomas chugs back down the track, the bridge collapses! Will Thomas be able to travel these risky rails safely? It’s the tallest TrackMaster™ set yet!
Includes a motorized Thomas engine that requires one AA battery, not included.

Product Ratings and Reviews

Rated 2.1 out of 5 by 15 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Set! This is the first trackmaster set I bought for my daughter. It was easy to build. I had no problems with this set. Yes, there is an issue if the track gets bumped the alignment gets a little off, the thing is this is a TRAIN SET. When she get's older the HO Scale and N Gauge sets will be even more flimsy. It's built to handle toddlers and it's a solid set when you put this into perspective to it's size and the target audience and the fact that as the child grows up and if they continue with model railroading they will end up needing even MORE patience with trains that derail because a track is not SOLDERED into place. With that in mind this is a GREAT set for toddlers to get a taste of model railroading. July 7, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by not a good buy I bought this and Thomas dose not work and missing pieces son disappointed cant play with it November 29, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fun,my son likes it. Now it took me like 25 min to build this track, and while playing tracks get loose but other than that good trackmaster set. We have a lot of trackmaster sets and we combine the sets together so the fun last longer . I think this set would be awesome if it have had sounds. October 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Stuff I don't know what the fuss is. It took about 20 minutes to build (by myself). My 3 yo loves it! Made sure pieces were properly connected and never had a problem with it detaching. Only downside was finding a spot for it because it IS big. Looking forward to getting more sets. July 18, 2013
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