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Fisher-Price Thomas Take N Play The Great Quarry Climb

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Fisher-Price Thomas Take N Play The Great Quarry Climb
Thomas and Owen the Traction Engine are hard at work loading and unloading cargo at the Blue Mountain Quarry. The spinning saw blade on the drop saw cuts the bluestone and deposits it right into Thomas’ cargo car. As Thomas hauls the heavy cargo, Owen helps out by pulling him up the steep incline. Inspired by scenes from the DVD "Blue Mountain Mystery." For ages 3 years and up.
  • Kids’ train toy
  • Inspired by scenes from the DVD "Blue Mountain Mystery."
  • Assembly required
  • Measures 28.1’’W x 14.5’’H x 28.5’’D
  • Weighs 4 lbs
  • For ages 3 years and up
  • Made in China

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2.0

Not Very Portable

By edm3

from Nashville, TN

Comments about Fisher-Price Thomas Take N Play The Great Quarry Climb:

We have a couple of the other Take N Play sets and love them because they're so easy to fold up and take somewhere. My 2-year-old will often fold one up and take it to another room if his older brother and sister bother him too much! Santa brought this one this year, and while my son loves playing with it when it's together, the pieces frequently come apart. Folding it up to take somewhere else is a complex, multi-step operation that definitely requires an adult. So if you're buying this because it's "Take N Play," I'd recommend a different track (we also have the Rescue from Misty Island, and it's much more portable). But if you just want a fun track that's not going to move around a lot, this is one of the best.

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