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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Meet Belle. Belle is one of the newest additions to the Thomas and friends collection and is featured in the DVD "Day of the Diesels". Belle is a big blue engine with a brass bell and helps Thomas and Percy put out the fire at the old farm shed.
Meet Belle. Belle is one of the newest additions to the Thomas and friends collection and is featured in the DVD "Day of the Diesels". Belle is a big blue engine with a brass bell and helps Thomas and Percy put out the fire at the old farm shed. Age grade 2 years and above.
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Price is similar to toy stores, so can't speak on that. This engine is sturdy, mostly wooden, and fits on the wooden train sets. Colors are as pictured. Read morePublished 5 months ago by ntech1
Love the wooden trains and a big fan of Thomas and Friends. Great prices on Amazon for these products.
Plus I can send directly to my nephews!
My kid loves Belle. The detail on her is great. We actually had her about a month before I learned she was a fire engine! Ha.Published 22 months ago by Shopping Fan
A very nice looking Train car. The grandchildren love having different color engines and this one is popular with them. Nice bright color. Quality paind job. We love it.Published 22 months ago by Judy Collins
It is nice! Was exacly my lil boy wanted.. He was exited... I love it find many trains from thomas in his friends.Published 23 months ago by Carlos
My daughter wanted Belle just as my son wanted Flynn after watching Day of the Diesels. Belle is big, a really pretty color and has a nice face. Read morePublished 24 months ago by JAZ/JPZ MOM
I love the variety of lady trains in the Thomas series. So does my 3yr old step son. He lost his MIND when he got Belle! She's well made and nice looking. An instant favorite!Published on September 21, 2013 by DD Fnord