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LEGO Toy Story Western Train Chase (7597)

4.3 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews

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  • Includes Train, Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Jessie, Bullseye, Rex and Hamm as “Evil Doctor Porkchops” figures
  • New Toy Story 3 scene
  • Rolling Western train features locomotive and three cars with opening doors, roofs and rooftop traps.
  • Fully compatible with LEGO train tracks and LEGO power functions; noted in building instructions
  • 584 LEGO pieces
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
CHOKING HAZARD -- Toy contains a small ball. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

It's a Wild West train adventure with the Toy Story heroes! Time's running out, partners! The evil Dr. Porkchops has trapped Rex in a boxcar packed with dynamite aboard a runaway train, and it's up to his friends to save him! As Woody bravely battles Pork chops on top of the train, Jessie rides Bullseye in hot pursuit and Buzz flies in for a last second rescue! Rolling Western train features locomotive and three cars with opening doors, roofs and rooftop traps. Includes Buzz Lightyear, Woody, J


The LEGO Toy Story 3 Train Chase set lets you join Buzz, Woodie, Rex, and the entire gang on a Wild West train adventure. This 23-inch train features a delightful, cartoony aesthetic, making it an ideal first train for younger kids. It also comes with minifigures of Buzz, Woody, Bullseye, and other popular characters, allowing kids to reenact scenes from the movie. With 584 pieces and a unique modular design, this set will provide a healthy challenge for younger builders.

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Toy Story 3 Train Chase

Ages: 7 to 14 years
Pieces: 584
Build Time: 2.5 hours
Requires: Flat surface for assembly

What We Think

Fun factor: 4 stars
Durability: 4 stars
Ease of assembly: 4 stars
Educational factor: 4 stars
Novelty factor: 5 stars

The Good: Toy Story-themed train with plenty of minifigures and moving parts.

The Challenging: May come apart if played with roughly.

In a Nutshell: A highly-detailed building set that jump-starts imaginative play.
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Rex Mini-Figure Captured

Woody and his friends must race across the train to rescue the captive Rex!
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Modular LEGO Design

The train features a modular design, making it easy for kids to assemble and disassemble.
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Buildable, Interactive Toy Train
Measuring 23 inches in length, the train features four different cars: a steam engine, a box car, a passenger car, and - of course - a caboose. Each car has been detailed with an impressive level of detail - from the red cowcatcher grille in front to the translucent windows on the caboose. Kids will enjoy playing with each individual car, linking them together, and rearranging their order. While the train doesn't feature a motor, it can easily be rolled around by hand.

There are plenty of additional features to keep the toy interesting. Our 11-year-old tester especially appreciated some of the more interactive parts of the set - like the opening side doors, trap door ceilings, and rolling wheels. These features make the train not only a fun building project, but also a fun toy in its own right.

Reenact Scenes from Toy Story 3
Featuring Toy Story-themed minifigures, this set gives kids everything they need to reenact the exhilarating train chase scene from Toy Story 3. The set includes minifigures of Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Jessie, Bullseye the Horse, Rex, and Dr. Porkchop. Builders can take up the role of Woody, as he races to rescue the captive Rex from the Evil Dr. Porkchop. Kids can either choose to follow the movie's narrative, or invent their very own story. An Easy, Engaging Build
With 584 pieces, the Desert Destruction set will provide an intermediate challenge for younger kids. It took our tester (an accomplished LEGO builder) about two and a half hours to fully assemble. In addition to the more traditional blocks and sticks, the set includes various embellishing pieces that help make the train look more realistic.

The set comes with a colorful, step-by-step instruction manual to assist you in building. Or, if you're not interested in building the pre-designed train, you can use the many hinges, blocks, and embellishing pieces to build your own, unique creation.

What's in the Box
584 lego pieces and an instruction booklet.

LEGO Train Chase

Join Woody, Buzz, and the entire gang on a rollicking adventure across the Wild West.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 21.3 x 3.6 x 11.1 inches
Item Weight 2.7 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.3 pounds
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Shipping Advisory This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Item model number 4568146
Manufacturer recommended age 7 - 14 years
Best Sellers Rank #49,708 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#1,843 in Toys & Games > Building & Construction Toys > Building Sets
Customer Reviews
4.3 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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Safety Warning
CHOKING HAZARD. Toy contains small parts and a small ball. Not recommended for children under 3 years.

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By R. Ferguson TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 1, 2010
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**Update December 2011: Lego has delisted this set. There are, as of writing, still supplies of this train available. At some point, prices for the set will start to appreciate quickly.**

This is a five star train for kids in the 5 to 8 year old range. Older kids may be more interested in the City line trains (7938 and 7939) or the Harry Potter Hogwart's Express train (4841). The City trains, incidentally, are the only ones that come as complete sets with track, motors and remote control devices.

Wow, this is a good looking train! I believe that the photos and box art for the set don't do justice to how it looks when it is built, and how much fun it is to play with. This is an Old West 4-4-0 steam engine, box car, passenger car, and caboose. I would describe the design as more cartoon-like than realistic, with the engine having exaggerated proportions and the cars a tad short. The set includes no track or motor. It is designed as a push train. The engine uses four new drivers (and comes with two extra un-flanged drivers) as well as a cattle-catcher (a new part). The train cars themselves are short but attractively designed. As with the other new trains for 2010, this set is largely brick-built (i.e., few specialized plastic moldings). The set includes Woody, Buzz, Jessie, Bullseye, Rex, and Evil Doctor Pork Chops mini-figures. The passenger car and the caboose are designed with lift-off tops to make it easier to place characters inside, and the box car has a trap door in the roof. The caboose and the passenger car also have doors at each end, but these are hard to close unless you lift off the top. And I find that the engine is not as sturdy as I would like (e.g.
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Yes, the box says ages 8 through 14, but honestly... What 14-year-old is going to be thrilled with a Lego train featuring the Toy Story gang? The age-range/difficulty level seems out of sync with the nature of the toy. Older children will probably not be entranced by the idea of playing with Woody and Rex, and younger children will need assistance with assembly of the components.

On to the product itself:

The contents were very nicely packaged, in what turned out to be separate portions of the instructions tied to the numbered bags of parts. The instructions were very clear, with little text, but with very good three dimensional graphics that provided all the information needed to assemble the various train cars without the annoying text found in so many instructions. The only portion of the instructions that wasn't spot-on was the assembly of the Toy Story characters. It turns out that not all the parts for the characters are in the character bag - a few key parts were actually in the bag used in the next set of instructions. Once that was figured out, all was well.

During construction, I began to notice that the fit and finish of the parts was extremely well done. After final construction, I was amazed that I could run my fingernail across the length of one of the railroad cars and it felt like one solid piece! That's got to be some manufacturing feat. Along with the fit and finish, the cars and characters are fully functional. For example, the two doors on the caboose actually opened and closed, the wheels turn very easily but were not wobbly at all, the cars interlocked well. The detail in the painted parts, especially the characters, was very well done.
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While some might disagree, I firmly believe that the creators of Lego developed the perfect toy when they invented those interlocking little plastic blocks so many years ago. From the first minute I played with a set of Lego, I was in heaven. Whatever I might imagine, I could build it, as long as I had enough pieces to snap together to bring my imagination to life. Over time my parents bought more and more pieces for myself and my siblings to play with, and soon we were introduced to "sets" of Lego that were designed to offer the opportunity to build pre-planned designs (LEGO City Fire Station (7208), LEGO City Police Headquarters). Those sets offered the opportunity to follow instructions to build items in a manner similar to the way someone might assemble a model of a car, boat, or other item, and yet the pieces that came in those sets could also be used to build other items from your own imagination.

Over time Lego sets have been introduced that can be used to build items from the Star Wars universe, as well as many other sources (comic book characters, Harry Potter, Indiana Jones, etc.) including the world of Disney/Pixar's Toy Story, which bring us to this wonderful set.

With this set builders get the pieces needed to build the train along with the character figures for Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Jessie, Bullseye, Rex and Hamm as "Evil Doctor Porkchops".
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