Thomas the Train: Take-n-Play Bridge Fold-Out Track
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- Expand your world of Thomas and Friends Take-n-Play Railway
- Includes 6 pieces of hinged track that also fold for portability
- Also includes a railroad crossing gate that attaches to set
- Your track to action and adventure
- Fun for all kids
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Top Customer Reviews
However the two red legs that hold the bridge seems a tad too narrow and will not survive any tough use, specially someone mistakenly stepping on it! The biggest gripe i had state was again based on the issue the youngster faced. He loves making tracks that go under a bridge, and these red legs sadly have been designed to make the track portable (nicely folds so that its the same size as the bridge track), but the designer has forgotten that when setup is not high enough to let an engine go on a track below this bridge!
I seriously wonder if the designers of the new generation of Toys for the Thomas line are actually tested from a child's usage view, as this is the second new (to the Thomas toys sold) toy that i got that has simple design problems that the young chap himself indicated when he was playing.
They've designed the red legs a little too short. You can't make another track go under it cause the trains hit the bridge.
This is a pretty fundamental error. What's the point of a bridge if you can't make other tracks go under it? All of the Fisher Price Take n Play tracks sets seem to suffer from this. It's almost as if they haven't actually tested them? Or the designers don't actually play with or understand train track sets?
We want better Thomas toys!!!!
Love the ends where you can flip the switch for them to go different directions.
It's surprisingly sturdy - make sure the red pieces CLICK into place and you're fine! My rowdy nieces were playing very roughly with it and never had a problem.
I do wish it was about 1/4" taller - You can't put a track under the bridge, which is a little disappointing.
SOLUTION to height problem! Get some 1/8"-1/4" self adhesive felt or grippy pads (like ones used for under furniture to protect floors or keep from skidding). Cut them to the size of the supports. The ones I have are just a hair over 1/8" thick. Stick them on the bottom. VOILA! You can now put a track underneath and the trains will fit! This does not impede the function of the "hill", I've actually found they derail less with the added height. Easy-peasy!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really cute bridge to go along with plates, yet my boys insist on making their own bridges, i guess this just doesn't go up high enough for them.Published 1 month ago by Kim
My grandson loves this. It gives him many more options for track layout.Published 5 months ago by Phillip Rogers
Both my children love their fold out bridge. This is a great addition to existing sets, but is not worth the $75 asking price on here.Published 20 months ago by Amazon user
Bought this for my grandson so he could add to his existing track. It was such a great price and came so quick. Of course he loves it as he tells me he is a train person. Read morePublished on December 12, 2013 by Lolo
it's just too low, too short, just a section of plastic. very disappointing and it's tooo expensive for this little plastics! it didn't add any fun!Published on August 5, 2013 by Suzymusic
It was present for my grant soon and the news from him are very good .I don’t have a personal opinionPublished on July 17, 2013 by Alexandros
My 4.5 year old SON loves this expansion piece. It folds up super small, it fits into a baby wipe container, to store away for later.Published on June 19, 2013 by Christina L. Byers