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- Help Thomas mine for gold
- Fold-out playset, easy set-up!
- Features a turntable that spins up to the repair platform
- Includes a durable die-cast Thomas Take-n-Play engine
- Convenient carry handle for on the go fun!
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Thomas & Friends: Take-n-Play Rumbling Gold Mine Run
Thomas has an important job helping the Sodor Mining Company. He roars past the rumbling gold mine and races by the exploding mine shaft in this golden adventure! Share the excitement with Thomas as you help him find the hidden gold in this exciting adventure! For children ages 3 years and up.
Take-n-Play is easy to fold and carry so kids can take it anywhere!
Press the water tower to start the action, and bring Thomas' adventures to life.
For over 65 years, Thomas & Friends has inspired children with endless stories of adventure, friendship, and exploration. Take-n-Play Die-cast engines and vehicles join together with easy connect magnets that connect either way. The Take-n-Play Portable Railway is the portable way to collect and play. Each fold-up play set features a convenient carry handle so kids can take it anywhere for on-the-go fun. Take-n-Play engines, vehicles and play sets enable children to relive their favorite Thomas tales and imagine new exploits.
Sound Effects Bring Your Thomas Adventures To Life
Children will have fun activating the adventure in this thrill-packed play set. Simply roll Thomas up to the Gold Mine entrance ramp and then press the water tower to start the action. As the gold starts to rumble, lifting the tab on the back of the mine causes Thomas to move through the collapsing mine while the gold nuggets bounce around inside the cave. Thomas rolls out of the tunnel doors and down the ramp escaping danger. While rolling past the abandoned mine he sets off another explosion of rock, revealing a giant reserve of gold ore as gold nuggets fly out from the top!
Easy To Fold For On-the-Go Play
Take this portable Thomas and Friends playset anywhere with the built-in convenient carry handle. Play set folds for storage and Die-Cast Thomas engine fits right inside. Fold out for easy set-up and let the gold-rumbling, ore-exploding action begin! Easy on-the-go fun!
What's In The Box?
Die-cast Thomas engine, fold-up portable playset and track pieces to connect to other Take-n-Play playsets.
Start the fun with a simple press on the water tower.
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JULY 2015 UPDATE: The only thing I'd caution is that if you want a set your youngster can EASILY and QUICKLY take on the road with you, you might want to consider one of the $30 & under MSRP playsets instead. Fisher-Price includes a new "Collector Checklist" in some (not all) Take-n-Play items each year, but they're only hawking the latest stuff. If you have any interest in knowing which other $35 & over MSRP sets (which I've come to categorize as "elaborate") have released since 2010, when Fisher-Price took over the Thomas diecast line from Learning Curve's "Take-Along" and renamed it "Take-n-Play", here's a list for you (in order of introduction so you know what your options are: Rescue from Misty Island, Rock Quarry Run, Load & Go, Rumbling Gold Mine Run, Thomas at Pirate's Cove, The Dieselworks, The Great Quarry Climb, Thomas at the Ironworks, Thomas' Adventure Castle, Slate Loading Station, Lion Canyon, Roaring Dino Run, Skarloey at the Wharf and Daring Dragon Drop... I wouldn't recommend them for easy transport though... those were the ones Grandma said had to stay put in our basement's family room (when a set comes with instructions, that's pretty much a clue to you that they're not easy for a 3 year old to close up to "take-n-play" with!), but the older sets are super if you plan to keep them set up at home!
10/25/16 update: I'm going back and adding this update to each of my Take-n-Play reviews, since it's important information for any parents/grandparents out there with a young Thomas & Friends enthusiast who holds a special place in their heart, and is considering beginning a collection for them. I just found out the TnP line of diecast trains/vehicles/rolling stock with magnetic connectors is being REPLACED by Fisher-Price in 2017 with a diecast line called "Thomas & Friends Adventures", which will be TnP models modified with PLASTIC HOOK & LOOP COUPLERS. Obviously, your youngster will not be able to connect the 2014-2016 TnP models (with their flat, round 1-way magnetic connectors), nor the 2010-2014 TnP models - or Learning Curve's compatible 2002-2010 Take Along models - with their protruding 2-way magnetic connectors - with the new types of couplers as of next year.
2/17/17 Update: Fisher-Price must've received a slew of complaints from Take-n-Play owners, because they've now developed magnetic clip engine connectors (to clip onto the magnetic trains - but ONLY those with the flat round 1-way magnets... they don't want to invite comparisons between the high quality of the older trains with protruding 2-way magnets! - that have a plastic hook & loop coupler to be able to connect to the new Adventures engines), along with track adapter pieces (Take-n-Play track pieces/sets have only 1 male or female part at the end to connect up to other track/sets, while the new Adventures tracks/sets have both one male & 1 female part on EACH end), available by directly contacting F-P.
The take and play line overall feels plastic but is shockingly durable, the different parts can configure together and there is less set up and clean up than with the traditional wood track or with the track master track. The gold mine set does fold up but it is not quite as portable as Tidmouth sheds or Thomas At The farm. It is still rather large and cumbersome but it does all clip together, nonetheless. I think forty is a bit steep but if you can get it cheaper it's definitely a good toy.
My only complaint with this toy is that the engine and two rock formations are too small for my younger 10 month old grandson who is putting everything in his month. When he is around play needs to be carefully supervised.