Track Layout for Thomas the train

Discussion in 'FAQs' started by cnmsales, Jul 8, 2005.

  1. cnmsales

    cnmsales New Member

    Im looking for a track layout for a thomas the train set my son got for Christmas. I dont know what the name of the set is but none of the layouts at any sites I have been to are it. Things included in the set are The station with an oil bucket on it Conducters stop and go platform and a train washin g station. It also has a bridge and a tunnel. I am unable to fine the layout at all. Im not totally sure but think it may have been a special addition set. If anyone can help I would appretiate it so very much.
  2. 60103

    60103 Pooh Bah

    What type of Thomas is this, an electric one or the push-along type with wooden track? There should be a picture on the box of a suggested layout, but the idea of these sets is creativity.
  3. cnmsales

    cnmsales New Member

    Hello and thanks for the reply. It is a wooden oush along set and the box is the problem. Some how it was tossed out and the paper work showing the track layout was as well.
  4. sumpter250

    sumpter250 multiscale modelbuilder

    Sounds like the 60th anniversary set. If there are gold colored pieces of track with it, it is.
  5. cnmsales

    cnmsales New Member

    Thanks for the reply, no it does not have any gold pieces with it. Although it was some sort of special packdeal just not sure what.
  6. 60103

    60103 Pooh Bah

    It may well be an add-on set. Does it have any curved tracks with it? He'll need 8 or so to make a circle. I think I saw one last week, but a long way away. I'll see if there's one in out town. Spare track should be available, but department stores often don't stock spares and often no trains in summer.
  7. cnmsales

    cnmsales New Member

    Thanks alot that would be greatly appretiated, yes it came with curved pieces and like I said also came with about 3 center pieces all in one box.
  8. J&A_RR

    J&A_RR Member

    don't worry about a track plan. If you are serious about getting a child playing with thomas or any wooden train set, get a train table!! Ours is going on 2 1/2 years and child number two is getting involved. He is the one standing on the stool. once you have the train table you can add stuff down the line. they love changing the layout for different adventures.
    but I will look through the catalogues we have to see if I see that set you are talking about.

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