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Learning Curve Wooden Thomas & Friends Dart Engine

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PRODUCT: Learning Curve Wooden Thomas & Friends Dart EngineLearning Curve Wooden Thomas & Friends Dart Engine(www.learningcurve.com)

DESCRIPTION: One of the engines from the Wooden Thomas Railway range, as seen on the 'Day of the Diesels' Thomas & Friends DVD. Features rolling wheels and magnetic links for joining with other trains. Suitable for children aged 2 years upwards.

See also reviews of Belle, Flynn and Den.

GOOD POINTS: Dart is one of the brilliant new wooden engines from the Thomas & Friends Wooden Railway range for young fans to collect.

The engine is suitable for play by preschool children, and any Thomas & Friends enthusiast will recognise Dart as Den's faithful assistant in the Diesel Works in the 'Day of the Diesels' DVD adventure.

Dart is a great sized engine for little hands to manage, and is largely made of wood, making him perfect for standing up to the rigours of child's play. He is burgundy, black and bright yellow in colour, and the attention to detail in the finish is wonderful, from the unique expression on his face down to the attention to detail on his 'paintwork', including his little 'Diesel Works' emblem and the yellow and black hazard stripes on the front.

Dart's rolling wheels mean that young children can easily push him along, whether on track or floor, and magnetic links on his front and back allow him to be joined quickly and easily to other engines and carriages from the Thomas Wooden Railway range.

In our opinion, Dart is a great little collectible engine for your child to add to their Thomas & Friends Wooden Railway set. Its durable wood construction offers long-lasting quality, and its fun character design makes its ideal for stimulating lots of imaginative play.

BAD POINTS: Fairly expensive for one engine.

PRICE: £10

 

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