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    Agree with PP get Thomas (or compatible) wooden trains. Check out ebay/gumtree for cheap second hand as new is very expensive. We got DS his when he was about 20 months. He loves it.

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    Thomas wooden railway sets are great. Plus they also fit the ikea wooden railway set.

    Hours of fun and they last really well.

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    I got the imaginarium one on sale at toys r us....it is huge but can be packed away in is own table...it was 199 on sale....ds loves it, we havent taken it down since xmas day.

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    Plans toys do great wooden stuff including a train set http://www.ecotoys.com.au/store/view...ys.php?toy=206. If you know anyone going to Thailand on holidays get them to buy it there - they're made there and about 50% the cost of Australia.

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    Thanks hubbers!

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    Catch of the day often has cheap Thomas sets. I recently bought 2 sets plus a roundhouse for $50 each, the sets retail for over $200 each.

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    Thanks for the tip Mopoke!!


 

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