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Wooden Thomas & Friends: Elizabeth the Vintage Lorry


Price: £14.95 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • Thomas & Friends Wooden Railway is a comprehensive, open-ended play system
  • Helps develop physical, social and cognitive skills, as well as foster a sense of accomplishment
  • A representation of the World of Thomas" embracing all facets of wooden train play
  • All the playsets, rolling stock, builidings, bridges, play tables and track...Everything is branded Thomas
  • Every vehicle has its character name printed on the chassis
  • Each vehicle comes with it's own unique collector car
  • Made from North American hard maple
  • Manufacturers recommended age 2 years + (vehicles) and 3 years + (playsets and accessories)
  • By Learning Curve
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Wooden Thomas & Friends: Elizabeth the Vintage Lorry + Thomas Wooden Railway System Lc98139 Patrick
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Technical Details
Item Weight59 g
Product Dimensions8.9 x 4 x 11.7 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:24 months and up
Item model number124302
Number of Puzzle Pieces1
  
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ASINB0000859T7
Best Sellers Rank 156,196 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight82 g
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Date First Available1 Jan 2002
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

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  • Elizabeth the Vintage Quarry Truck
  • Product Description

    Thomas and Friends Wooden Railway – Elizabeth


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    By Mark on 3 Sep 2012
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    I have bought many items for my daughters' wooden railway (engines, rolling stock, and vehicles) and they are all fine. Elizabeth is the exception because the tipper comes off very easily. Because of this it has has been accidentally stood on and is now cracked. A shame because it's a nice looking model.
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    By Steph Britton on 26 Oct 2009
    Another very durable toy from the Wooden Thomas and Friends colection. It will undoubtedly be played with a lot by my two young boys and I have found all of the toys from this range have been very durable.
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    By P. Hutt on 28 July 2011
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    good item; good delivery
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    Amazon.com: 8 reviews
    14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    I was surprised 23 Nov 2003
    By K. Casey - Published on Amazon.com
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    I was excited to get this for my son because he loves "lizbith truck". I gave it to him and i swear within seconds he showed me the reason to take it away...the bed of the truck comes off very easily. i took it away because he's two and a half and loses everything, the last thing i need him to lose is half of elizabeth. So now i am saving her till he gets a bit older and will play nicer with her and not lose her bed. Other than it coming apart to easily, it's great. He loves how you push the button and it raises the bed. So, unless you child is not as rough with or is not so inclined to take things apart (like mine), then i highly recommend this. If not, wait till they are a bit older.
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    Falls apart easily! 13 May 2005
    By A Thomas Enthusiast - Published on Amazon.com
    We love everything about Thomas. This one however is a disappointment. My son is three years old, and takes very good care of his toys, and is very gentle. So I was surprised that he handed it to me to be fixed the very first minute he got it. He loves to play with it because the back pops open, but it drives me crazy to fix it all the time. If it falls apart, it would have been okay if it is made for little ones to fix it themselves but it is not. If I had know this, I would still buy it, but only because we are avid collectors, but it is not to be played with.
    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    brakes off all the time! 20 Aug 2004
    By luvmykidz - Published on Amazon.com
    this was our first female to join our Thomas family @ home. what a disappointment. I love Thomas because my 3 1/2 yr old is kept very busy. however, I find myself always having to put her Elizabeth back together. These trains are pricey and should not fall apart. He get's discouraged and ends up not playing with her. so much for girl power!
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    Breaks Very Easily 20 Nov 2005
    By N. Furlong - Published on Amazon.com
    My 4 year old has tons of Thomas trains but this is the first one I think is real garbage. He got it yesterday for his birthday and the lorry bed came off in his hand within a few seconds. It has these stupid little pegs to keep in on that don't hold with anything but require more fine motor skills to reattach than a 4 year old has. Shame on the manufacturer for making such a poorly designed piece of junk and selling it for so much money.
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    Elizabeth falls apart 25 Jun 2006
    By Mom of 2 - Published on Amazon.com
    I didn't know the back truck part of Elizabeth would come off so easy. It is too hard for my 3 year old to put her truck piece back on and now the part is missing. Would have been better if it just lifted and lowered instead of coming detached.
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