LEGO DUPLO Thomas & Friends - James at Knapford Station
LEGO DUPLO Thomas & Friends - James at Knapford Station
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James the Red Engine has a full load of cargo today to bring to Knapford Station. Switch the rails to help him get to his destination right away. This set includes James, a coal car, signal, two straight tracks, one curved track and one switch track. Switch rails to change direction. Set is compatible with the complete LEGO Duplo system.
|Product Length:||3.1 inches|
|Product Width:||11.3 inches|
|Product Height:||15.1 inches|
|Product Weight:||1.49 pounds|
|Package Length:||15.1 inches|
|Package Width:||11.5 inches|
|Package Height:||2.7 inches|
|Package Weight:||1.45 pounds|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 7 reviews|
Includes James, coal car, and signal
Also includes tracks: 2 straight, 1 curved, 1 switch
Set is compatible with the complete LEGO DUPLO System
|Average Customer Review: ( 7 customer reviews )
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6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Great choice for a 2 year old on up Feb 15, 2006
"Mom of 2 boys"
My 2 year old just got this as a gift from his aunt, and he adores it. Not only does it fit and work with his Duplo blocks, but it is much easier for him to manipulate than his wooden Thomas set. He adores Thomas, and while I wish this set clearly stated that it is an add-on set (now I have to go and get him some more track!), he has had a lot of fun putting the trains together and pushing them under the bridge.
I love the open, creative play - the fact that it doesn't make sounds, flash lights, or require batteries. He loves having a larger choo-choo that is easy for him to play with on his own. We will definately be getting more Thomas Duplo trains in the near future!
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Hours of fun for little lego fans! Dec 20, 2005
By Stephanie C. Doll
My 4 year old son got this for his birthday, and even though he doesn't have the whole Thomas set with all the tracks he's had lots of fun with it. He drives it all over the house without any tracks just like he does with his matchbox cars. He has used some of his other Duplos with it and built train stations, and has even incorporated it into his Duplo castle. The knights have suddenly advanced quickly in the transportation department as they now don't have to rely only on their four legged and winged friends to carry them.
Granted having all the tracks etc. would probably excite him, so he'll get them for Christmas, but even on it's own this is a fantastic toy.
The pieces are very durable and easy for little hands to put together and most importantly of course to take apart. It seems that my son always likes the toys he can take apart and put back together the best. Another big plus for all you mom's out there, they're easy to clean. Unlike regular lego parts these are easy to just run under some water or wipe off because there's actually enough of it to hold on to.
Even my 5 year old daughter who's a girly girl loves to play with this toy. This is a great toy.
4 of 5 found the following review helpful:
What a Fun Toy -- a Review of Lego James Dec 04, 2005
By Pam T
I have to start off by being honest. We don't have Lego James *yet*. He is still waiting to join Lego Percy on the tracks, but I wanted to tell you how much fun Lego Percy is, and that I am sure Lego James will be just as great.
First, the Thomas Lego trains are cute. They are a very good size for small hands, and although they don't come with very much track, it doesn't seem to matter at all.
My son (3.5 yo) spends all of his time playing with his Lego Percy on the floor, combining his new friend with some huge coach constructions that he has made. (Really some of them are huge--LOL)
He does this by virtue of the fact that the duplo size lego wheeled vehicles can be pulled by Lego James and Lego Percy. So not only does he get to play with his favorite Steamies, but he also gets to make things (sheds, even Cranky!) with his duplo legos. [Mega-bloks work too)
Five Stars. Cute educational toys that allow for lots of imaginative play. My one suggestion would be to buy other Legos - particularly some with wheels that can be the bases for coaches- if you don't already own some. This way Lego James will be at his educational best. Your child can build all sorts of friends and equipment.
Note: Our Lego collection was 3099. I couldn't find it on Amazon but I think the Lego Duplo 140-pc. Bulk Tub (5352) ($15) has the wheeled base vehicles that connect to the Thomas and Friends Lego trains.
2 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Good,But Sep 23, 2005
My daughter loves anything dealing with Thomas, we have been collecting the trains and I just brought this James set first, but you do need the Thomas set to really be able to run the trains around correctly otherwise it really doesnt hold any appeal... My daughter told me that we needed more tracks when she first got it. As soon as i went and brought the Thomas set she played with it notstop. I love da fact that is is so easy for her to put together and away without my help... Makes her feel like a big girl.
A great Thomas-buff toy! Dec 16, 2008
By K. Wheeler
My 3 year old son started playing with these Thomas lego trains at school when he was a young 2 year old. I loves loves loves Thomas (what little boy doesn't?) and it was nice to have something that kept him "busy" building tracker, building the trains, and mixing/matching different parts. It is essentially two toys in one: lego and train tracks/thomas. We also have the Thomas starter set and added this one (James)to it.
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