BRIO Metro Railway Set

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Don’t miss your train as it pulls into the Brio Metro Station. It’s a classic wooden train set with a technology twist. The train engine has battery powered lights and sounds, the faster it’s pushed the more light and train sounds it will make. Drive your train around the track, through the bright red tunnel and into the highly detailed Metro station. The two Brio passengers check the Metro map board, buy their tickets at the ticket kiosk and board their train through the sliding doors on the train cars. Meticulously designed and painted with 6 coats of non-toxic, high gloss lacquer for a chip resistant, vibrant finish. This 20 piece set has a light and sounds train engine, two passenger cars with sliding doors, detailed Metro Station, tunnel, ticket kiosk and Metro map, 8 track sections, special switch track, two Brio characters and a suitcase. Batteries included (2 x LR44). Ages 3+.

Pricing and Purchase Info

$84.95

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Dimensions:13.5" H × 4.8" W × 15.4" LShipping weight:4.2 lbs.Requires:Button Cell 2 Batteries - IncludedUPC:7312350335132

Appropriate for ages: 3 - 6

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic train set! We bought the Brio Metro Railway train set from Indigo (with a 15offweekends code to get 15% off) for my two year old son, and he loves it.  He plays with it all the time, opening and closing the doors to the metro stop and putting the little people in the train.  He really loves the tunnel.  This set is compatible with our larger Melissa and Doug wooden train set, so he seamlessly builds this set into his regular train play.  I was initially worried when I saw the plastic roof of the train that opens and closes so that you can put toy people in the train, thinking it would break quickly - but it is made to pop off and pop back on.  It's truly a great quality set, and really well designed.  It stimulates his creativity, and allows him to play by using his imagination.
Date published: 2014-04-08