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Growing up I was always a huge $g(Lego) fan, in fact, last year my Dad sent my rather sizable box of Lego’s to pass it on to my children (when they reach an appropriate age).
Ever since I’ve spend hours staying up late at night designing new track layouts for them to play with. It was my daughter who became interested in Thomas the Train well over a year ago and that passion is still there today. I’ll admit I never thought about the fun I myself would have with Thomas the Train but my kids reaction the morning after building them a new track sort of brings back that feeling of anticipating Christmas morning when I was a kid. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Along the lines of memorable toys, last Christmas, my wife and I bought the kids a $g(Thomas the Tank Engine) train set and table. The bulk of the track is from a Thomas $g(lift and load set) and we also have a classic figure eight set and an expansion pack or two.

It’s been fun to watch her imagination develop and listen to her dream up new adventures for her favorite engines as she plays with the table. Let me know if you’d like more detailed pictures as these are pretty small and the larger versions show much more.
That’s exactly why I shared those pictures knowing how much my kids like looking at trains. Most of our track is collected from garage sales, ebay, and a store up the road that has loose track pieces that i purchase a few at a time. I tend to experiment with different designs including multiple separate tracks, continuous loops and multi-level bridges among others. I was never given a train set when I was a kid, despite repeated requests for one, because I am a girl. I’d really like to know where I can get some more risers to elevate the tracks without buying a set with more track (we have quite a lot).

Many times the design includes a large simple outer loop that surrounds a more complicated multi-level interior layout.
One thing you might want to look at is to get an elevated riser section of track and build a small table that could sit atop this table so tracks can be built at different levels. That seems to work well for my two year old who likes to walk circles around the outside track and my four year old who likes the bridges and turns and can more easily reach across the table.

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