We started our wooden train set when Abbey was a baby over 24 years ago.
As our family have grown, the wooden train set has grown with them and we have quite a collection of track and accessories now as all are built to last.
The great thing about most wooden train sets is that they all fit and can be used together and can last a lifetime.
Brio is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of wooden toys that is both educational and fun to play with. The toys are characterised by their timeless design, high quality and craftmanship and we have been sent the Bus and Train Station and Central Station to review.
Last year we took the train to London and then took the open top Big Bus tour to see the sights. Now Sebby can recreate our adventure and set up the building where we can change from the bus to the train and back again.
The set comes with a bright yellow bus and a cub scout with his case and the roof of the bus even lifts up so that you can put your passenger and his luggage inside.
The central train station features double tracks and a wide range of sounds from the ticket machine (batteries are included) and makes the perfect centrepiece for your rail network.
Central Train Station also comes with a passenger so you can start their adventures straight away and only you know where they will end up.
Sebby loved setting up his Brio stations and I cannot wait to see what he does with them when he makes one of his takeover tracks.
The Bus and Train Station (RRP: £24.99) and the Central Train Station (RRP: £33.99) are available from all good toy shops.
Disclaimer: We were sent the Bus and Train Station and the Central Train Station to review. All thoughts and opinions are our own.