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    Carseat Crazy emma33021's Avatar
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    Recs for train track

    I'm planning to buy a train track for my 2yr old, but not really sure where to start. The only one I looked at is Brio, and I guess it is ok. I really don't know what to look for. Any recommendation is welcome and appreciated!

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    Re: Recs for train track

    Brio is fine.

    The only track we've had that didn't fit well with all the others was the Ikea wooden track. We've had a few different other brands (Brio, Thomas, Battat, Imaginarium, maybe others) and they all meshed well. I do find that the Battat trains (came with the table) didn't roll so smoothly as all the other trains we have. Ikea's little commuter train has been a hit since day one. It rolls just fine.
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    Re: Recs for train track

    Gage is 6 and still likes his wooden train tracks. He did like Geotrax for a while as well, if you want something motorized.

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    We have some Melissa and Doug wooden tracks and they've worked well. This is what we have. [ame="http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B001613Q7Q?cache=175a7813aeec74772b17649b211ee096# ref=mp_s_a_1_3&qid=1392897796&sr=8-3"]Melissa & Doug Swivel Bridge Train Set:Amazon:Toys & Games[/ame]

    It has plenty to make some pretty big two loop tracks.
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    Carseat Crazy emma33021's Avatar
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    Is Melissa & Doug comparible with others?

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    Carseat Crazy emma33021's Avatar
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    Compatible, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emma33021 View Post
    Compatible, lol. Sent from my iPhone using Car-Seat.Org
    Yep!
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