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Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends Risky Rails Bridge Drop

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Product Description

This is the tallest TrackMaster set ever made, bringing Train-play to new heights with a two-foot mountain. The playset comes with a complete loop of winding mountainous track, two working cranes, and the main feature is a breathtaking drop-bridge that drops the engine down onto the tracks just before he steams over the edge. The child can use the cranes to load and unload rocks at the quarry, and then use the switch track to send the engine around the mountain track or up to the drop-bridge.

Features

  • Loop of winding mountainous track
  • Two working cranes
  • Breathtaking drop-bridge

Additional Info

806723

DF14FC4A

746775048730

W3542

6.3 pounds

24.0 x 15.2 x 6.0

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Average Customer Rating:

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Fisher-Price 1001124Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends Risky Rails Bridge Drop
 
2.6

(based on 32 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (7)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (15)

41%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Fun (6)
  • Stands on its own (3)

Cons

  • Not durable (6)
  • Falls over easily (5)
  • Poor quality (5)

Best Uses

  • Young children (4)
  • Gift (3)
  • Home (3)
  • Imaginative play (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Parent of two or more children (6), Stay at home parent (6), Parent (3), Working parent (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • Yes (13)

Most Helpful Positive Review

 

XMas gift for 3yr old...loved it!

I'm reading the comments about the bridge not aligning properly and that was my initial thought as well...after examining all the inlockings, I realized Piece P was missing from one of the...Read complete review

I'm reading the comments about the bridge not aligning properly and that was my initial thought as well...after examining all the inlockings, I realized Piece P was missing from one of the ramps. After attaching it, the bridge drops perfectly. Of course my 2yr son doesn't grasp the idea of not walking on the tracks but both have a lot of fun...it did take me a minute to assemble it. I wish Tower 1 was sturdier

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Most Helpful Critical Review

 

Not so much...

This appears to be a pretty awesome activity set, but it simply did not work for our family. After reading some of the reviews for this, I felt much better about my inability...Read complete review

This appears to be a pretty awesome activity set, but it simply did not work for our family. After reading some of the reviews for this, I felt much better about my inability to get/keep this thing up and running! I would strongly caution anyone thinking of purchasing this to: 1. Consider the age of whom it is intended. My 4 & 5.5 year olds tolerate the shortcomings for a while, the 2 year old has the same reaction as myself when approaching it...to just step on it and be done. (Neither of us have followed-through, thus far...) 2. Be prepared to spend a lot of time rebuilding if you have a future engineer on your hands. The two oldest love to tear-down and rebuild, which is brilliant, except you can only build-out at the bottom loop where it is level and if the tracks and such aren't snapped just-so into place, trains derail, chaos ensues. 3. SAVE THE INSTRUCTION SHEET! I consider myself to be well educated, thus, I'm comfortable in stating that nothing about the assembly of this track is innate. 4. I've considered mounting and gluing this set, which would leave the kids to build around. There are problems with some motorized engines diving off the track at the split if it's not absolutely perfectly aligned, and often when that is fixed, the Bridge Drop (slide) gets caught and doesn't go down all the way. 5. The R/C 3 speed engines don't do well on this track at all, presumably due to the extra weight from the batteries? Overall, I have had this working great on a limited basis, and when it does work, it's pretty cool...but there is seemingly just way too much reliance on stars/planets aligning, wind direction/speed, atmospheric pressures, etc. to make this a truly viable toy in my opinion. *The last bit was merely for humor, but I have honestly crawled throughout the house with a level to the floor trying to "troubleshoot..."

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5.0

Our whole family loves it!

By Mick

from St. Louis; Mo

Comments about Fisher-Price 1001124 Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends Risky Rails Bridge Drop:

Don't know what all the fuss is about. I bought this set for my two-year old at a second-hand store so naturally the instruction sheet was non-existent. We just Googled a picture of the track layout and put it together in 10 minutes. If you make sure to properly lock the pieces together, you don't have any issues with the track falling apart. While he needed help with the mountain pieces, my son was able to set up the flat track completely on his own. We play with this set everyday. It just lives in the corner of our living room. It was a great find! My son absolutely loves it! The fact that the train is motorized is just icing on the cake.

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5.0

Great Set!

By r0adra93

from nj

Comments about Fisher-Price 1001124 Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends Risky Rails Bridge Drop:

This is the first trackmaster set I bought for my daughter. It was easy to build. I had no problems with this set. Yes, there is an issue if the track gets bumped the alignment gets a little off, the thing is this is a TRAIN SET. When she get's older the HO Scale and N Gauge sets will be even more flimsy. It's built to handle toddlers and it's a solid set when you put this into perspective to it's size and the target audience and the fact that as the child grows up and if they continue with model railroading they will end up needing even MORE patience with trains that derail because a track is not SOLDERED into place. With that in mind this is a GREAT set for toddlers to get a taste of model railroading.

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1.0

not a good buy

By angie31

from jackson mi

Comments about Fisher-Price 1001124 Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends Risky Rails Bridge Drop:

I bought this and Thomas dose not work and missing pieces son disappointed cant play with it

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5.0

My son is going to love this

By Mom of 3

from nj

About Me Education Oriented, Parent of Two or More Children, Working Parent

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Pros

  • Detailed
  • Fun
  • Realistic
  • Stands on its Own

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Gift
    • Imaginative Play
    • Young Children

    Comments about Fisher-Price 1001124 Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends Risky Rails Bridge Drop:

    Great price my so loves Thomas!

    • Was this a gift?:
    • Yes

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    5.0

    Fun,my son likes it.

    By Vproo

    from Chula Vista,CA

    Comments about Fisher-Price 1001124 Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends Risky Rails Bridge Drop:

    Now it took me like 25 min to build this track, and while playing tracks get loose but other than that good trackmaster set. We have a lot of trackmaster sets and we combine the sets together so the fun last longer . I think this set would be awesome if it have had sounds.

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    5.0

    Thomas the train a great gift

    By Mailbag Frank

    from O'Fallon MO

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about Fisher-Price 1001124 Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends Risky Rails Bridge Drop:

    Thomas the Train was a b'day present for a two year old boy. It was his favorite gift. It made his day.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • Yes

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    1.0

    Its awful, why did they bother?

    By Oceanbreeze

    from Near philly, pa

    About Me Stay at Home Parent

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

      Cons

      • Breaks Easily
      • Falls Over Easily
      • Poor Quality

      Best Uses

        Comments about Fisher-Price 1001124 Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends Risky Rails Bridge Drop:

        This toy has a million pieces, none of them fit together properly and the directions are so bad its hard to tell which pieces they are describing. Plus, the product is so gosh darn cheaply made that in the half hour my husband and I were trying to put this toy together, it fell apart more times than I could count. We finally gave up and it is sitting in the box awaiting return. Save yourself arguements and grief, just dont buy this, it is not worth what the asking price and you would have to glue it together for it to actually remain intact for playtime.

        • Was this a gift?:
        • Yes

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        4.0

        I would recamend this for a friend

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        By annabellpa

        from Corry, Pa

        About Me Collector, Stay at Home Parent

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Fun
        • Stands on its Own

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • All Ages
          • Collecting
          • Gift
          • Imaginative Play
          • Special Needs
          • Young Children

          Comments about Fisher-Price 1001124 Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends Risky Rails Bridge Drop:

          This products works very well. My son plays with it all the time. The batteries last a long time which is cost effective. Sometimes the train falls off the track when it comes down the bridge, but we just pick it up and try it again. The assemble was a bit difficult to figure out at first, but we finely got it.

          • Was this a gift?:
          • Yes

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          5.0

          Good Stuff

          By PsDad

          from Undisclosed

          Comments about Fisher-Price 1001124 Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends Risky Rails Bridge Drop:

          I don't know what the fuss is. It took about 20 minutes to build (by myself). My 3 yo loves it! Made sure pieces were properly connected and never had a problem with it detaching. Only downside was finding a spot for it because it IS big. Looking forward to getting more sets.

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          1.0

          WASTE OF MONEY

          By DisgruntledDad

          from Rhode Island

          Comments about Fisher-Price 1001124 Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends Risky Rails Bridge Drop:

          If there was ever a toy deserving of a "zero" rating, this is it. This toy came missing piece, with the worst written instructions I have _EVER_ encountered. After multiple attempts to use them, I ended up playing the 'solve the puzzle using the picture and pieces' game. I'd throw it away if my wife would let me. Worst gift my son has recieved. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone.

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