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#31 of 36 Old 06-14-2009, 08:11 PM
 
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I just got a train table for $20 on craigslist- solid wood, its very nice! He is ecstatic. Im curious about the secondhand trains as well.
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i remember sending back several trains that were part of the recall. i'm pretty positive that the only one affected were those with red paint.

i was bummed that i sent back three and i only got one engine back in return--"as a gift", supposedly!

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If you're really into brand names, here's a good deal.

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I live in Orange County California and I am getting rid of some extra wooden Thomas Trains, tracks and destinations. Discounted prices (great used condition), if interested, please call 951-314-4412.

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Krystal, if you have any more thomas stuff, i would love some prices.let me know.

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We bought non-Thomas only but based on my experience with my sister's Thomas stuff, the new stuff in stores is a sad, sad joke compared to the older stuff. Lots of plastic and electronic lights and very little wood. At least the old stuff was durable and mostly wood. You can buy the older line at CL, garage sales, or ebay but I wouldn't recommend it. Thomas has had MASSIVE RECALLS for lead and other contaminates and you should assume anything old is contaminated.

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