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Old November 15th 05, 12:38 AM
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Greetings,
I have been off and on, been looking for what I recall to be a kit for
a router, bit and probably fence, to cut train tracks for the Thomas the
Tank-style trains. As of yet, I haven't been able to find them.
Additionally, I don't know that they are even an option anymore, given
what I've seen to be the connector between track segments.

If anyone has any tips, links, info, I would be extremely appreciative.

Thanks,
jason

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Old November 15th 05, 01:36 AM
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Hope this helps. I've ordered from them and been satisfied but I have
NOT ordered this item.

http://pricecutter.com/product.asp?pn=P19-3202

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Old November 15th 05, 01:49 AM
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I have been off and on, been looking for what I recall to be a kit for
a router, bit and probably fence, to cut train tracks for the Thomas the
Tank-style trains. As of yet, I haven't been able to find them.
Additionally, I don't know that they are even an option anymore, given
what I've seen to be the connector between track segments.

This is what you are looking for:
http://eagleamerica.com/product.asp?...cd2=1132019198

Lee

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Old November 15th 05, 03:07 AM
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Yet another:

http://www.mlcswoodworking.com/shops...s/bt_bull.html


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Old November 15th 05, 03:49 AM
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One more thing, You might appreciate the train table I built for my 3-year
old to hold his Thomas the Train set:

http://home.triad.rr.com/brianmelissa/Traintable.htm




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Old November 15th 05, 06:15 PM
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Thanks all for you replies. And stoutman, the table is lovely. I've
been chewing on trying my hand at one later. Good pics for planning.

Jason

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Old November 15th 05, 10:40 PM
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In article , Jason Brooks
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I have been off and on, been looking for what I recall to be a kit for
a router, bit and probably fence, to cut train tracks for the Thomas the
Tank-style trains. As of yet, I haven't been able to find them.
Additionally, I don't know that they are even an option anymore, given
what I've seen to be the connector between track segments.

If anyone has any tips, links, info, I would be extremely appreciative.


http://www.bscandm.com/trains/

The site has links to router bits, parts, etc.

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Old November 15th 05, 11:00 PM
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"Jason Brooks" wrote in message
oups.com...
Thanks all for you replies. And stoutman, the table is lovely.


Thank you!

I am considering buying the train track router bits also. Shouldn't be to
hard to make your own track.





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