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Hape Sights and Sounds Railway Set

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474894
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The bright and engaging design of this track is perfectly suited to a toddler’s attention span! Providing sensory exploration opportunities through sound, colour and movement. Compatible with all major wooden railway systems. Made of wood . Includes: 2 x Red Curves, 2 x Yellow Curves, 2 x Blue Curves, 2 x Green Curves, 2 x Trees, 1 x Optical Train (3 pieces), 1 x Flute Bird Car, 1 x Bead Maze Track, 1 x Tambourine track, 1 x Xylophone Track, 1 x Yellow Entrances and Exits and 1 x Red Entrances and Exits.
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Hape Sights and Sounds Railway Set

Code
474894
The bright and engaging design of this track is perfectly suited to a toddler’s attention span! Providing sensory exploration opportunities through sound, colour and movement. Compatible with all major wooden railway systems. Made of wood . Includes: 2 x Red Curves, 2 x Yellow Curves, 2 x Blue Curves, 2 x Green Curves, 2 x Trees, 1 x Optical Train (3 pieces), 1 x Flute Bird Car, 1 x Bead Maze Track, 1 x Tambourine track, 1 x Xylophone Track, 1 x Yellow Entrances and Exits and 1 x Red Entrances and Exits.
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Manufacturer HAPE
Colour Natural
Minimum Recommended Age 18mths+
Material Made of Wood.
Unit of Measure 19 Pieces
Packaging Type CB
Includes Includes: 2 x Red Curves, 2 x Yellow Curves, 2 x Blue Curves, 2 x Green Curves, 2 x Trees, 1 x Optical Train (3 pieces), 1 x Flute Bird Car, 1 x Bead Maze Track, 1 x Tambourine track, 1 x Xylophone Track, 1 x Yellow Entrances and Exits and 1 x Red Entranc
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