Looking for BRIO Road and Railway wooden train sets and accessories including battery operated trains? With next day delivery available on nearly 200 different wagons, engines, buildings, bridges, railway and road track sets not to mention aeroplanes and farm themed sets we have something for everyone. Prices start at £7.20 for a typical carriage, cranes from £18.00 and the largest deluxe train and town set is £266 with 103 pieces offering very good value for money. Please note we price match against John Lewis every two weeks.
If you are looking for a train set with a difference then the Cargo Railway Deluxe Set in Tub has everything you need. With 50 pieces in the tub this set is great value and tidies away neatly. Transport the cargo on the battery powered freight train where the working headlight is showing the way! A must-have for any train lover! Let the imagination set the destination.
Who do you want to be? The train driver, the circus manager, the road worker or someone else? Bring them all into your BRIO world. You can collect them all, and perhaps change figures with your friends. Every play figure brings a wooden accessory into the play.
There are 6 characters in this series.
Red, Circus Ring Master.
Purple, School Crossing Attendant.
Blue, Train/Tram Driver.
Orange, Road Worker.
The price is for the whole set of 6 figures.
Size: 10 x 3 x 15 cm Recommended age: 3 Years
The Brio Village School Set contains everything you need to play at school - even a playground! Combine with other Brio village sets to expand your school or change its design. Available for next working day delivery from woodentoystore.co.uk now!
Are you going on holiday? Maybe a visit to grandma and grandpa? This is where you change from the bus to the train and back again. Things can be busy at the station so make sure you have your luggage with you!
Not all wooden train sets are created equal. So what's the difference between Brio and some of the other brands out there?
BRIO have been making wooden train sets since 1958 so they know how to build train fun that can be handed down from generation to generation. It's why they only use beech from sustainable sources which is hard and tough enough to withstand any train crashes or accidental bashes. Beech's close straight grain also makes it far superior for making train tracks which always get the most wear and tear. And the paint that they use doesn't peel and ages gracefully. Every design choice is made with care. They use plastic only where it makes sense and not because it's cheaper e.g. for parts that are going to get extra knocks.
All BRIO toys are tested up to 25% more than the law requires. They insist on using chew-friendly paint made with non-toxic bright colours that are free from all nasties. Beech’s natural antiseptic qualities make it doubly safe for inquisitive hands and mouths.