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Thomas & Friends - Trackstars - Bahama Blue

Thomas & Friends - Trackstars - Bahama Blue
US$ 8.50 / yard
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Root for the home team when Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends take to the rails. Toddlers and pre-schoolers have coveted Thomas the Tank Engine, a popular fictional steam locomotive, since his advent in 1946. Based on a series of books written by Rev. W. Awdry, this collection is sure to bring loads of joy to children who love the books and television series. Larger logos are about 6", from the 'Thomas The Tank Engine & Friends' collection TM & © Gullane (Thomas) Limited. A HIT Entertainment Company Licensed by VIP by Cranston. License is required for any use beyond individual consumption.

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