Nanny to Mommy: Train Fun with Whittle Shortline Railroad



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Friday, December 2, 2016

Train Fun with Whittle Shortline Railroad

My son is obsessed with trains. When we are driving in the car and he spots tracks, he says "choo choo" and "look train" over and over again. I love to play with trains too, so I'm very excited he is starting to get into them. But he doesn't really have a nice train set. My in-laws plan on giving him a Thomas set, but I want to expand his collection with a high quality set too.

Train Fun with Whittle Shortline Railroad


The Whittle Shortline Railroad is a family owned, 20 year old, wooden toy train company. They hand craft realistic toy trains that are compatible with Thomas, Brio, and Chuggington. Their toy trains are modeled after real trains you would see in your neighborhood. As a part of their 20th anniversary, they released over 20 new trains for August 2016. In December 2016, they will begin a program of releasing a new train each month and expanding their offering to trains around the world! Visit their website right now to watch video's and learn more. Seriously my son LOVES the video below.

Whittle Shortline Railroad Review

We received the Mixed Norfolk Southern Set. MIXED Burlington Northern 5 Car Set includes a Norfolk Southern Engine, Norfolk Southern Caboose, and 3 freight cars chosen by The Whittle Shortline Railroad. Though certain ones are not guaranteed, you can enter your suggestions for the hopper, boxcar, and tanker in the comments section and they will see what they can do.

My Readers receive 20% Off High Quality MIXED 5 Car Diesel Engine Toy Train Sets. Enter Promo Code: WeLoveWhittle! in comments section at checkout at https://www.woodentrain.com.

For Ongoing Special Offers Save This link to the Whittle Shortline Railroad online coupon.

My son is going to be so excited to receive this set! When we talk about going to see Santa and I ask what he is going to ask him for, all he says is trains.

Do you have a train lover on your hands?

I am a USFamilyGuide.com Blogger and received this product complimentary for review. All opinions are my own. This product is featured in my 2016 Holiday Gift Guide

1 comment:

  1. I used to have a big set of Railroad cars and engines. I started out getting a lot of things at Goodwill and buying the engines in a store in my town that were marked down. I sold the whole Train set at a yard sale for $150!! Tons of people loved my set. I would like to get a new set for my nephew!

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