Chuggington – Wilson Takes Food to the Tunnel Workers Episode – Big Interactive Railway Playset

Hi chuggers, Wilson Takes Food to the Tunnel Workers and is so tired after a hard days work that he went to rest in Koko’s shed and put the hopper car in his shed! Oh dear! 🙂 Watch Wilson on his journey as he helps make sure the tunnel workers are not left hungry by kindly transporting containers of food supplies. Good job Wilson! 🙂 This Chuggington episode features the awesome Chuggington Interactive Railway playset from Learning Curve. Chugginton toys are a lot of fun, especially the big rail track playsets! The childrens series is set in the fictional town of Chuggington, and follows the adventures of 6 young novice railway anthropomorphic locomotives, (or “Trainees”,) named Wilson, Brewster, Koko, Hoot, Toot and Piper. Throughout each episode the Trainees learn the value of loyal friendship, telling the truth, listening carefully, persisting under adversity, completing tasks, resolving conflict without violence, and many similar important life values. In the show, the locomotives, called “Chuggers”, are all intelligent, empathetic, independent and self-directed, with mobile facial features. None of the Chuggers are ever seen to have a crew, although there are several human characters that the Chuggers interact with regularly. This despite the fact that many of the chuggers have crew doors which the chuggers can open and close on their own. Each chugger tends to talk in ways that emphasize their distinct personalities. The town of Chuggington has a central area of
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Interactive Display

Interactive Display

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National Toy Train Museum
Strasburg, Pennsylvania

This museum is just a couple miles from its larger and better-known sibling,
the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. Being rather tired from our earlier hike, I lacked the energy for the big museum. This little one provided just the right amount of diversion, without depleting the last of my reserves.

They display one of the world’s most extensive toy train collections. They have layouts of several gauges, and many other train-related playthings from many eras.

All the layouts have elements that visitors can operate (this one flashed the truck’s headlights). My inner child found these things quite amusing.