Train Week

Last week was train week. It started with a slightly obsessional need to read lots of ‘Thomas the tank engine’ books, and led to the pulling out of, and playing with, the wooden train set…

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…popular with both younger boys!

Thomas came with us to the park, where we made lots of tracks…

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…plus also tracks in paint at home…

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We set up a train inside, where the ‘nabbis’ (rabbits) were the passengers….

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…and we had some great 1:1 correspondence with face stickers and train carriages…

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Of course, train week couldn’t be train week without a visit to the ‘spårvägsmuseet’ in Stockholm…

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…where you can’t only play with trains and ride trains, but ‘drive’ them…

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…become a ticket collector…

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….and check out some very very old trains…..

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🙂

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