3 thoughts on “Train track: Origins

    1. Yes! My dad built the kids a train table (I thought I had a post on it, but if I do, I can’t find it) with three interchangeable tops – lego, whiteboard, and non-slip (for legos, coloring, and train tracks, respectively). There are drawers on either side for legos/markers/tracks. Here’s a better view: http://zandyring.com/2014/10/18/legos/
      And a view with the train top (and track built on table): http://zandyring.com/2014/12/29/training/

      Henry has found he prefers the tracks on the ground because he likes a sprawling railroad he can climb about.

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