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Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends Steam ‘n Speed R/C Thomas

  • Get ready for lots of fun with Steam N’ Speed R/C Thomas
  • Thomas puffs real blue steam
  • Steam is safe to the touch
  • Hear whistles, chugging sounds, and fun phrases
  • Easy to use remote control
  • Kindly refer the user manual attached below for troubleshooting steps and instructions.

Product Description
Full steam ahead! Kids control the action as Thomas puffs on his way with real steam – but it’s cool to the touch! Send Thomas forward or backward with a spin; hear whistles, fun phrases and more. Thomas does three special moves and comes with an easy-to-use remote control. Thomas engine requires 4 “AA” alkaline batteries (not included). Remote requires 3 “AAA” alkaline batteries (not included).Amazon.com
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Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends Steam ‘n Speed R/C Thomas

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A GWR Castle at speed – 5043 Earl of Mount Edgcumbe racing alongside the M5


GWR Castle Class No. 5043 Earl of Mount Edgcumbe races alongside the M5 motorway in Devon with the returning Cornishman railtour from Bristol to Plymouth. 28th April 2012 www.facebook.com Available on Mainline Diary 2012: Part 1, available from July 2012

25 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - September 18, 2012 at 10:38 pm

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Steam Trains At High Speed – Techno Music: Some Of World’s Fastest Steam Engines On The Mainline


www.littlefish.com.au Even non rail fans will enjoy the great power of fast steam locomotives on the mainline railroad…. also for kids who love railway videos like Thomas The Tank Engine! If you like railroad videos with songs, a super fast steam engine on a high speed train – a highballing train – even if not now the worlds fastest train, or you are a railway preservation society enthusiast who loves one of those great railway journeys on heritage railways, old steam trains or something like that most powerful steam locomotive 614 – of US railroad C&O – or you just love mainline steam or railroad videos … great music – great listening … I really hope you enjoy a great video mix… Youtube mix! A list of all the clips quoted from and the channel of the people that posted the clips is given below. Please visit them and give them more hits. Firstly Great music – great listening …. so go to… Josh Ferris & Ben Arantz – The Rhythm watch?v=5UOVqjCFP9U Uploaded by ERPC117 0.00–0.03 Front&EndScreen: based on a still from this video – watch?v=nGkvhwNWys0 Linesider1 0.03–0.27 Clip01 – watch?v=4-8DEgwiIDU 031010 0.27–0.38 Clip02 – watch?v=NcVUMqg9KH8 g4vvz 0.38–0.52 Clip03 – NA STcerney 0.52–1.09 Clip04 – watch?v=KKCH6PlrPxo pacelweb 1.09–1.20 Clip05 – watch?v=unhCN7CMK9w jules46443 1.20–1.41 Clip06 – watch?v=j8wenDM4jgg grantham8 1.41–2.05 Clip07 – watch?v=AhGoR1cpdrM typebangin 2.05–2.19 Clip08 – watch?v=t2oz5lMHSEU Rawrnz 2.19–2.43 Clip09 – watch?v=lTyLj1lRzlY

25 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - September 6, 2012 at 10:37 pm

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steam train at speed # 95


71000 Duke of Gloucester blasts through Wolverton, just north of Milton Keynes, on her way to Shrewsbury. I remember her heading a London stopping train in 1963, which I rode on from Wolverton to Bletchley. It was probably one of her last British Railways duties. It’s been a great comeback!

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steam train at speed 91


Branch line speed – for 45379 climbing from Alresford to Ropley. It’s a blue sky day, but pretty breezy. As the Black 5 starts away in the distance, the Class 117 DMU rolls sedately down the grade.

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Minecraft – All music discs in 1000% speed!


😀 It’s (not) over 9000!

25 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - July 15, 2012 at 10:38 pm

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34067 ‘Tangmere’ at speed through Chelmsford station. The Cathedrals Express.


This is the ‘Southern Region West Country Class and Battle of Britain Class steam locomotive, 34067 ‘Tangmere’ at full steam heading north through Chelmsford Railway Station (UK) on December 8th 2009 with the Cathedrals Express Carol Concert Special to Ely Cambridgeshire for an afternoon carol concert in the Cathedral there. Designed by Oliver Bulleid, 34067 entered service in September 1947 and was withdrawn in November 1963. Out of a batch of 110 locomotives 20 still exist in preservation but 34067 is the only one certified for mainline metals use. Tangmere was a late replacement for A4 60019 ‘Bittern’ on this railtour as that locomotive has route availability issues on the line between Ipswich and Bury St. Edmunds. This is a first for me.. never seen Tangmere before.

3 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - June 19, 2012 at 10:39 pm

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steam train at speed # 72


The Midlander charges away from Northampton towards Roade, wirh 6201 Princess Elizabeth giving it her all. The inviting bridge in the foreground is inside an engineer’s compound and the high road bridge is pretty noisy but it’s a great view of the original line, to the left and the Northampton loop. The return journey is seen at Wolverton which can look like one of those model railways where there’s always something whizzing past. After 3 for the price of 1 it’s a short wait for the Midlander, hammering through on the down ‘slow’, with the tailend 47 adding to the spectacle…and there’s still time for a brief last word from a Pendolino.

3 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - June 3, 2012 at 10:41 pm

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