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Thomas the Train: Take-n-Play Tidmouth Sheds

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  • A turntable sends Thomas down the track
  • Includes a shed for engine resting
  • Convienent carry handle
  • Includes Thomas engine, interior play and storage room for several engines
  • Pack it up to take anywhere

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20.3 x 14.2 x 32.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 Kg
  • Item model number: R9113
  • ASIN: B002YQU0SK
  • Date first available at April 5 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #25,545 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Fisher-Price Thomas and Friends Take-n-Play - Tidmouth Sheds

Fisher-Price Thomas and Friends Take-n-Play - Tidmouth Sheds is train action that kids can carry anywhere. Die-cast train engine Thomas runs on a fold-out track that is already pre-assembled. Kids can take their train out for an adventurous journey during the day then allow the train to rest in the shed at night.

Why You'll Love It: It quickly folds up and can be easily carried with the easy-to-carry handle.

Age: 3 years and up


  • Fold-out train track that's pre-assembled
  • Rotating turntable and die-cast engine Thomas
  • Roundhouse's rare can be folded for storage
  • Portable and can be folded quickly and taken anywhere
  • Thomas engine
  • Shed
  • Storage room for engines
  • Carry handle

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Great product - Quick shipping! (considering it came from U.K.)
Shed has access from both the front and rear, making it easy for children to play with and very sturdy construction.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
Great travel toy May 29 2010
By Laura M. Buzzell - Published on
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This toy is wonderful. It is very easy to open up for play and then a breeze to put away. The track pieces are all permanently hooked together, so you don't have to worry about putting them together and taking them apart each time. The track folds up easily and stores underneath the shed. On the shed, the trains can be accessed on the front through the doors or on the backside. This makes it very easy for a child to play with by themselves and the trains never get stuck. The trains can be stored inside the shed, so there are no loose pieces that have to worry about. A great buy and is worth every penny!
26 of 28 people found the following review helpful
Great Thomas Set! March 11 2010
By Laura Schepis - Published on
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I really like this Take n Play Thomas The Tank Engine set. This Tidmouth Shed is much better than the Take Along Tidmouth Sheds. It has a hatch on the back of the sheds with a lot of room inside the shed. It's a really good idea of having fold-able track on these sets so you won't lose any more track. Here's something you should be aware of, before you fold the track and attach the little hook at the bottom shed to the track, make sure the lever on the turntable is out of the way, or else it would be hard and frustrating for little engineers to detach the hook from the track. This set is well worth it.
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
No lost tracks Aug. 11 2010
By dissapointedme - Published on
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I love this toy because you don't have to have a huge box of tracks laying around the house. The tracks are all connected and fold right up under the toy. The different play sets lock together for more fun!
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great toy for traveling Dec 15 2010
By Nova - Published on
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I got this for a 6 hour flight for my 2.5 year old. It is just big enough to fit on two tray tables, and I was fine with giving up mine if it meant my son was entertained. It worked wonderfully and entertained him for 4 of the 6 hours of the trip! I call that success. I have seen this many many other places, and Amazon by far has the best price. Don't get it in the store!
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
By Grandma Zizzy - Published on
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Tidmouth Sheds is north of Knapford Station, and the place most of the main "Steam Team" engines call home! The TNP version is bright yellow and green with red trim above the five green doors (along with a large sign reading "TIDMOUTH"), 3 little windows on each side where you can peer in and check on Thomas (included!) as he sleeps, and a rotating red turntable in front that he chugs onto and can be turned to provide him access to the large grey oval track! The track has two different places where the set can be hooked up to other playsets or additional track. But, oh my --- decisions, decisions! With only FIVE berths and EIGHT members of the Steam Team (Thomas, Edward, Henry, Gordon, James, Percy, Toby & Emily), what was our grandson to do?! He solved his dilemma by deciding the engines with tenders (all but Thomas, Percy & Toby) would live at Tidmouth Sheds (although with the tender engines, the berths aren't quite long enough for the doors to completely close unless the back of the sheds - which folds down and provides easy access to the trains - is left open.) He then connected his Thomas at the Farm playset to it (where Thomas sleeps inside Farmer McColl's barn), which is connected to his Toby at Trotter's Farm playset (where Toby sleeps inside of Farmer Trotter's barn), which is connected to his Percy's Mail Delivery playset (where Percy sleeps inside the Maithwaite building) - problem solved! Tidmouth Sheds was on Fisher-Price's original Spring 2010 Collector Checklist, and we paid $29.97 for our grandson's. (Update: Fisher-Price's summer 2013 MSRP is $30.)

Update: There are 11 playsets in the TnP line as of summer 2013 that fall into what I've come to categorize as an "intermediate" range of between $25-$30, and they are (in order of introduction: Cranky at the Docks, Tidmouth Sheds, Knapford Station, Knapford Holiday Celebration, Sodor Steamworks Repair Shed, Sodor Search & Rescue Center, Twist & Tumble Cargo Drop, Thomas' Treasure Hunt Adventure, Thomas' Shark Exhibit, Paxton at the Blue Mountain Stone Shed and Arctic Exhibit. The great thing about these sets (and those I categorize as "basic", with under $25 MSRPs) is that he can very quickly and easily disconnect and fold up the basic sets, and even the intermediate sets relatively so, and take them with us on excursions!

A little of our own "Thomas" history... As first time grandparents, my husband and I wanted to start some type of collection for our grandson that he could possibly pass along to his own kids one day. Our grandson was 2 1/2 at the time, and had been talking a lot about a certain train named Thomas (a little fella whom - now hard to believe! - we'd never heard of.) After doing some research, it seemed the Take-n-Play line might be the perfect investment to engage and encourage his active imagination, as well as provide a fun way for us to interact with him. What a rewarding decision... we've had SO much fun together with this quality line of trains, vehicles and playsets! He's now 4, and a large portion of our basement has become a wonderful Sodor land of make believe that we all enjoy visiting - and continues to hold his interest, which is quite a feat given the tendency at that age to move in and out of toy phases so quickly!

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