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Bigjigs Rail Shipwreck Bridge

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Bigjigs Rail Shipwreck Bridge

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This wooden Shipwreck Bridge offers a tunnel and bridge in one. The train can pass up over the shipwreck or through the middle of the sinking ship to continue the journey. Encourages imagination, dexterity and co-ordination. Most other major wooden railway brands are compatible with Bigjigs Rail. Made from high quality, responsibly sourced materials. Age 3+ years. Height: 4.61", Width: 2.13", Length: 17.91".

Bigjigs Rail Shipwreck Bridge


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