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Family Frolics: Fun with Thomas the Tank Engine

Thomas the Tank Engine himself tours the country and a few times a year he comes in our direction. This Bank Holiday weekend he came to a steam railway called Colne Valley and so we pack up a picnic and set of on a trip to see ‘Sodor’ and Thomas’ team of engines.

Well ‘sizzling cinders’, it was a smashing day. I cannot begin to describe the excitement of the three children from the moment they woke up. I was impressed that each child was given a goodie bag as they went in, which meant we could bypass the souvenir shop, and we took a  ride ‘First Class’ as we booked the tickets in advance on Thomas himself and then later had another ride on a little train. We admired the model railway, investigated the post train, had faces painted and enjoyed a picnic.

Here is our day in photo’s for you!

A visit to Thomas the Tank Engine

A visit to Thomas the tank engine, Multiple Mummy

A visit to Thomas the tank engine, Multiple Mummy

A visit to Thomas the tank engine, Multiple Mummy

A visit to Thomas the tank engine, Multiple Mummy

A visit to Thomas the tank engine, Multiple Mummy

A visit to Thomas the tank engine, Multiple Mummy

A visit to Thomas The Tank Engine, Multiple Mummy

A visit to Thomas The Tank Engine

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