Do you have a Chuggington fan in your house? We have two now! Our Chuggington Interactive Railway that is permanently set up on our coffee table is one of the first places my girls go in the morning to play and it’s always popular when we host play dates. We never seemed to have enough engines to go around so I was more than happy to review Decka, Piper and Skylar, the new Chuggington Wooden Railway engines, plus the 2 new engine 2-packs Koko’s New Look and Brewster’s Booster!
One of the features that was pointed out to me when I agreed to the review is that the Chuggington Wooden Railway engines are compatable with other wooden train sets that you may already own. We set up a certain blue engine’s wooden train track and sure enough the Chuggington engines worked without a problem.
Because little R is nicknamed “Baby Destructo” for a reason, the wooden track doesn’t last for very long. We decided to give the wooden engines a try on the interactive railway train set and lo and behold, we had success! The engines glide along with no problem and the girls have just as much fun with the wooden trains as they do with the talking ones.
Below is a comparison of Brewster (wooden railway on the left and interactive railway on the right). The wooden railway engines feature classic, high-quality wood construction and they are easy for little hands to grab and play with.
One lucky reader will each win the new Chuggington Wooden Railway engines Decka, Piper and Skylar, and the 2 new engine 2-packs Koko’s New Look and Brewster’s Booster!