Trackmaster Thomas at Action Canyon Instructions

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Trackmaster Thomas at Action Canyon Instructions
The Thomas at Action Canyon railway set features Thomas the Tank Engine. (Tim Whitby/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images)

"Thomas at Action Canyon" is a Thomas and Friends railway system designed for children ages 3 and up. This toy TrackMaster set features a battery-operated Thomas the Tank Engine and 53 track pieces, including a waterfall, water glide, rickety bridge and mountains. The "Thomas at Action Canyon" train set can be expanded using other TrackMaster sets and is easy to set up.

Skill level:
Easy

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Instructions

    Waterfall and Mountain Assembly

  1. 1

    Lay the left-side front mountain wall on its side. Align the pegs on the left side of the lower blue waterfall with the three lower holes on the mountain wall. Snap the two pieces together.

  2. 2

    Connect the upper blue waterfall track to the blue waterfall door piece. Align the pegs on the side of the assembled track with the upper two holes on the mountain wall. Snap the pieces together. Stand the assembled mountain wall upright.

  3. 3

    Align the pegs on the assembled left-front mountain wall with the upper and lower holes on the right-side front mountain wall. Snap the two pieces together.

  4. 4

    Attach the left and right mine track trestle pieces to the interior mine track. Connect the interior mine track to the lower blue waterfall track at the back of the mountain.

  5. 5

    Lay the right-side rear mountain wall on its side. Insert the mountain quarter track piece into the upper part of the wall, and the special function cross beam into the lower part of the wall. Turn the wall assembly right-side-up.

  6. 6

    Align the two pegs on the right side of the interior mine track with the two holes on the right-side rear mountain wall. Snap the pieces together.

  7. 7

    Position the mountain slope turnout piece between the interior mine track and the special function cross beam. Snap the ends of the pieces together.

    Bridge Assembly

  1. 1

    Insert the pegs on the bottom of the centre bridge arches, into the holes of the bridge track piece. Slide the bridge arches to the left to lock them into place.

  2. 2

    Attach the front of the assembled bridge track to the back of the assembled front mountain. Insert the peg on the rear side of the assembled bridge track into the hole at the top of the right-side rear mountain wall.

  3. 3

    Align the left-side rear mountain wall with the right rear mountain wall. Insert the peg on the rear side of the assembled bridge track into the hole at the top of the left rear mountain wall. Snap the bottom of the left rear wall to the special function cross beam -- already attached to the right rear mountain wall.

  4. 4

    Attach the left and right front bridge arches to the top of the assembled front mountain wall, and the left and right rear bridge arches to the assembled rear mountain wall.

    Track Level Assembly

  1. 1

    Attach the level one, level two and level three mountain supports together. Repeat for the remaining five sets of support levels, then snap the top level piece to the top of each assembled support level.

  2. 2

    Attach two crossbeam pieces to the inside of one support level. Position another support level over the crossbeams and snap the pieces together. Repeat this process for the remaining matching sets of support levels.

  3. 3

    Connect two curved mountain slope tracks to the upper and lower levels of the rear mountain wall. Snap the other end of these tracks to the upper and lower crossbeams of an assembled support level. Attach the ends of these tracks to the upper and lower crossbeams of another assembled support level.

  4. 4

    Snap the last curved mountain slope track to the top crossbeam of the support level you used. Finish the railway set by attaching the sloped straight track piece to the bottom crossbeam of this support level.

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