LEGO Toy Story Western Train Chase Review

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One issue that some people might be concerned about is that if you handle this train roughly it would come apart. So you may want to think twice before giving this Toy story Lego set to kids under 5. Plus there are many small pieces that kids might swallow. But other than that, I thought this was a really good toy. Even if the parts fell off, you could easily reattach it. It was certainly well worth the money that I paid for it since my son had a great time with it.

If your kids love Toy Story, Legos, and trains, then you might want to get them the LEGO Toy Story Western Train Chase. My son absolutely loved Toy Story 3 in the beginning where Woody and Jessie were chasing a train with Mr. Potato Head as the robber. He wanted to recreate that moment so that was why I bought him the Lego set. I had looked for this toy at many stores but finally decided to buy it on Amazon.

When we received the Toy Story Lego train set, we quickly got started building the train. My son had a great time building it. The instructions were easy to follow and it was a lot of fun. After my son built up the train set, I was actually amazed that it looked pretty good. The photo on the box set did not do it justice apparently. The train did not look like cheap either. In fact it looked as if it was all one piece and not built my Legos. A lot detailed attention was given to the construction of this Lego train set. For example, you could actually open the doors on the train and the wheels on the trail also worked. Even the characters were given much attention in their design. The set includes Woody, Jessie, Bullseye, Rex, Dr. Porkchop and Buzz Lightyear.

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