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Le Toy Van’s new train collection makes tracks into retail

New offering from the toy company has been developed with sustainability in mind.

Le Toy Van is making further tracks into retail, unveiling a new train collection which has been developed with sustainability in mind.

Every piece from the train sets are made from sustainable rubber wood and plywood, with only the wheels remaining as durable and recyclable plastic – although the company says that it is working on this, too.

The first product in the range is the Royal Express Train Set. The 180-piece wooden train set features two connectable trains and an extensive collection of tracks and accessories. These include a Ferris wheel, two bridges, a train station, a crane, boats, plus a variety of houses, shops, buildings and outdoor elements.

A further three trains will be available separately for Q4: Royal Express, Twilight Express and Great Green Train (pictured).

Le Toy Van is also working on further additions to the range for 2021.

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