Brio wooden railway

 
  David Locomotive Fireman

Location: Eastwood, Sydney, Australia
Wow that brings back memories! I can also recall there were short adapter pieces that had a hole at each end (instead of a knob at one and a hole at the other).
"Ben-P19"




Like these? I've got quite a few of them now - they're very, very useful Wink

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  Ben-P19 Chief Commissioner

Location: Greensborough, Vic
Ah yes. You're right. I never had any of them, but friends did. Actually, now that you mention this, I recall there was also a double 'knob' section for joining two sections of track at the 'hole' ends. It was just a '8' shaped piece of plastic.
"B67"


I had one of those. It was a very handy piece to have.




Like these? I've got quite a few of them now - they're very, very useful Wink
"David"


Yep, just like the one at the upper left except they were red and plastic.  It was really annoying when you had two "knobby" bits that just touched. It usually meant you had to re-design part or all of your track so that it all matched up.  I guess it's good for developing problem solving skills Smile
  David Locomotive Fireman

Location: Eastwood, Sydney, Australia
Heh, that's true. With Brio, there are some other pieces with different sizes that do the same thing, so I can usually dig myself out of whatever hole I've dug for myself.
  Duffy Chief Commissioner

Location: ACT
I had (have) the Thomas push alongs that didn't have track.  I improvised though and used HO scale track.  It was just about the right gauge
  David Locomotive Fireman

Location: Eastwood, Sydney, Australia
That's clever! Surprised

What scale does Brio roughly equal? The gap between the two rails is approximately 2cm.

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