Toys of the Eighties, The Living Train
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It had 3 cars the engine,passenger,and the caboose.The play people inside the train were a mom,a dad,a girl aboy and a dog white with brown spots.They had magnets in their hands and the dog had it in its sides.
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Phil - October 10, 2010 - Report this comment
I ad this toy! It was really cool. It was composed of an engine, a passenger car and a caboose. The side of the passengar car folded down to form a patio/platform of sorts and revealed the families living quarters inside. The caboose contained the family car and it's door dropped down to form a ramp so car the could pull in or drive back up. The father and son were dressed as train engineers and both had drak hair. The mother had brown hair and wore a red dress. The daughter had a blonde ponytail and wore a green dress. As the description mentions there were magnets inside the figures which were otherwise hollow plastic. These magnets gave the illusion the fiigures could carry items around. The only item I can think of at the moment that could attach to the magnets was a wrench. It seems like there was another tool and perhaps a suitcase or purse for the ladies. Had a lot of fun with this toy!

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