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LEGO Duplo: Deluxe Train Set (5609)

An impressive deluxe cargo train set with everything a young train driver needs. Your toddler can load and unload the trains cargo wagons at the warehouse using the cool conveyor belt or using the big loading crane. Fuel it up at the petrol station and listen to the real fuel pumping sound. Components made in Denmark, Hungary, China and the Czech Republic.

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