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1  Discussion Boards / Thomas & Friends / Re: What’s the difference between deluxe and non-deluxe Thomas trains? on: December 11, 2017, 01:52:26 PM
Thanks for the reply. I had bought the deluxe set and was looking to add other cars, etc. I came across some that don’t have the “deluxe” on the packaging and wondering if there is any difference between the deluxe and non-deluxe pieces - e.g. Sodor Fuel, Tidmouth Milk, etc.
2  Discussion Boards / Thomas & Friends / What’s the difference between deluxe and non-deluxe Thomas trains? on: December 09, 2017, 06:37:21 PM
Found some Thomas pieces that aren’t “deluxe” and wondering what the difference is before delicxe and non-deluxe pieces. Is it more than packaging?
3  Discussion Boards / HO / Left turnout 44461 - loco derailing question on: November 26, 2017, 10:38:50 AM
Had small HO set for my kids some 20 years ago and haven't set them up in a loooong time. My granddaughter is a Thomas the Train fan so yesterday I decided to start setting them up again. I purchased a Bachmann Thomas set to run on an inner loop and got my old trains running on an outer loop. On the outer loop I put a left turnout (#44461) in the middle of the curve so I can run the trains down the top of a bookcase. The turnout will be used 99% of the time because its part of the loop. It will go "straight" less frequently since its a run down the bookcase and then reverse.

The problem is that the older trains derail (longer loco/cars) meanwhile the shorter Thomas trains run just fine. I wanted to run the Thomas trains in the smaller inner loop and the larger on the outside. Are there known issues with the 44461? Or am I doing something wrong?
 
 Thanks in advance! Ken

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