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Wooden trains

Posted by raisedin99 (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 5, 07 at 8:37

I'd like to make some inexpensive toy wooden trains and have searched extensively for plans, have found many but everyone wants to sell the plans.

this is a one time thing and i hate to pay for plans that i'll only use once.

can someone direct me...?

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RE: Wooden trains

I'd suggesting going to you local library and checking out books on "making wooden toys." There are a bunch of them.

Here is a link that might be useful: samples

RE: Wooden trains

never even gave the library a thought, thanks for enlightening me

RE: Wooden trains

I love my local library. It has one of the highest per-capita circulation volumes in the USA. I do my part because it's easy to search online, request a book and have it delivered from any branch to any branch.

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