More people mean more railways, and more railways mean more trains. When Sir Topham Hatt decided to buy a new goods train from Scotland, he got more than he paid for. Instead of one new engine, the train station received two, and not just two trains, but twin trains. Donald and Douglas the Scottish Twin Trains proved to be really useful engines, able to help pull trains long and short, heavy and light.
Both in black and nearly inseparable, the two twin trains from Scotland, Donald and Douglas look identical in every way, except for their numbering. When they arrived at the station, Sir Topham Hatt numbered Donald 9 and his brother Douglas 10, but after the twin trains tricked him by swapping numbers, he gave them name plates too.
The twin engines ride the rails with Thomas and his friends. Both Donald and Douglas the Scottish Twin Trains were included in the original Thomas Wooden Railway in 1995, but have since been discontinued. Before they leave the wooden railway for good, you can add Donald, one of the rambunctious twin trains, to the tracks of your childís train set. Donít forget his brother Douglas. Both toys measure 7 inches including coal cars. Coal cars connect to engines by magnets.
Thomas Wooden Railway toy trains are compatible with BRIO train sets.