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Thursday, June 19, 2014

Lots & #LotsOfTrains 3 DVD Set with Free Audio CD For Train Fans - Review & Giveaway - ends 6/29 US

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I live with a family full of train fans! If we had our way, our home would be filled with toy trains everywhere for our enjoyment.  We have it planned that with the vaulted ceiling in our dining room/kitchen, we could have a track go around that ceiling area, and we could have different trains running the tracks for every month of the year to watch and enjoy.  Well, we were never able to accomplish that.  The very next substitute to that is watching train DVDs.

I recently received a trio of great train DVDs that was accompanied by an audio CD.  The three volumes of Lots and Lots of Trains are the ultimate train DVDs for kids ages 3 to 103!  As seen on TV this 3 pack set includes a Free Audio CD of train songs.  Each DVD is jam-packed with hundreds shots of different kinds of trains in action set to the award-winning sing-a-long music of children's musician James Coffey.

Volume One is entitled "Smokin' Steam and Diesel." PARENT'S CHOICE and KID'S FIRST AWARD WINNER!  No matter what your age, if you love trains, they guarantee you will love this DVD.  It's the biggest collection of trains ever recorded on one program.  There's over 300 different shots of trains!

You’ll see big trains, little trains, steam, diesel, freight and passenger trains, even trains from around the world! There’s old trains, new trains, fast trains, slow trains, city, country and mountain trains, even trains that go through snow! Plus, garden trains, scenic trains, electric, monorail and long forgotten trains.

And, there’s even toy trains, trolley trains and lots of “gee whiz golly” trains; they’re all a part of this exciting collection of the greatest trains in the world!

SPECIAL BONUS FEATURES INCLUDE: The Lumberjack Special and Lots and Lots of Toy Trains!

It's time for Non-Stop "Thunder on the Tracks!" in Volume 2.  There is more exciting train action in this volume as the crews that shot this footage scouted around the globe to bring the biggest variety of live-action trains imaginable.  You'll see so many trains that they can hardly be counted that are all winding through mountains, climbing steep grades, gliding over trestles, hauling, pulling, loading and much, much more!

You'll hear the blast of the steam whistles, thrill to the blaring of the diesel horns, and watch in awe as these titans of the tracks thunder on by.  feel the heat, smell the smoke and cover your ears because the camera crews take you up-close and right where all the action is!  It's an unforgettable rail experience you'll want to watch again and again.

A SPECIAL BONUS FEATURES INCLUDE: The Lumberjack Special and Lots and Lots of Toy Trains!

"Roaring Down the Rails!" is the title of volume 3.  Here they come, bigger, better, faster, closer and louder, than ever before - it's tons of train fun for everyone.  This is their best collection of thundering steam an diesel action ever - guaranteed!

In this volume, you'll get more unusual trains from around the world - more live steam and diesel action of America's most popular trains, more sights and sounds of thundering trains rolling on by and more great railroad songs from Award-Winning musician James Coffey, including, "Counting Those Railroad Cars," "The Wheels on the Trains," and more.

This volume features the fasted and most colorful trains in the world.  There are so many trains you won't believe all the non-stop action!  You'll ride along with the engineer and see the views from the cab, take in magnificent scenery along the way, and the cameras are all over these trains.

Volume 3 BONUS Section includes Coal Loaders, The Train Cavalcade, and a special Director's Cut! This volume has 90 minutes of roaring railroad fun for everyone!  Don't miss a single second of this unforgettable rail experience that you will want to watch again and again.

In all the volumes, you'll experience spectacular close-up camera footage combined with award-winning sing-a-long songs, original music by James Coffey and lots of real-life sounds make the thrilling action of these might machines a favorite among young and old alike.

In Lots and Lots of Trains Bonus Audio CD, you'll find the great collection of songs that were written by James Coffey and that were featured in the DVDs.  These are super fun songs that my kids really enjoyed, but grandpa also loved.  Here your little ones will get to listen to their favorite train songs while not watching the train videos.

We loved all three volumes of Lots and Lots of Trains!  It was so wonderful to virtually see all the train sights that you cannot normally see for yourself from all over the world.  Even if you decided to take the time to see all the different trains and sights yourself, it would take you a lifetime.  Going through the byways and back routes of the trains brings you in touch with beautiful scenery.  These train videos have no age limits attached to them.  We all loved them young and old!

BUY IT!  If you have train lovers in your home, you are going to want to purchase this!  The price of the 3 DVD Set and Free Audio CD is $24.95 which saves $34.90 if you purchased these separately.  This offer is not available in stores!  BUY IT TODAY!  Here is even an extra special deal for you - enter the code TTB1 at checkout and get FREE First Class Shipping - a extra savings of $7.95!

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