The adventures of Jack Jack

The adventures of a first time Mummy and my son Jack.

Chuggington stack tracks

Jack being you’ve average 2 year old little boy has an obsession with all things that go, the biggest part of which (for Jack at least) is trains. Thomas, Chuggington, Underground Ernie even Driver Dans story train, if its train themed Jack’s most definitely a fan. His main passion is Chuggington, the brightly coloured engines and fun (if slightly annoying after the 50th time) catchphrases captured his attention when he was around 10 months old and hasn’t let go since. Jack was a very lucky boy on Christmas morning and received his hearts desire, a chuggington stack track and chuggers. 1526616_10202526844790734_501934235_neditedDSCN0217edited1521540_10202542822390164_227934234_nedited

His set was Koko’s icy escapades and icy Koko and 8 extra chuggers (Mtambo, Speedy, Hoot, leafy Brewster, Skylar, Emery, Action chugger and the Morgan and Peckham car).


In April we visited Great Yarmouth and in a little toy shop on the seafront we found Dunbar and Irvin to add to his collection.
In July for his second birthday Jack received a Chuggington backpack and lunch box for nursery, along with story books and cd to listen to on the journey.10589987_10204188626654242_885186405_nedited

He had already received the first series boxset and a pj set for his first birthday and I have an ever growing collection of Chuggington apps on my phone.


Just some of my sons Chuggington obsession, erm I mean collection.

I think it’s safe to say Jacks a big Chuggington fan and spends many a happy hour playing with the stack track on his play table.


Made of strong non toxic plastic, the track sets are colourful and imaginative. Some of the sets such as Jacks are themed (such as icy, quarry and even a safari) but there is also the option to buy plain track and connectors.

So what makes the Chuggington stack track different than all the other toy train sets on the market? Unlike other train sets the stack track does exactly what the name suggests, each set can be laid out flat or constructed into a roller coaster ride with slopes and bridges, turntables and obstacles to overcome. You also have the opinion to add other sets on top to build your track up as high as you can, a bonus if you are short on floor space.

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The trains themselves can be connected together with a strong enough connection not to stop play but easily pulled apart by little hands. Durable with cheery, eye catching expressions they are perfect for fuelling the imagination of my tot. Along with the main character there are also specials such as our leafy Brewers and extras such as wagons and carriages.


With so many sets and characters to add to his collection, Jack is set to become Chuggington’s biggest fan.


Disclaimer: These products were bought by myself and other family members, all pictures and opinions are my own.


4 thoughts on “Chuggington stack tracks

  1. we have the same train track and i LOVE the fact that is so sturdy and it won’t break that easily tons of fun to be had! looks like you really do have a chuggington mad son there! I picked up the other day some great bargains from tkmaxx 2 chuggington trailers for 3.99£ #tried&tested

  2. I love these sets, we have the ice mountain but would love to get some more bits to add to it

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