*Updated November 2018
Are you thinking about putting a Lionel Train under your Christmas tree this year or giving one as a gift? I absolutely love the way they look and it brings me back to my childhood and those old Christmas movies. I always enjoy watching the kids play with the train and just being content sitting there, watching it go round and round. If you’re in the market for a Lionel Train, whether you’re adding to your collection or starting one, there’s something for everyone! From tracks and crossovers, to complete sets – here are a few gift ideas that caught our eye!
Celebrate the wonder of the season and bring the goods from Santa’s top-secret location to your layout! The North Pole Central Lionel Train is a highly detailed remote control holiday themed locomotive with working headlight and 3 train cars.
All aboard the Mickey Mouse Express! Join Mickey, Minnie, Donald Duck, and Goofy as they spread the Christmas spirit in this Disney Train set. The set includes 3 detailed Disney themed train cars with Mickey conducting the engine with a working headlight.
This Bluetooth compatible Christmas Express Train is busy pulling Christmas trees from the farms! It features a RailSounds RC sound system with steam chuffing and background sounds, whistle, bell, and user-activated announcements as well as an operating headlight and puffing smoke.
The Harry Potter Hogwarts Express includes a 4-6-0 locomotive, 2 passenger coaches, combination car, 8 curved track sections, 1 lock-on section, 1 terminal section, 2 10″ straight sections, power supply and a remote control. The passenger cars have interior illumination and it features rail sounds such as steam chuffing, background sounds, horn whistle, bell and user activated announcements.
This set includes the Coke General Style Locomotive and tender, boxcar, center Cupola Caboose and features a working headlight, authentic train sounds including bell and whistle and opening doors on the boxcar.
Did you see the perfect train for under your Christmas tree? You can shop all Lionel Trains here.