History Of Rail Transport Playing Cards

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Our History Of Rail Transport Playing Cards document the humble beginnings of rail travel to its dizzying heights of the present day. Over the course of 52 cards, players can trace the journey that Britain went on to get to where we are now. Enjoy classic pictures and embrace your inner trainspotter while playing snap, crazy eights or even poker. More details
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Full Product Description

What better way to play cards than by using a deck that combines your passion for trains, captured in beautifully drawn artwork?


age group

7+ years


CE marked – EN71 certified



Product code


product dimensions

9.2 x 5.9 x 2.4cm

Suitable for

Adults and children

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I would recommend the playing cards for anyone who is really interested in trains.

I bought the cards for my grandson who really loves trains. He was delighted with them and enjoyed playing very much with them.

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