Learning Curve Diecast Chuggington Olwin Reviews
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Newest Review: ... who are younger and just learning the ropes in Chuggington. I am not particularly fond of the character Olwin. I think she ... more
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Learning Curve Diecast Chuggington Olwin
Manufacturer: Learning Curve
Last Update 18.05.2013 16:11
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by - written on 05/01/13 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Olwin is a character from the childrens TV series Chuggington, shown on the Cbeebies channel. When the show was first aired my children were still big fans of the channel, and they were delighted when santa AKA nana brought them a large collection of diecast Chuggington engines for them to play with. My mum doesn't do things by halves, so we have pretty much every engine you could get at that time in our set. Olwin is a femal character. She is a steam locomotive, and she is seen in a maternal role being a bit over protective towards the trainee characters who are younger and just learning the ropes in Chuggington. I am not particularly fond of the character ... Read the complete review
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