Free Layouts

Assembly Difficulty: 1=beginner 2=intermediate 3=advanced 4=expert

Layout 1

Double Oval with Turntable<--Click here for free layout
The Double Oval with Turntable allows for two different trains to be played with at the same time, without them getting in each other's way. This is important when two children are playing with the railroad simultaneously.

Designed By: Ronald Ziolkowski Jr. (Illinois)

Assembly Difficulty: 2

Clip a Little, Clip a Lot: To secure only the elevated areas, eight Suretrack® clips are required.

Kit: Learning Curve's 100 Piece Set.

Layout 2 Pretzel <--Click here for free layout
If your tired of picking up pretzel pieces, SureTrack® is for you. The Pretzel layout allows your child to push trains up and down hills and under overpasses. The layout fits on the BRIO® table and leaves a lot of additional play surface for cars, people, and buildings.

Assembly Difficulty: 2

Clip a Little, Clip a Lot: To secure only the elevated areas, ten Suretrack® clips are required, or to secure the entire layout, twenty five Suretrack® clips are required.

Kit: 33134 & 6-Curved, 2-8" Straight, 4-Supports

Required pieces of track:
16- Curved 5- 8" Straight 2- 6" Straight 2- Ascending
6 - Supports

Layout 3

Dynamite<--Click here for free layout
This layout will blow you out of the water. There are so many directions for a train to run, that it will provide hours of enjoyment.

Assembly Difficulty: 2

Clip a Little, Clip a Lot: To secure only the elevated areas, seven Suretrack® clips are required, or to secure the entire layout, thirty five Suretrack® clips are required.

Kit:

Required pieces of track:
2- 2" Straight 3- 6" Straight 3- 8" Straight 3- Ascending 10- Small Curved 6- Curved
3- Y Switching 5 - Supports 3 - V Switching 1 Overpass Tunnel

Layout 4

Doghouse <--Click here for free layout
Junior bored and stepping on your last nerve? Try this layout for hours of fun to keep him or her out of the doghouse.

Assembly Difficulty: 2

Clip a Little, Clip a Lot: To secure only the elevated areas, four Suretrack® clips are required, or to secure the entire layout, thirty One Suretrack® clips are required.

Kit:

Required pieces of track:
4- 4" Straight 2- 6" Straight 2- 8" Straight 2- Ascending 8- Small Curve
8- Curve 2 - Y Switching 3 - Supports 1- V Switching

Layout 5

Double Up<--Click here for free layout
The only thing more fun than an elevated overpass is two elevated overpasses. There is plenty of open space in the center for setting up a shipyard, fire station, playground or whatever with this busy little design.

Assembly Difficulty: 3

Clip a Little, Clip a Lot: To secure only the elevated areas, seven Suretrack® clips are required, or to secure the entire layout, thirty one Suretrack® clips are required.

Kit:

Required pieces of track:
1- 4" Straight 3 - 6" Straight 1- 8" Straight 5 - Ascending 6 - Small Curve 9 - Curves
3 - Y Switching 4 - Risers 1 - V Switching

Layout 6

Loop 'd Loop<--Click here for free layout
You'd have to go all the way to Disney World to get a better ride than this! The twists and turns will amaze you and the ups and downs will thrill you. This is not for the weak at heart!!

Assembly Difficulty: 3

Clip a Little, Clip a Lot: To secure only the elevated areas, ten Suretrack® clips are required, or to secure the entire layout, thirty eight Suretrack® clips are required.

Kit:

Required pieces of track:
1- 4" Straight 1 - 6" Straight 4- 8" Straight 4 - Ascending 10 - Small Curve 16 - Curves
2 - Y Switching 8 - Risers 1 - Tunnel/Bridge
Layout 7 Spectacle <--Click here for free layout
As anyone can clearly see, the twists and turns and up and downs of this layout are quite a spectacle. The suspension bridge is a focal point in this popular layout which fits on the BRIO table.

Assembly Difficulty: 2

Kit: BRIO 33131

Clip a Little, Clip a Lot: To secure only the elevated areas, four Suretrack® clips are required, or to secure the entire layout, twenty two Suretrack® clips are required.

Required pieces of track:
1- 4" Straight 2- 8" Straight 2 - Ascending 6 - Small Curves 10 - Curves
1 - Suspension Bridge 2 - Risers
Layout 8 Valley <--Click here for free layout
If your looking for a quick and easy track layout, the valley may be for you. Within approximately 5 minutes, your youngster can be chugging up the valley inclines, spanning the narrow suspension bridge and cruising around the track for hours of fun.

Assembly Difficulty: 1

Clip a Little, Clip a Lot: To secure only the elevated areas, four Suretrack® clips are required, or to secure the entire layout, seventeen Suretrack® clips are required.

Kit: BRIO 33131 & 1 Support

Required pieces of track:
1- 4" Straight 1- 8" Straight 2 - Ascending 2 - Small Curves 10 - Curves
1 - Suspension Bridge 3 - Risers
Layout 9 Bottle Opener <--Click here for free layout
Although our children may be too young to remember bottle openers, you can still pop open fun with this simple track layout which uses ascending track and the suspension bridge to add excitement. This layout leaves the center open for a shipyard, fire station, school yard or whatever they desire.

Assembly Difficulty: 1

Clip a Little, Clip a Lot: To secure only the elevated areas, six Suretrack® clips are required, or to secure the entire layout, twenty Suretrack® clips are required.

Kit: BRIO 33131 & 2 Support

Required pieces of track:
1- 4" Straight 2 - Ascending 6 - Small Curves 10 - Curves
1 - Suspension Bridge 4 - Risers
Layout 10 Diving Mask <--Click here for free layout
This simple layout is easy enough for a beginner to dive into. With a suspension bridge as the focal point, this design is no bellyflop.

Assembly Difficulty: 1

Clip a Little, Clip a Lot: To secure only the elevated areas, two Suretrack® clips are required, or to secure the entire layout, twenty six Suretrack® clips are required.

Kit:

Required pieces of track:
3- 3" Straight 3- 8" Straight 2 - Ascending 6 - Small Curves 8 - Curves
2 - Y Switching 1 - Suspension Bridge 4 - Risers
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