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We have a Brio train set at school and some of the track connecting bits have been lost. How can I get spares.

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SOURCE: Wooden train set track, pegs

If it helps I've repaired similar track by plugging the hole where the peg went with a small rawlplug trimmed to fit then screwed in a metal eye fixture (1 cm diameter) of the type used in hook and eye fastenings or to hold up net curtain wires. The eye fits the adjacent hole and the eye can be screwed in and out or tilted to fit.
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Posted on Nov 13, 2011

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If it helps I've repaired similar track by plugging the hole where the peg went with a small rawlplug trimmed to fit then screwed in a metal eye fixture (1 cm diameter) of the type used in hook and eye fastenings or to hold up net curtain wires. The eye fits the adjacent hole and the eye can be screwed in and out or tilted to fit.
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