To export several sets, go to the exporter. If you use the data I'd really appreciate a link back to Brick Insights. It keeps this site going.
I picked this up for my three year old. He loves it. I love the new technology that Lego has integrated into the train engine. The system uses color coded tiles that the train can drive over, recognize, and respond to. The tiles include sound, stopping, changing directions, pausing for a period, and lights. Fundamentally this is the foundation to learning simple programming. I need to see if these tiles are available separately.
My 2 year old loves this train. The idea to colour code the track was genius. I would recommend it to anyone with a child 2 to 5. Get extra tracks too, to make fun configurations.
This will be a fun way to encourage creative building and play. Adding in the action bricks gives kids more control over what the train does and allows them to set up new play scenarios each time. This is a big set that will inspire a lot of imaginative storytelling and be a fun first construction and train set.