Bigjigs Toys gains Guiness World Record

Published on: 25th October 2012

Bigjigs Toys has had its Guiness World Record for the longest wooden toy train track confirmed.

The team uses over 10,000 pieces of Bigjigs Rail Track, finally reaching 2,195.5 metres, surpassing the previous record of 1,650 metres. The record-breaking achievement took seven hours to complete and £1,047 was raised for charity and shared between the Demelza House and The Locomotive Restoration Fund.

Liz Ireland, director of Bigjigs Toys, said: “We are delighted to have received confirmation of the World Record. The team worked tirelessly to ensure that we followed all of the rules and regulations set by Guiness; it was a great day for all involved and we are over the moon with the monies we raised for charity.”


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