Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, we stay open and process all orders. When any problems occur with the transporters, we will report this in time and cancel/refund your order if necessary. Stay home, stay safe!
Free premium FedEx shipping for orders over 140 EUR to USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Norway and Switzerland! Just 3-5 days to deliver!
- quickly and effortlessly build bridges
- run two trains on top of each other
- create underpasses without collisions
- contains 10 segments in total
- build a full u-turn using 9 segments and 8 curved tracks
- each segment consists of 2 supports, 2 square bricks with holes and 1 adjustable cross arm, tracks sold separately
- 10 segments span 11 train tracks = 176 studs = 140 cm
- the highest column, including the cross-arm, is 121.6mm high (38 plates)
- vertical clearance of 11,8 cm (fits every Lego train)
- horizontal clearance of 10 studs = 8 cm
- color: dark bluish gray
- studs on top and holes in the bottom
- fully compatible with Lego tracks
- Winter Holiday train doesn't fit under - the chimney is too high
- all heights are multiples of 3.2mm (one Lego plate height)
- purchase separately or in a bundle including 2 Incline Support Sets with a discount
- take your layout to a whole new level of fun and entertainment
In case your train has difficulty climbing the incline, there are a few things you might check:
- Fresh batteries - should be non-rechargeable because accus have lower voltage which translates to lower torque and speed.
- Give the train a bit of speed before making the incline.
- Make sure the small rubber bands on the motorized wheels are present (they are by default on all Lego trains).
- If you have some custom trains or too many wagons, you might need to make them shorter or lighter in some way.
In general, the incline angle is a compromise between the train's ability to climb and the overall floor space needed.