The Victorian Futurist’s Monorail

For all of you with young Steampunks in the home, or for those (like me) who never really grew out of Legos and K’Nex, today’s post is indeed squee-worthy.

Hammacher Schlemmer has put out a Victorian Futurist’s Monorail, a 550 piece train set for your assembly and enjoyment. Putting it together would be fun in and of itself, but it comes with a length of track for it to go buzzing about on. This would be a very impressive addition around the walls of a Steampunk’s study. I imagine it chugging along across the tops of book shelves and cabinets.

The elevated track can run as long as 20 looping feet over a 25′ sq. area, with the included traction tape enabling cars to climb up to 30º grades. Predictably, batteries are not included.

You can order your set of the Victorian Futurist’s Monorail here.

One comment on “The Victorian Futurist’s Monorail

  1. Larry says:

    That is sooo cool. When my daughter was a toddler she was crazy about toy trains. This is something we definitely would have bought.

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