In 1630, rails were roads made of planks. In 1700s, the first steam engine was built and the first railway in 1750s, Middleton. At first, trains travelled at six to eight mph, increasing to the whopping 210 mph, today. Train train bedding became popular as trains became story characters. This article describes where to buy train bedding.
Big box stores
Big box stores can be a source for train bedding. There, you will find sheets with Thomas the Engine as well as other trains, and perhaps other Thomas bedding as well. There could be sets which include bedding and curtains as well as bedskirts. The bedding may be a train baby bedding as well as for the older boy who has a "grown up" bed. There, you may be able to find other kids' bedding for boys, such as boys' car bedding, red wagon bedding, and boys' sports bedding.
A bedding store would also be a place where you can find train bedding, whether it is Thomas the Train bedding or other items for the bedroom, such as Thomas the Train curtains, comforters, rugs, etc. The bedding will come in various sizes from the crib to the full bed. These sheets will include different images of Thomas the Tank Engine which will appeal to any Thomas fan. The bedding store will also be able to offer Thomas bedroom furnishings.
Perhaps, you have a train lover who is not a Thomas the Tank Engine fan. You can make train bedding for this child by buying fabric with trains on it. You can then, turn it into train bedding. The fabric can be turned into sheets, duvet covers, curtains, wardrobe curtains, drapery, bed skirts, pillow cases, etc. Train-related rugs could even be made by braiding together blue and white fabric in homage to the conductor's blue and white striped cap and overalls. You can even make a quilt with white and blue striped squares, or squares that featured trains with alternating squares of white, blue, striped blue and white. Even for the most discerning train fan, fabric will be available to make bedding which will appeal to everyone.