The following list of recalls have occurred with products in the Thomas Wooden Railway range.
List of recalls
January 2005-May 2007
A lead paint recall occurred in 2007 where products tested in China revealed that the red and yellow paint used contained lead. Lead, a highly poisonous heavy-metal, posed an acute threat to people using the affected merchandise and necessitated a recall. Over 1.7 million items from stores and consumers were checked for lead, in what became the biggest recall in Learning Curve's history. Consumers who sent in their affected items received a free gift back with their amended items.
- Sodor Fire Department Trucks
- Lights and Sounds James
- James with Team Colors
- Old Slow Coach
- Deluxe Fire Station
- Musical Caboose
- Sodor Line Caboose (Red)
- Holiday Caboose
- Sodor Fire Brigade
- Sodor Fire Crew
- Sodor Mail Coach (small 4 wheel version)
- Red Coal Car
- Day Out With Thomas 2006 Coal Car
- Smelting Yard
- Yellow and Green Boxcar from Conductor's Figure 8 Set
- Yellow "Sodor Cargo Company"-Cargo
- Stop Sign
- Railroad Crossing Sign
- Ice Cream Factory
- Cargo piece from Deluxe Cranky
A similar lead paint recall happened in September 2007. This time, selected products which used black and gray paint were found to contain lead.
- Toad (2006 Re-introduction)
- Green Maple Tree from Conductor's Figure 8 Set
- Signal Base from Conductor's Figure 8 Set
- Black Cargo Car from Brendam Fishing Dock
- Olive Green Sodor Cargo from Deluxe Cranky
- The Wooden Railway range's creator, Roy Wilson, was appalled by the 2007 recalls. During his seven years working on the range at Learning Curve, Wilson had set up a paint inspection program where random samples of paint were taken every hour, with no reported issues having turned up in that time.