Sorry I really can't do links lol. But my DS has got a Le Toy Van one...think its called Service Station but is a garage really and its fab. All the bits slot together but is really really solid and has stood up to 2 years of playing with every day. My DS was actually only just 3 when we got it (after a complete disaster with 2 garages from elc which both fell apar) but it was perfect for him then and is still great for him now he is nearly 5.
Its quite expensive (think ours was about £50) but is excellent quality and has definitely been value for money.
Thanks ihearttc Glad you mentioned the elc garages as we had been looking at those, I think the one we looked at was called Big city garage but it was £55 which is expensive for something that won't last 5 minutes.
My ds had one when he was 2 from ELC and it's still going strong 5 1/2 yrs later. Ds doesn't play with it now but it has been used for childminding too (is being lined up for ebay). We've had no problems with it and you can link it up to the standard train tracks and road pieces.
Another vote for the Le Toy Van one, especially for an older child. Looks nice, has good ramps (which are plastic) - curves work better than short straight runs imo. We've had ours for 2.5 years, I think, and it is on its last legs BUT that is because my fiesty 1yo has jumped on it, climbed on it, and hit it with things <<sigh of despair>> and it has been played with a lot.
Ooh, can you? Which courier? Are there size weight restrictions? I'd like £15 for it (+courier) but it has got some pencil marks on it. I've got other similar type toys too - elc rescue centre, Plan Toys airport and about a million cars!!!