As the name Spirit Tracks implies, your train is the most vital part of your arsenal. Without it you cannot travel throughout Hyrule, and you’ll be stuck in Aboda Village forever! That won’t do at all, but thankfully you get a basic train at the beginning of the game. Later on you will be upgraded into the Spirit Train, and once you venture into the Ocean Realm you can start to customize your train.
There are seven train sets you can trade in for treasure, and you can mix and match any of the parts to create any look. In order to get new train parts you must give Linebeck III various treasure pieces (details can be found in the Spirit Tracks Checklists).
Besides looking awesome, upgrading your train has other benefits. In our original train you have three health hearts. Once you get the Spirit Train you get an extra heart. After purchasing your first custom train part you will be upgraded to five hearts. By completing a train set (for example, purchasing all the Wooden Train parts), you will have six hearts, and if you get the entire Gold Train you will have a whopping seven hearts!
After purchasing a train part you may have Linebeck put it on immediately, or tell him to wait. You can visit Alfonso at any time to switch around your train in any way possible. Go wild!
Below is a list of all the train sets you can collect, and a description of their individual parts.
This esteemed train has a long history of keeping evil at bay.
You can be sure that any shot fired from this cannon will hit home.
Solid Passenger Car
Whoever crafted this well-made carriage must have been a true master.
Trusty Freight Car
There’s no need to worry about damaged goods with this car.
The retro style of this train is popular with the younger crowd.
This wooden cannon resembles a stately tree.
Wooden Passenger Car
The natural wood of this carriage puts passengers at ease.
Wooden Freight Car
This wooden car catches your eye, but it’s easy on the wallet.
This steam train appeals to strong, silent types everywhere.
This steel cannon has unmatched accuracy. Its only hurdle is its weight.
Sturdy Passenger Car
There may not be much room in this carriage, but it’s incredibly safe.
Efficient Freight Car
The sleek, black luster is reminiscent of trains from the good old days.
Created by a gearhead, it’s unclear whether it can even go underground.
This cannon might be brightly colored, but it packs quite a punch.
Skull Passenger Car
This car has all the bells and whistles technology experts could cram in.
Skull Freight Car
It’s not clear how this car floats. Maybe there’s a magic carpet inside?
This train is sure to get people’s attention.
This extra-tall cannon resembles a soaring tower.
Quaint Passenger Car
Passengers like this carriage for its homey feel.
Garden Freight Car
While pretty, this mobile garden might not be the best for hauling.
This train was created in the far past and seems to harbor a great spirit.
It’s hard to tell which part of the dragon this comes from. The chest?
Dragon Passenger Train
The strange design of this carriage is appealing, but would you ride in it?
Dragon Freight Car
Mythical beasts are great—especially when they haul your stuff.
This train looks good enough to eat! But that would be a bad idea.
Even if you can’t eat it, this cannon is sure to satisfy.
Cake Passenger Car
Anybody would be happy to ride in a car this sweet!
Pie Freight Car
This car is designed to make train enthusiasts drool.
Even the smoke on this spectacular wonder seems to have some gold in it.
This cannon might look fancy, but it’s strong enough for heavy jobs!
Royal Passenger Car
This car is opulent enough for a king!
Golden Freight Car
This freight car can double as an extravagant bathtub.