Number of Pieces: 1000
Size: 69x48 cm
Product Code: G6284
New for 2020, some great railway art from David Noble.
Harking back to the wonderful age of steam, Pickering Station is the 1930’s themed backdrop for this summer afternoon stop off for 45407; a Black 5 locomotive known as the Lancashire Fusilier. Drawing admiring glances from the crowd, smoke billows as the crew work tirelessly to keep the gleaming engine in tip top condition.
No. 45407 was built in 1937 and formed part of the largest order ever placed with a private builder by a British railway company, worth £2.7 million. Officially known as LMS Stanier Class 5 4-6-0 45407 this loco was withdrawn on 4 August 1968. Part of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, a highlight of Pickering Station is the magnificent roof structure which was recently re-instated to the same design as the original, built in 1847 by G T Andrews. A really colourful puzzle with plenty of interest, sure to give great satisfaction on completion!
This is packaged in one of Gibson’s newer eco friendly boxes which is smaller than the traditional size and no longer has the cellophane. The 1000 pieces inside remain the same size and quality though on the sturdy, recycled cardboard.
|Size:||48 x 68cm|