Express to Blackpool
1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle

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All aboard the Express to Blackpool! The passengers have packed their buckets and spades and are ready to board the train to the seaside. This painting by Stephen Warnes captures the excitement of travelling by steam train for a summer holiday adventure.

As with all Gibsons jigsaws, we use 100% recycled jigsaw puzzle boards, FSC paper and work with the best artists from all around the world. The beautifully illustrated pieces fit perfectly together and are made from the thickest jigsaw puzzle board on the market

At Gibsons we put the people and planet first. Our jigsaw puzzles are securely sealed with biodegradable clear labels rather than shrink wrap, to reduce plastic waste. We use vegetable-based inks and our jigsaw puzzle pieces are stored in a plastic bag that can be recycled at local centres.

  • High quality 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle
  • Made from thick, durable board that is 100% recycled
  • Puzzle dimensions: 68x49cm
  • Box dimensions: 24x24x6cm
  • Product Code: G6357
  • Comes with a print-out of the jigsaw puzzle image
  • Beautifully illustrated by Stephen Warnes

 

Artist Bio:

Stephen Warnes was born and brought up in northeast Lancashire. He completed his very first painting at the age of six and hasn’t stopped since! His passion for railways developed between the ages of eight and fifteen and coincided with the end of the great age of steam.

Over the years, Stephen Warnes has gained a reputation for producing accessible modern paintings. Often intricate drawings that focus on fascinating social histories, he creates some of Britain's finest railway art.

As well as a high level of technical skill, Stephen has an Honours degree in the Theory and History of Art and in recent years has held public exhibitions to showcase his masterpieces.

Stephen was elected a full member of the Guild of Railway artists in 1994 and he has exhibited nationally at the GRA’s ‘Railart’ exhibitions.

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