Hest Bank Whitsun 1961
500 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle

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Inquisitive faces peer through the windows of the Hest Bank camping coaches as a ‘Princess Coronation’ class Pacific No.46254 ‘City Of Stoke-On-Trent’ rushes north through the station in Lancashire on a Birmingham to Glasgow express and the 1053 Workington-London Euston slides into the up platform double-headed by a ‘Patriot’ 4-6-0 No.45507 ‘Royal Tank Corps’ and a ‘Jubilee’ 4-6-0. Hest Bank station was opened by the Lancaster & Carlisle Railway in 1846 and closed by British Railways in 1969.

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 500 piece jigsaw puzzle
• Made from thick, durable board that is 100% recycled
• Puzzle dimensions: 48x34cm
• Box dimensions: 20.5 x 20.5 x 5cm
• Product Code: G3145
• Comes with a print-out of the jigsaw puzzle image
• Beautifully illustrated by Philip Hawkins

Artist Bio:
After graduating from Birmingham College of Art Philip Hawkins pursued a career as a technical illustrator in the railway industry and then as a press photographer and freelance illustrator through further career changes before concentrating on fine art.

A childhood spent in Birmingham surrounded by the sight and sounds of trains coupled with an enduring passion for railways influenced his decision to specialise in the subject. This fascination and a natural artistic talent have combined to make his work highly sought after worldwide. He has travelled extensively in pursuit of his quarry and drawings, photographs and notes of reference all serve to add a very personal note to his work.

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