Val Goldfinch’s 1960s high street Bouquets, Beads and Bloomers' jigsaw puzzle has been extended to include three new independent shops. Step in to Styled by Sally and step out with a beehive.
Cambridge 636pc Jigsaw Puzzle Cambridge is the city that has inspired great minds from Charles Darwin to Stephen Hawking. The University of Cambridge was officially started in 1209 by an association of scholars who actually came from Oxford. There are now 31 colleges and the University library holds 29 million books.
The famous Glenfinnan viaduct carries the railway to Glenfinnan Station across a 1,000 ft span, 100 ft above the ground. A Jacobite steam train runs to Fort William and Mallaig in summer months with regular trains available the rest of the year. The viaduct also featured in the Harry Potter films, the Hogwarts Express carrying the school children to...
On a warm July day in 1957, the down ’Bournemouth Belle’, hauled by ‘Merchant Navy’ pacific No. 35012 ‘United States Lines’, sweeps round the curve through Brockenhurst Station.
Railroad Crossing 636pc Jigsaw Puzzle It’s the last day of school before the summer holidays and everyone is in a jubilant mood! As the steam train leaves the station to take holidaymakers to the coast, the children practice their skipping and bid goodbye to the departing passengers.
Known for it’s rich fishing heritage, Staithes was once one of the largest fishing ports on the North East coast of England. In its heyday there were just under 300 men engaged in fishing and delivering their catch to the rest of the United Kingdom. This stunning scene is by Roger Neil Turner who is well known for his delightful harbour paintings
This puzzle highlights the stunning images of Whitby’s skyline, which is dominated by the ruins of St. Hilda’s Abbey, high on the East Cliff. Down below, a maze of alleyways and narrow streets run to the busy quayside. St Mary’s, whose churchyard gave Bram Stoker inspiration to write his novel Dracula, can also be seen.