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Jigsaw puzzles featuring Roundhouse Park - Now and Then!

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If you are like myself, you have done many jigsaw puzzles in the past. Well, now you can work on jig saw puzzles featuring scenes in Roundhouse Park - now and in the past.

Larry Fisher is a renowned artist who has produced many paintings and prints of railway scenes. His well known painting (shown in an image below) of the Roundhouse in the era when we transitioned from steam to diesels is now available as a jig saw puzzle from, a company who produces rail-themed merchandise for parties and other uses. This is a 550 piece puzzle which results in a 24 inch by 15 inch replica of the painting. Click here to access the puzzle directly.

At their site they also have a puzzle featuring the famous Bayview Junction, also in a painting by Larry Fisher. Click here to access the puzzle directly.

Many of us own copies of these terrific prints. Both of these prints are still available from Heritage Art Productions.

If you don’t have the patience to wait for your physical puzzle to arrive, you can do another puzzle online at no cost using your computer. It is great fun. But if you do try it, make sure that you have an hour or so to spend to complete it as if you shut down your browser or your computer, you will lose your partially completed puzzle. This puzzle features our vinegar car posing in front of Cabin D. In the image above, you will see the partially completed puzzle to whet your appetitie. We will give you a few days to complete the puzzle before sharing the final result with you. Click here to access the Vinegar Car puzzle.

Thanks to James Rasor for bringing these puzzles to our attention.


Posting by Russ Milland

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