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An iconic favourite that will be a delight to complete for all puzzle lovers. Just 35 sturdy wooden pieces that fit nicely in the hand.
SKU: WP004
£14.99

An iconic favourite that will be a delight to complete for all puzzle lovers. Just 35 sturdy wooden pieces that fit nicely in the hand.

Image is printed underneath to help with locating the correct piece.

Built in 1923 in Doncaster for the London and North Eastern Railway. It was originally numbered 1472. In 1924, it was re-numbered 4472 and officially given the Flying Scotsman name, after the London/Edinburgh rail service. In 1934 the Flying Scotsman was clocked reaching speeds of 100mph - the first ever locomotive to have reached such speeds. The Flying Scotsman was retired in 1963 after 40 successful years of service.

Makes a lovely gift for any age and will inspire conversation and reminiscence. Lovely for  grandparents to assemble with their grandchildren.

Size: (l) 43cm x (w) 33 x (d) 1cm.

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