Canadian Pacific - The Scenic Dome Route, 1955

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Canadian Pacific - The Scenic Dome Route in 1955 - 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle. Finished size: 19.25" x 26.5". Artist: Roger Couillard. Released Fall 2012. Canadian Pacific Railway is a historic Canadian Class I railroad founded in 1881, headquartered in Calgary, Alberta.

Eurographics puzzles - superior-quality piece by piece. Made from recycled board, image printed on recycled paper. Ink is vegetable based.

Pieces 1000
Age Adult
Manufacturer Eurographics
Theme Canada, Trains, Vintage
Product Type Jigsaw Puzzle
Mfg. Part Number 6000-0322
UPC Number 628136603225
Item Number 67315
Store Location(s) FG3E8, FG4C1


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5 Stars Malory - Decatur, GA
Quality: Excellent (100%)
Value: Excellent (100%)
Difficulty: Easy
Would Recommend: Yes
Really enjoyed this puzzle. The picture is beautiful. I love vintage ads. (I have several of the Canadian Pacific series and like all of them.) The darker pieces were the most challenging. But, overall, it's fairly easy to put together. Especially loved the train section. Looks great when done.
4 Stars Valerie - St Joseph, MO
I have taken a train across Canada and enjoyed it quite a lot, which is why I liked the picture here. The puzzle was fun to do and a little bit of a challenge with all the black (bottom and mountain). The pieces fit together well so you know when it's the right one. I also liked the weird shapes of some of them.

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