Southern Pines Station Puzzle


Size: 24″ x 18″
Artist:  William Mangum
P/N: 50556

Hop aboard and join these children as they start their adventurous journey.  You can just imagine they are on the way to visit their grandparents.  This puzzle features the Southern Pines Station located in Southern Pines, NC.

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5 reviews for Southern Pines Station Puzzle

  1. Andy T.

    WE love it! We live in Southern Pines and our kids were thrilled to find a puzzle of the Southern Pines train station! Thank you.

  2. Deb Dreger

    These puzzles are the most amazing! They are beautiful, well made and always a pleasure when we sit down for a relaxing

    You will love the attention to detail!

    I work a lot of puzzles and truly believe these are the best
    quality on the market!

    Their customer service is amazing as well!

  3. John

    We live in Southern Pines also and have glued the pieces together and mounted it on a display board. We can put it on the coffee table or put it in a frame and hang it. Loved that the depot was picked to depict SP. Karen was so helpful. we ordered two, one for a friend but they had only one in stock. Gave me the first order discount when I added to the order when the second puzzle came in.

  4. Borneman Linda

    Absolutely beautiful puzzle! The puzzle is high quality and the William Mangum’s artwork is always lovely. Thank you!

  5. Kathleen Bartell (verified owner)

    This is a beautiful puzzle and I enjoyed working it. However, I have 2 complaints regarding certain puzzle pieces that caused frustration. The key to starting any puzzle is to get the edge pieces done quickly. There were 2 sky pieces that did not interlock, just butted up to the next piece, leaving me to wonder if I had missed something. And as it was the sky, not something done early or easy. I wasn’t sure of them until near the end when the interior pieces locked everything in place. This was frustrating! Also, several interior pieces had perfectly straight edges, leading one to believe they were edge pieces. This should not be. I would rate this puzzle 5 stars if not for these factors. It would be nice if future puzzles did not have this problem. I still have 3 to go.

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