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Depot Street Puzzles

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  • Perhaps no leader has changed the course of a nation more than Abraham Lincoln – the 16th President of the United States of America. His commitment to preserve the Union and end the institution of slavery led to some of the most consequential events in American history. This captivating Depot Street puzzle portrays a war weary Lincoln in 1863-64, his face etched with the trauma of the 620,000 souls who perished in a brutal war, and concern for the future of a nation hanging in the balance.

     

    Puzzle Size: 19.7 x 27.6 in

    # Pieces: 1,000

    Age: 14+

    Difficulty: 8 / 10

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  • From 1877 to 1882, the town of Bodie – situated just below the Bodie Hills, east of the Sierra Nevada mountain range – thrived from the bounty brought on by the California gold rush. Its buildings still stand in a state of “arrested decay” to this day. Light streams through dusty and faded windows at the once bustling general store, revealing timeless jars and cans still perched on shelves. This 1,000-piece puzzle, featuring the art of photographer Jim Begley, provides a fascinating look into America’s past.

     

    Puzzle Size: 19.7 x 27.6 in

    # Pieces: 1,000

    Age: 14+

    Difficulty: 6 / 10

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  • One look at this classic locomotive and you can almost hear the old steam whistle echoing as it chugs up the valley. In their heyday, these engines moved freight of all types throughout rural America. They were operated by hard-working folks who helped shape this country. This 70-ton Shay locomotive was used by the Little River Lumber and Locomotive Company and is one of the few standard gauge Shays still in existence, making it a quintessential piece of Americana.

     

    Puzzle Size: 19.7 x 27.6 in

    # Pieces: 1,000

    Age: 14+

    Difficulty: 7 / 10

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