In today's post, 27th June 2016, I am using photographs of jigsaws featuring more locomotives designed by (Sir) Nigel Gresley.
The first photograph shows a Gresley 'A1' / 'A3' class 'Pacific' (or 4-6-2) - No.60037 Hyperion, named after a Derby winner. The loco is pictured in close up in David M. West's excellent painting titled Hyperion. The locomotive was built at the LNER's Doncaster Works in 1934 as an 'A1' class design but upgraded to 'A3' class in 1948. She was withdrawn from service in 1963 and scrapped in the following year. The jigsaw, made by Moat House Products, is a 500-piece example and Wests' artwork includes a water crane and a girder support. Because the jigsaw lacks further pictorial interest it is more likely to be preferred by railway enthusiasts.
The second picture features the interior of the locomotive shed, at Tyseley. The main locomotive in Terence Cuneo's artwork, is the Gresley 'K4' class 2-6-0 (or 'Mogul') No. 3442 The Great Marquess; the jigsaw is a Waddingtons' 1000-piece example. No.3442 was built at the LNER's Darlington Works in 1938 and was withdrawn from service in 1961. She is preserved and usually displays her BR No.61994. She is currently under overhaul. As the painting location is Tyseley, No.3442 is flanked by GWR locomotives - a diesel shunter is partly visible on the right. I must add that the my own jigsaw picture does not do justice to the Cuneo original; it is far too dark.