This week's featured jigsaw puzzle - "The Jolly Fisherman"

The Jolly Fisherman symbol is the official trademark of Skegness Town Council and this statue stands in a prominent position on the sea front. The symbol originated on a railway poster drawn by John Hassall for the Northern Railway Company in 1908. Visitors to Skegness are not welcome in the coronavirus pandemic and businesses are all closed, as are car parks and toilets. The message is you are welcome but not now. Come later.
Click here for more about the history of The Jolly Fisherman.

If you have a landscape shaped image (preferably as a jpeg) that would make a good puzzle,
please send it to me, garth@ilkcam.com for possible inclusion here.

The Jolly Fisherman

Click the picture above to complete a 64 piece puzzle at JS Puzzles.

The alternative Jigzone puzzle below is a 50 piece puzzle.



And if you want more, here's another, different puzzle at jigsawplanet.com

Thirteen Horses in 48 pieces.



Recent Puzzles



Click the image above for a dozen more puzzles many of which have been featured on this page in recent weeks.
The 2002 Favourites



This selection of puzzles is based on the images that were voted as the weekly "Pick A Picture" favourites in 2002.
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This selection contains images submitted by visitors to the site. The copyright of each remains with the original photographer.

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