Back in 1967, Waterloo Station was filled with the hustle and bustle of busy commuters! Waterloo Station was painted by the renowned railway artist Terence Cuneo and was his largest work of art, measuring 20ft by 10ft. Whilst painting the scene, Cuneo featured himself, his wife and daughter, and even a couple of politicians in the painting, including Harold Wilson being barked at by a bulldog! In 2007, a bronze statue of Terence Cuneo was erected in Waterloo Station to commemorate the celebrated artist. This 636 piece jigsaw puzzle is the same width as a standard 1,000 piece, but not as tall to create a panoramic scene. Box size 41 x 21 x 5cm, completed puzzle size 69 x 32cm.