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Snack Wagon Jigsaw Puzzle featuring the painting Snack Wagon by Randy Welborn

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Snack Wagon Jigsaw Puzzle

Randy Welborn

by Randy Welborn




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Product Details

Challenge your brain with a jigsaw puzzle designed by an independent artist!   Our puzzles are made from premium 0.2" thick paper stock and include a semi-gloss coating on the top surface to make the image pop.   Puzzles are available in two different sizes, and each puzzle includes a puzzle box with the artwork printed on the top for safe storage when you're not puzzling.   The puzzle pieces are unique shapes.

Design Details

For more than 43 years, the Snack Wagon stood on the southwest corner of the Allright Parking Lot at Pearl and Liberty in Beaumont, Texas. It opened... more

Care Instructions

Store the puzzle in the provided box at room temperature with low humidity.

Ships Within

3 - 4 business days

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Jigsaw Puzzle Tags

jigsaw puzzles beaumont jigsaw puzzles popcorn jigsaw puzzles texas jigsaw puzzles classic cars jigsaw puzzles 1950 jigsaw puzzles

Painting Tags

paintings beaumont paintings popcorn paintings texas paintings classic cars paintings 1950 paintings

Comments (4)

Ukrainian Artists

Ukrainian Artists

Randy, congratulations on your sale of this wonderful painting!

Dean Wittle

Dean Wittle

Congratulations on your sale!

Sunil Kapadia

Sunil Kapadia


Danis Cheaney

Danis Cheaney

I was there the night the Grand Ole Opry came to Beaumont. My Mom and I went crazy over the really cute boy dressed in white..... his name was Elvis Presley!! I will never forget. I must have this painting ❤️

Artist's Description

For more than 43 years, the "Snack Wagon" stood on the southwest corner of the Allright Parking Lot at Pearl and Liberty in Beaumont, Texas. It opened in Oct. 1949 and closed Dec. 1st, 1992.

For most of those years, Mr. Roy H. Towell, Jr. and his wife, Juanita personally served up the "Best HOTDOGS" in town as well as an assortment of other "goodies" from frozen custard to hot peanuts.

This scene depicts the evening of Tuesday, Jan. 17th, 1956, a rather "historic" day in Beaumont! Appearing at the City Auditorium with other Grand Ole Opry stars was RCA's newest "singing sensation," Elvis Presley! (tickets: $1)

Folks are grabbing a bite to eat before taking in the live show, or perhaps heading for the People's Theatre, where the double feature is "It Came from Beneath the Sea!" and "Creature with the Atomic Brain!"

Notes from the artist:

Since I want my nostalgic 50s era paintings to be authentic in every detail - depicting the theatres, diners and...

About Randy Welborn

Randy Welborn

I remember like it was yesterday... The little black box of PRANG watercolors I received at Christmas when I was seven started me on a lifelong love of drawing and painting. Rendering the images of every comic book character from Mickey Mouse to Superman and Little Lulu furthered my art education. Little Golden Books, "The Color Kittens," taught me the basics of mixing colors. Then a magical experience happened! At the Jefferson Theater in downtown Beaumont, Texas (where I was born and raised), I saw Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." Eagerly I awaited each new release through the years: Pinocchio, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, and Lady and the Tramp. At 12, I started an art notebook and bought my first oil paints. At 14,...