Landscapes of the Ribble, by Andy Latham

by David Murray on 15 January 2010

in Books, Lancashire, Ribble Valley, Rivers

I have written several times recently about the River Ribble and its tributaries, especially the Hodder. Now, here is a new book to enjoy.

Amazon ImageThe Ribble is substantially a Lancashire river, but in fact rises in the heights above the Yorkshire Dales. These are outstanding landscapes, walking-country par excellence, from the bleakness of the river’s origins to the lushness of the mid and lower stretches of the Ribble Valley, and out past the old Preston Docks to the estuary at Lytham.

This new volume, Landscapes of the Ribble, by photographer Andy Latham (it is his first book) will be a welcome addition to the library of any lover of the region and its rivers.

Book Details:
ISBN-10: 0711230285  –  ISBN-13: 978-0711230286
Publisher: Frances Lincoln (2010)

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