Gibson Puzzle Crossing the Ribble
- Author Stephen Warnes
- Gift Box
- 500 Pieces
- Size 34x49 cm
- 100% Recycled Board
- Designed e Made in United Kingdom
At Helworth Bridge in the early 1960s, the hames-Clyde Express crosses the Upper Ribblesdale en route from Settle to Carlisle. The convoy was driven by the Royal Scot class 46113 Cameronian. Stephen Warnes was born and raised in northeast Lancashire. He completed his first painting at the age of six and has never stopped since. His passion for railways developed between the ages of eight and fifteen.
Stephen Warnes was elected a full member of the Guild of Railway artists in 1994 and has exhibited nationally in the GRA Railart exhibitions. This 500 piece Gibson Jigsaw Puzzle is packaged in an elegant and compact box, the perfect gift for a puzzle lover! As with all Gibson Jigsaw Puzzle, the beautifully illustrated pieces are made with the best quality on 100% recycled cardboard. It is a pleasure to work them over and over again.
The Ribble river is a legendary flyvfishing river of the Yorkshire Dales with a prolific population of brown trout, grayling and unusually for the Yorkshire Dales, including Atlantic salmon and sea run trout. The Ribble river is very rich in benthic fauna and offers excellent hatches throughout the season.