Ford near Arborfield. A deep ford on byway just off B3030.
Ford and village, Bassenthwaite. A ford gives access to a field from the village. The mountain in the background is Skiddaw.
Ford, Killpallet. On the boundary between Lothian and Borders, a culverted ford.
Ford, north of Ilderton. The rough road between Ilderton and South Middleton here fords Lilburn Burn.
Ford below Monynut Edge. Signposted as a ford, but no more than a puddle.
Ford through Bowmont Water near Sourhope.
Ford near Moss Peteral. A small ford takes the lane onwards towards Moss Peteral from Greenhead.
Ford through Tima Water at Deephope near Ettrick.
Ford through Eden Water at Nenthorn.
Ford near Cooper's End. On a Roman Road, now a byway.
Ford through Wreigh Burn, near Snitter Windyside.
Ford and farmland near Burradon. The track fords Foxton Burn here, between Low Burradon and Sharperton Edge.
Ford, Peth Foot. Ford takes a rough lane through Devil's Water.
Former ford, Knock Shield. Formerly the site of a ford. Nowadays a culvert takes the stream under the road. However, the provision of a footbridge suggests that the water may still inundate the road a…
Irish bridge, Solmain. This Irish bridge (culverted ford) takes the road over Cam Beck.
Irish bridge, Ulgham. This Irish bridge (culverted ford) takes the road over the River Lyne. It acquires proper ford status after heavy rain.
Irish bridge, Little Ryle. An Irish bridge (culverted ford) carries the old road between Little Ryle and Great Ryle over the River Aln.
Irish bridge, Kirkharle. An Irish bridge (culverted ford) on a cul-de-sac in Kirkharle
Irish bridge, Devil's Water. This Irish bridge (culverted ford) takes the road over Devil's Water, near Renny's Barn. Will acquire proper ford status after heavy rainfall.
Wiza Beck, Wigton. The site a ford, now disused, with footbridge alongside.
Windy Hill, part-time ford. After some decent rainfall this becomes a ford, hence the small footbridge.
Ford, Moreton Pinkney. A shallow ford on the western edge of the village.
Ford and farm, Glendinning. There are two fords at the entrance to Glendinning. This is the deeper one, through Meggat Water.
Ford, Tarras Water. A fairly shallow ford on the farm road between Perterburn and Middlemoss.
Ford, Ridley Shiel.
Ford near Netherton. A ford takes this green lane through Scrainwood Burn, near Netherton.
Ford near Arkesden. On the road between Arkesden and Duddenhoe End, only occasionally wet.
Ford near Shap. A crossing through the River Lowther, with stepping stones at the side.
Ford, Melkinthorpe. A shallow crossing of the River Leith.
Ford near Hamsterley.
Ford, Langley Lower Green. Culverted ford, usually dry.
Ford, Gill House. A ford on an unmade road near Langrigg.
Ford through Leet Water between Leitholm and Marlfield.
Ford through Eye Water at East Reston Mill. Deep due to heavy rain.
Ford through Kale Water near Morebattle.
Ford, Potsloan. A shallow ford on a remote forestry road.
Ford and bridge, Hamsterley Forest. Through/over Spurlswood Beck, at the entrance to the Blackling Hole car park.
The road to Lickhurst Farm, near Chipping.
Mossburn Ford, Jed Water.
Ford near Hamsterley.
Bluestone Ford near Chirnside. A crossing of Whiteadder Water after heavy rainfall.
Ford, River Coquet, Harbottle. Wide, deep and rough ford though the Coquet next to Harbottle Castle.
Ford, River West Allen, Limestone Brae. A byway here fords the River West Allen in the valley deep below the hamlet of Limestone Brae.
Ford between Spott and Halls.
Ford, New Trows. River Nethan
Ford at Abbey St Bathans. The more northerly of two fords through Whiteadder Water at Abbey St Bathans. Usually a wide, shallow and smooth crossing, but a torrent in picture after heavy rainfall.
Ford, Devil's Water, Rawgreen. There are two fords in quick succession on this rough lane. This is the deeper one, through Devil's Water.
Ford near Thurston Mains. Signposted as a ford, but culverted.
Bird Ridding Wath. The River Cover