Ford, Marsett. Busk Lane enters Cragdale Water
Bluestone Ford near Chirnside. A crossing of Whiteadder Water after heavy rainfall.
Mossburn Ford, Jed Water.
The road to Lickhurst Farm, near Chipping.
Ford, Tarras Water. A fairly shallow ford on the farm road between Perterburn and Middlemoss.
Ford, Potsloan. A shallow ford on a remote forestry road.
Ford, Ridley Shiel.
Ford near Arkesden. On the road between Arkesden and Duddenhoe End, only occasionally wet.
Ford, Moreton Pinkney. A shallow ford on the western edge of the village.
Ford near Hamsterley.
Ford near Shap. A crossing through the River Lowther, with stepping stones at the side.
Ford, Langley Lower Green. Culverted ford, usually dry.
Ford, Melkinthorpe. A shallow crossing of the River Leith.
Ford and bridge, Hamsterley Forest. Through/over Spurlswood Beck, at the entrance to the Blackling Hole car park.
Ford, Gill House. A ford on an unmade road near Langrigg.
Ford through Eye Water at East Reston Mill. Deep due to heavy rain.
Ford through Leet Water between Leitholm and Marlfield.
Ford on the old road, south of Ilderton. The old road south of Ilderton fords Roddam Burn here in a wooded dell.
Ford, Hamsterley Forest. A ford take the forest road through Ayhope Beck.
Ford through Kale Water near Morebattle.
Ford near Netherton. A ford takes this green lane through Scrainwood Burn, near Netherton.
Ford and farm, Glendinning. There are two fords at the entrance to Glendinning. This is the deeper one, through Meggat Water.
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, River Coquet, Harbottle. Wide, deep and rough ford though the Coquet next to Harbottle Castle.
Ford, New Trows. River Nethan
Ford between Spott and Halls.
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, Nether Wallop. Wallop Brook
Ford, Devil's Water, Embley. A shallow concrete ford take the track though Devil's Water.
Ford, Coastley. A small watersplash takes the lane (which immediately becomes a bridleway) through Darden Burn.
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 through River Dorn. At the point where the road becomes a bridleway, with Poor Bridge alongside.
Ford near Thurston Mains. Signposted as a ford, but culverted.
Ford near Mallows Green. At a road junction, this ford only comes to life during wet spells.
Ford, Hamsterley Forest. A ford through Euden Beck, behind The Grove.
Ford, Clapper's Farm, near Silchester. Usually shallow, but pictured here after heavy rain.
Ford, Hownam Grange. Kale Water
Ford, Drumelzier. River Tweed
Ford, Cambwell. Looking westwards
Ford, Low Cranecleugh.
Ford, Broughton. Wallop Brook
Ford, Hamburn Hall.
Ford and farm, Cocklawfoot.
Ford near Gayle.
A second ford near Arborfield. A wider, deeper ford on a byway with a sewage treatment works nearby.
Ford near Chipping. With stepping stones
Ford near Hamsterley.