Watersplash - BrockenhurstOriginally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 25, 2008 by M4Simon
Fording in Brighouse. Thornhills Beck Lane.Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Oct 24, 2009 by jon
Taken on the 14/09/09 at Eynsford, Kent.
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Sep 20, 2009 by Halstead
A ford within Clumber National Park.
Footbridge at Sea Ford
Perhaps not! - Sea Ford
Sea Ford, Naunton Beauchamp
Ford at Lower Harford Farm, near Naunton
Ford at Brook End Seems OK, and seems to have been used. Perhaps not by motor vehicles. Brook End is the hamlet just beyond.
Ford at Brook End The sign at the other end of the ford, on the back of the 'Unsuitable for motor vehicles' one, is 'try your brakes'. So maybe the message is 'if you have just ignored our first sign, please don't ignore our second one'?
Ford at Brook End, Luckington, in 1960 This might bring back memories to members of the General Section of the Bristol DA of the Cyclists' Touring Club.
Fording west of Grosmont, North Yorkshire
Tidally-flooded road at Bosham
Photo of Shore Road, road running around Bosham Channel, where it meets Bosham Lane. Shore Road floods each tide.
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Mar 07, 2007 by ABE
Ford In Ford
Tarr Steps, Devon 1969 .
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Oct 04, 2007 by AAndy
C9 in Notts foundOriginally uploaded to Coppermine on Oct 21, 2006 by ForestChav
The Corratavey (or Irish) bridge This fine arch carries the main road (A2) between Cushendall and Ballycastle over the Corratavey burn. The road under it is part of the 10km drive around Ballypatrick Forest. The driver must negotiate a shallow ford to pass under the bridge as the carriageway and the stream combine under the span. The bridge was built in 1834 by William Bald. He was also one of the chief engineers of the Cushendall to Ballycastle road.
Ford Warning Sign With Different Font Supplementary Plate - Grandborough
View of the warning sign and Use Causeway If Flooded supplementary plate at Grandborough. This sign is at the other end of the ford and differs from the previous photo published of the supplementary plate. This plate was missing at the time of the first photo in earlier May and and this replacement to a different font and size had appeared by 25 May 2007.
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on Jun 03, 2007 by leekman
Ford Sign with Use Causeway Plate below
Ford warning sign with supplementary plate 'Use causeway if flooded' in Grandborough village. It is only signed with this plate from this direction, just ford from the other way. The camber would suggest this would be the deeper side. The causeway is on the right and you would just about get a car through it. May 14 2007
Originally uploaded to Coppermine on May 14, 2007 by leekman
A ford across the River Alyn downstream from Loggerheads.
The ford across the River Alyn downstream from Loggerheads again, this time without all that troublesome water.
There is flowing water about 1/4 mile upstream, and a bit more a few yards downstream, but here there's just the odd pool in a shaded spot.
Ford in the centre of Rolleston-on-Dove, Derbyshire. Ford is obviously little used now... except by children fishing!
A ford in the New Forest, although it was unusually dry at the time.
The ford at Brockenhurst after the December 2013 rainfall
The ford at Little Glenshee
Bridge and old ford The track to the right of the road is presumably what remains of the old ford across the river.
Flooded Road Sutton Gault The Pathway on the right is the only access to the other side if the road.
It is a raised, wooden pathway.
High tide at Bosham Quay
End of the C34 (West Sussex) Where the road is subjected to tidal flooding
Wash Road depth markers - The Ouse Washes near Welney ...