An online guide to every UK ford, watersplash and tidal road
A county by county guide of splash-down river fords, tidal roads and low water crossings throughout the UK. Please take particular care when crossing all fords and floodwater (some tips and advice are available here). wetroads is simply a record of Welsh, Irish, Scottish and English fords at the turn of the millenium and the inclusion of a ford in this guide does not guarantee that the ford is a public right of way or is safe to cross.
If you enjoy taking part in adventurous driving activities like driving off-road, or racing, it's very important you make sure you are covered by your car insurance policy - you may be required to purchase additional cover for more extreme activities. For public hire vehicles, contact DNA Taxi Insurance for a competitive quote online. Also, read our guidelines for crossing fords and make sure your vehicle is well maintained.
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A massive 2105 fords now identified and online including 1938 full listings with images, plus an extra 46 fords overseas!
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Last updated 13th August 2013:
Compiled by Dr Lee Chapman. Please email to be put on the distribution list for future updates.
Blaendoithie in Ceredigion, Biggin Mill, Buxton and Stubbing in Derbyshire, Ilsington in Devon, Fifehead St Quintin and Nether Compton in Dorset, Black Notley and The Broomway Tidal Byway in Essex, Battlescombe, Duntisbourne Rouse and Gorsley in Gloucestershire, Stratfield Turgis in Hampshire, Cladach in Highlands & Islands, Derringstone and Ickham in Kent, White Hough in Lancashire, Hallaton in Leicestershire, Snitterby in Lincolnshire, The Pen in Lothian & Falkirk, Scoot More in Moray, Biggin Wood in North Yorkshire, Deene in Northamptonshire, Elsdonburn, Longhorsley, Longknowe, Roddam, Rowhope, Southernknowe, The Knocks and Whiteburnshank in Northumberland, Shirebrook in Nottinghamshire, Abercrai in Powys, Ford and Winkhill in Staffordshire, Eye, Stoven and Theberton in Suffolk, Greengates in West Yorkshire.