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The Old Ford was the point where the Old Forest Road crossed the river Anduin, about forty miles downriver from the Carrock.[1][2][3]

In an earlier draft of chapter seven of The Hobbit there had been a bridge here but it had long since disappeared.

Translations

Foreign Language Translated name
Afrikaans Oudrif
Amharic ጥንታዊ ወንዝማቋረጥ
Arabic مخاضة القديمة
Armenian Հին Գետանց
Belarusian Cyrillic Стара брод
Bengali প্রাচীন নদী পারাপারের
Bulgarian Cyrillic Старо брод
Catalan Gual Antic
Chinese 古浅滩
Croatian Staro brod
Czech Starý brod
Danish Oldvadested
Dutch Oudvoorde
Estonian Vana koole
Faroese Fornvað
Finnish Vanha kahlaamo
French Vieil Gué
Frisian Aldfurde (Western)
Galician Vao Antigo
German Alte Furt
Greek Αρχαία πέρασμα
Hebrew ה מעברה העתיקה
Hindi पुरानी पायाब
Hungarian Ősigázló
Icelandic Fornvað
Indonesian Arungan Kuno
Italian Vecchio Guado
Japanese 古洗い越し
Kannada ಪ್ರಾಚೀನ ಹಾಯ್ಗಡ
Kazakh Көне брод (Cyrillic) Köne brod (Latin)
Korean 오래된 여울
Latvian Sen brasls
Lithuanian Senoji brasta
Macedonian Cyrillic Старо ?
Norwegian Gammelvadested
Persian گدار باستان
Polish Staro Bród
Portuguese Vau Antigo
Russian Старый брод
Serbian Старо плићак (Cyrillic) Staro plićak (Latin)
Slovak Stará Brod
Slovenian Stara Brod
Spanish Vado Viejo
Swedish Fornvadställe
Tamil பண்டைய நீர்த்துறை
Thai โบราณบริเวณน้ําตื้น
Turkish Eski Nehir geçidi
Ukrainian Cyrillic Давньо брід
Urdu قدیم فورڈ
Vietnamese Chỗ cạn cổ
Welsh Hen Rhyd


Fords of Middle-earth

Arossiach | Brithiach | Budge ford | Ethring | Entwade | Bruinen | Isen | Old Ford | Sarn Athrad | Sarn Ford | Tharbad



References

  1. The Atlas of Middle-earth, Regional "Eriador"
  2. The Atlas of Middle-earth, Regional "The Misty Mountains"
  3. Unfinished Tales, Part Three: The Third Age, I: "Disaster of the Gladden Fields"
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