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Gandalf crossing the Sarn Ford

Sarn Ford was the stone ford on the Brandywine River, on the far southern borders of the Shire.

It was guarded by the Rangers of the North. However, on September 22nd of TA 3018, the Rangers were driven out of Sarn Ford by the Ringwraiths.[1]

Appearances in adaptations

Sarn Ford can be visited in The Lord of the Rings: War in the North, where it serves as a temporary camp for Halbarad's Rangers.

Etymology

Sarn Ford was named by the Númenóreans after Sarn Athrad.[2]

Translations

Foreign Language Translated name
Bulgarian Cyrillic Сарнски брод
Danish Sarnvejle
Dutch Sarnvoorde
Finnish Sarnin kahlaamo
German Sarnfurt
Hebrew מעברת סארן
Italian Sarnoguado
Norwegian Vadestedet Sarn
Sarnvad
Polish Bród Sarn
Russian Сарнский брод
Thai ซาร์นฟอร์ด
Ukrainian Cyrillic Сарнський Брід


Fords of Middle-earth

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


References

  1. The Lord of the Rings, Appendix B: "The Great Years"
  2. Wayne G. Hammond and Christina Scull (eds), The Lord of the Rings: A Reader's Companion, p. 163
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