The River Bradford is a river in Peak District National Park in England. Its source is near Middleton-by-Youlgrave and after passing below Youlgreave it joins the River Lathkill at Alport. Less than 2 miles in length, its waters are very clear due to the limestone rock over which it flows, and its width has been enhanced by a number of weirs which also encourage white-throated dippers to breed in the pounds created. The valley is known as Bradford Dale, and the Limestone Way passes through it.
Coordinates: 53°10′36″N 1°40′20″W / 53.17670°N 1.67220°W