The small village of Smardale near Kirkby Stephen was cut off by four feet of flood water.
Rail and road travel has been disrupted across the region as the bad weather continues.
Hawick flood defence plans are on show to the public.
Network rail have said the Carlisle to Seattle line is closed and are unable to say when it will be opened again. These are the problems:
- A landslip in the Smardale area, near Kirkby Stephen.
- Flooding at Stainforth Tunnel
- Flooding at Switches farm
- Flooding at Tatterthwaite
There is also a 20mph speed limit on the West Coast mainline at Tebay.
Flood barriers are going up in Appleby because of concerns about the rising levels of the River Eden. The Environment Agency have issued a flood warning, which means flooding is likely, for Appleby and Bolton village.
The Environment Agency still has flood warnings in place for the Rivers Eden and Caldew in Carlisle. It's also expecting to issue a warning for Appleby. So far the region has escaped any major problems. In Scotland there are five flood warnings across the Borders.
People affected by flooding in west Cumbria are being offered grants of up to £1,000. The Copeland Community Fund has a hardship fund of £50,000 to be given to people who need help with clean up and recovery.
Priority is being given to people over the age of 70, those with children under the age of 5, people with disabilities and those on low incomes. All information can be found at www.cumbriafoundation.org
A meeting in Hawick have been explaining the progress of the town's flood defences.
Hawick suffered serious flooding in 2005 when the River Teviot overflowed prompting Scottish Borders Council to find a solution to the problem.
Flood-risk consultants who have been studying ways of stopping flooding in Hawick say major work won't start for at least three years.
Options will be considered over the next few months on where the flood defences will be.
A scheme could cost between £15 million and £90 million pounds.
The Scottish Government has promised to pay for 80% of it.
People in Hawick are being invited to see the flood scheme for themselves at a display at The Heart Of Hawick building.
Villagers preparing for their party on the anniversary of the Great Corby flood
The stream in Great Corby that caused floods one year ago.
Residents of Great Corby in Cumbria are celebrating repairing their village a year on from severe floods.
Bridges collapsed and homes were wrecked when up to 3 feet of water cascaded through the village.
It all happened in a matter of minutes, but caused months of pain for local people.
Later this afternoon they will celebrate in one of the worst hit cottages, to mark getting their lives back together again.