Britain >Midlands >Stroud Kemble Stonehouse


Collected date 14/05/08

Stroud station sign

Stroud station is on the line between Swindon and Gloucester, and was looking particularly fine in the midday sunshine when we visited.

The front of the station building:

Stroud station front Stroud station front, close view

The station building backs on to platform 1. The rear of the station building seen from the platform opposite:

Stroud station building rear

Under the canopy on platform 1, with the booking hall on the right:

Stroud platform 1 booking hall

Under the canopy at the eastern end of platform 1:

Stroud platform 1 under canopy

Looking east towards the end of platform 1, with a disused platform on the left and the old goods shed, built by Brunel, in the middle distance:

Stroud Brunel goods shed

Looking back westwards at the station buildings from the eastern end of platform 1:

Stroud platforms looking west

The western end of platform 1's canopy:

Stroud platform 1 seen from platform

The footbridge is at the western end of the station, and is covered along its whole length:

Stroud footbridge

Looking east along the line from the footbridge:

Stroud from footbridge looking east

Looking west along the line from the footbridge:

Stroud from footbridge looking west

Exiting the footbridge onto platform 2, one is greeted by the ironwork of the arch spandrels:

Stroud platform 2 arch

An entrance also leads onto platform 2 from the car park:

Stroud platform 2 entrance from
car park

The rear of the building on platform 2:

Stroud platform 2 rear

Platform 2 seen from platform 1:

Stroud platform 2 seen from platform