Places

The places featured here are either on the Gloucester to Sharpness Canal, the banks of the Severn or the Stroudwater Navigation.  The list is incomplete and, hopefully, will be added to from time to time.

Category link: Arlingham
Arlingham
A village on the banks of the River Severn
Category link: Bowbridge
Bowbridge
Village between Stroud and Thrupp
Category link: Bridgend
Bridgend
A hamlet on the banks of the Stroudwater Navigation
Category link: Capel's Mill
Capel's Mill
On the Thames & Severn Canal at Stroud
Category link: Eastington
Eastington
A village bordered by the Stroudwater Canal
Category link: Ebley
Ebley
On the western outskirts of Stroud
Category link: Elmore
Elmore
A village on the banks of the River Severn
Category link: Epney
Epney
A hamlet on the banks of the River Severn
Category link: Framilode
Framilode
A village on the banks of the River Severn and the Stroudwater Navigation
Category link: Frampton on Severn
Frampton on Severn
Village close to the canal and river
Category link: Fretherne
Fretherne
Village between Arlingham and Frampton on Severn
Category link: Fromebridge
Fromebridge
Hamlet close to the River Frome and A 38
Category link: Longney
Longney
Village on the banks of the River Severn
Category link: Newtown
Newtown
A hamlet bordered by the Stroudwater Canal
Category link: Purton
Purton
Village on the banks of the River Severn
Category link: Saul
Saul
The village of Saul
Category link: Stanley Mill, Ryeford
Stanley Mill, Ryeford
Woking Life at Stanley Mill
Category link: Stonehouse Town
Stonehouse Town
District of Stonehouse
Category link: Thames & Severn
Thames & Severn
This canal connects the Stroudwater canal to the River Thames
Category link: The Junction, Saul, Gloucestershire
The Junction, Saul, Gloucestershire
The Stroudwater Navigation and the Gloucester to Sharpness Canal meet at the Junction
Category link: Wallbridge
Wallbridge
The start of the Thames & Severn Canal in Stroud
Category link: Whitminster
Whitminster
Village close to the A38 and the Stroudwater Navigation and Gloucester Berkeley Ship Canal