The halt was between Stroud and Stonehouse, and originally consisted of a pair of ground level platforms, but these were subsequently replaced by standard height platforms along with GWR pagoda style shelters. The platforms were later reconstructed in concrete and the down platform had a basic metal shelter. Access to the halt was from the adjacent foot crossing and for a while, a small wooden ticket office on the down side of the Stroud end of the platform, adjacent to the foot crossing.

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Drive over Cloth Mills Bridge. Enter the barrier controlled car park on the right.

We’ve been helping children and young people for 147 years.

You will be given the exit code when you purchase your boat trip ticket.

In 1870-72, John Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Ebley like this:

We are a small fellowship of Christian believers located in Ebley, Stroud, Gloucestershire.

Free parking, for the duration of your trip, is available in Ebley Mill Visitors car park.

Our task as directed by our Lord in the closing verses of Matthew 28 is to take the gospel to the houses within these areas. 

We are hoping to present a cheque to Longfield Hospice from the money raised by the Easter cake sales.

Young people live at Action for Children Kingfishers for an average of 2 years, before moving on to their own tenancies. Our services include:

Ebley Crossing Halt was opened on 12 October 1903 on what is now the Golden Valley Line between Stroud and Stonehouse. This line was opened in 1845 as the Cheltenham and Great Western Union Railway from Swindon to Gloucester and this was one of many small stations and halts built on this line for the local passenger service.

Looking towards Ebley, Cashes Green and Cainscross from the top of Selsley Common

Depart Ebley Mill Wharf and cruise west through Ryeford Double Lock. Then cruise on through the Ryeford Pedestrian Swing Bridge, through the hamlet of Ryeford and under the old skew railway bridge. Continuing to cruise in a westerly direction you will next pass through Upper Mills Bridge and on under Bridgend Bridge to pass Stonehouse wharf on the right.

The members, who have come from a number of different denominational backgrounds our now serving our Lord in the area.

Kingfishers is within walking distance of the local bus route between Stroud and Stonehouse, which both have mainline train stations.Referrals to Kingfishers can come from a social worker, family member or other professional. We will invite you to look round, complete an entry assessment and find out whether Kingfishers is the right placement for you or your child. For more information on this and what you can expect from a placement at Kingfishers, please contact us.

EBLEY, a village in Stonehouse parish, Gloucester; 2¼ miles E of Stroud. It has an Independent chapel.

No need to book – Just turn up and have fun!

This halt was served by the Gloucester to Chalford local passenger services, known as the Chalford Auto.

The halt opened on 12 October 1903[1] with the introduction of the Great Western Railway (GWR) steam railmotor services between Stonehouse and Chalford.

In 2008 Norah Fry carried out some independent research on Kingfishers, the overall findings on how well we achieve our aims were:

The trip boat Perseverance is licensed to carry twelve passengers. It is fitted with a picnic table and toilet compartment. The boat and crew can be chartered throughout the year for periods of two, three, four or more hours. Reunions, birthday parties, picnics & pirate adventures are so much better on a boat!

Sat Nav users will be assisted by the post code GL5 4UB closest to the Operations Wharf. (Stroud District Council Offices at Ebley Mill)

The Pilot Inn Sellars Rd, Hardwicke, Gloucester GL2 4QD

GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, History of Ebley, in Stroud and Gloucestershire | Map and description, A Vision of Britain through Time.

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We enable young people to develop independence, take responsibility for their lives and to manage the transition from adolescence to adulthood. The ultimate aim of a young person's placement at Kingfishers is for them to develop the skills that will enable them to live in their own homes within their community with minimal support.

These comments were taken from our latest 2012 feedback questionnaire:

Closure of the halt came on 2 November 1964[1] following the withdrawal of local stopping passenger services on the line. No trace of the halt remains today, although the foot crossing still exists.

Over the years Stroud has grown and we now have thousands of houses around the chapel in the Cashes Green, Cainscross and Ebley areas of the town.

And finally… Click here to find out more about the Cotswold Canals Trust’s two other Trip Boat Operations

Saturdays & Bank Holiday Mondays Easter to 1st October inclusive 12noon – 4.30pm 25 minute cruises


For information on how to apply for a vacancy contact Lisa McColl on 01453 823635.

Additional information about this locality is available for Stonehouse