As Stroud had another station, Stroud Wallbridge, opened by the Midland Railway the GWR station was known as Stroud Great Western and later Stroud Central. After the closure of the other station in the late 1940s the name simply became Stroud.
Stroud retains it's original station buildings with a footbridge between the two platforms and a ticket office.
|Station frontage, rather less imposing than some other Brunel designs|
|Both platforms have canopies|
|Looking down the line to Swindon, former bay siding on the left|
|Station building on the Cheltenham platform|
|The station is managed by the GWR's modern namesake|
|GWR 43 154 arrives with a Gloucester bound HST|