Online Studies

A selection of studies related to the Stroudwater Canal that are available on other websites.

Stroudwater canal features that were influenced by the construction and operation of the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal. Hugh Conway-Jones. GSIA Website, Project S01. PDF https://gsia.org.uk/canals/projects/s01_hcj_features.pdf

The impact of the Stroudwater Canal on the domestic and commercial life of Eastington. Stephen Mills. GSIA Website, Project S03. PDF https://gsia.org.uk/canals/projects/s03_sjm_coal.pdf

The design, constuction and role of the World War 2 pillboxes along the Stroudwater Canal. Alan Strickland. GSIA Website, Project S04. PDF https://gsia.org.uk/canals/projects/s04_ars_pillboxes.pdf

The Ford Brothers at Ryeford Mill in the third quarter of the nineteenth century. Peter Ford. GSIA Website, Project S13. PDF https://www.gsia.org.uk/canals/projects/s13_pf_ford.pdf

Stroudwater Canal Cranes: (Part One), by Ray Wilson. GSIA Website, Journal [1994] pp.57-62. https://gsia.org.uk/reprints/1994/gi199457.pdf

Stroudwater Canal Cranes: (Part Two) The Dudbridge Crane, by Ray Wilson. GSIA Website, Journal [1995] pp.21-25. https://gsia.org.uk/reprints/1995/gi199521.pdf

Coal Pen At Ryeford Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, by Joan Tucker. GSIA Website, Journal [2001] pp.30-33. https://gsia.org.uk/reprints/2001/gi200130.pdf

Coal And Steam - The Arrival of Steam Power in Stroud’s Woollen Mills, by Stephen Mills. GSIA Website, Journal [2004] pp.42-52. https://gsia.org.uk/reprints/2004/gi200442.pdf