is a village on Thomas' Branch Line in the Els Valley with a population of 500. The nearby River Els flows underneath a bridge (based on the bridge at Maidenhead, built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel) and enters the Sudrian Sea at Knapford.

The station at Elsbridge has a large overhead footbridge.

At Elsbridge, there is a field which is used for sports such as cricket, football, golf and rugby.

At one time, Elsbridge was the top station of the Knapford and Elsbridge Light Railway. After the formation of the North Western Railway and the opening of Anopha Quarry in 1914, the line was extended to Ffarquhar.