Monthly Archives: March 2010

White Hill Cement Works


White Hill is is based on one of the small cement works that once flourished in the Adur Valley in West Sussex, but have sadly, long since closed. It represents a typical cement works that was part of a much larger system with all of the various works inter-connected by means of a narrow gauge railway system. The scene is set in the late 1960′s when operations were being run down and their was a general air of dereliction about the place.

This fine layout by Mark Hesketh features both 2′ (O14) and 2’4″ (O16.5) gauges. Full details can be found here: