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: http://www.whitehillcementworks.co.uk/