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  1. KPUrban_

    Great Britain Shoreham Cement, December 2018

    Shoreham Cement Works. Image from the CementKilns website The works them selves are dug within the chalk pits which the raw materials for the cement was mined from with the production of cement beginning in 1883. The works are in the ideal spot for producing cement as they had river...
  2. MrObvious

    Shoreham Cement Works - July 2016

    History    This site was originally the home of the largest employer in the area, but now after 20 years, the majority of its towering structures are now empty. There has been a limestone quarry on this site since 1851, which in conjunction with the nearby Shoreham and Steyning Railway...
  3. Perjury Saint

    Shoreham Cement Works... March '15

    Lately I have seem to have developed a real penchant for sprawling, rusty industrial stuff... So a visit to this one was LONG overdue! And ive not seen pipes quite as big as this since them big blue buggers at Pye!! An absolute must if youre into your 'Industrials'... ...Shoreham Cement...
  4. AndyK!

    Shoreham Cement Works, West Sussex - April 2014

    Shoreham Cement Works West Sussex 1. The twin kilns run the length of the building History The Beeding Portland Cement Company was founded in 1878 and began producing cement at the site in Upper Beeding near Shoreham in 1883. Six Johnson Chamber kilns were used and could produce up to...
  5. C

    Shoreham Cement Works, West Sussex. June 13

    Shoreham Cement works June 13. Due to security presence, we were confined to the one building...but what a big building to be stuck in! Thanks for looking, hope you enjoyed! :)
  6. mde

    Great Britain Covering old ground - shoreham, Feb 2013

    Back in Feb, me and my regular exploring buddy decided to check out Shoreham Cement Works. There are loads of old pictures/reports from this location but it seems to have fallen out of fashion recently (not sure why as we don’t have a lot of industry in this part of the UK). As expected...