Previous numbers of Sussex Industrial History still available

  • 2 (1971) Dolphin Motors of Shoreham; Lime Kilns in Central Sussex.
  • 5 (1972/3) East Sussex Milestones; West Brighton Estate; A Bridge for Littlehampton
  • 20 (1990) William Cooper, Millwright; Foredown Isolation Hospital; The Ford Trimotor
    and Ford Aerodrome.
  • 22 (1992) Swiss Gardens, Shoreham; Brighton Brewers; Mill Bibliography;
    Beddingham. Kiln.
  • 24 (1994) Pullinger's Mouse Trap Manufactory; Ice Houses; Forest Row Mills;
    Lewes Old Bank; Lumley Mill; Estate Industry
    at the Hyde; Slindon Bread Ovens.
  • 27 (1997) Sheffield Park Garden; Brighton Tunbridge Ware Industry; Railway Cutting
    Excavation; Eastbourne Mills;
    Tunnels of South Heighton; Sussex Lime Kilns.
  • 32 (2002) Henry Turner, Brickmaker, Crawley Water Company, Tamplins, Brewers,
    Ifield Steam Mill, Burgess Hill Pug Mill.
  • 33 (2003) H.A. Waller & Sons; Electrical Generation at High Salvington;
    C.V.A./Kearney & Trecker; Cocking Lime Works; Nutley Windmill; Longleys at
    Christs Hospital
  • 34 (2004) West Sussex Brewers; Swanbourne Pumphouse; Hammond Family and
    Mills; Shoreham Cement Works; Pullinger’s Registered Designs; Balcombe Road
    Forge, Crawley
  • 35 (2005) Halsted & Sons of Chichester; Swanbourne Pump House, Arundel;
    Concrete Shipbuilding at Shoreham; Turnpike Roads to Chichester, Petworth and
  • 36 (2006) The British Syphon Company; Turnpike Roads to Arundel, Worthing and
    Littlehampton; Brewers of East Sussex; West Hill Cliff Railway, Hastings—Engine
    Room; The Lamp Posts of Ditchling
  • 37 (2007) Poynings Mills; Lavington Park Pump House; Tollhouse and Milestone
    Survey; A Colonel Stephens ‘Find’; CVA Eaton Road, Hove; Cowfold and Henfield
    Turnpike (Part 1).
  • 38 (2008) Brighton Brewers; Rottingdean Mill; Turnpikes to Horsham; Cowfold and
    Henfield Turnpike (Part 2); CVA at Coombe Road Brighton.
  • 45 (2015) Supplement- Phoenix Ironworks;
  • 46 (2016) Architecture of TH Myers for the LBSCR; Bedfordwell pumping station, Eastbourne; Brighton tram shelters; Turnpikes to Battle and Hastings; Hempstead early fulling mill.
  • 47 (2017) Sussex railway architecture; Southdown bus garages and bus stations;  Manor Royal, Crawley; Fifty years of windmill restoration; Coultershaw beam pump.
  • 48 (2018) The boys on the plaque; Brighton power stations; The Pepper Pot; Brighton tram & bus shelters; Turnpikes to Rye.
  • 49 (2019) Sussex building materials; Lime burning at Amberley; West Blatchington windmill; Singleton station; Malting in East Sussex; Turnpike survey.
  • 50 (2020) The railway architecture of James Robb Scott; The demise of vernacular housing materials; malting in West Sussex; Turnpike survey part two; Southerham cement works.
  • 51 (2021) The history of Newhaven cement works; Chichester gasworks; Bond Street, Brighton-a street at work over time; reconstructing the past; Bishopstone Tidemills and its impact on landscape.
  • 52 (2022) Tivoli mill, St. Leonards; Post-medieval minepits in Horham; Photographic portrait studios in Victorian Brighton; The Chalk Pit Furlong, Brighton; Barrow mills; A Sussex industrial village-South Heighton.
  • 53 (2023) Brighton photographic portrait studios part 2; The Selsey Tramway; Barnham windmill;; The Chalk Pit Furlong, Brighton part 2. The original Southdown bus garage, Lewes; A bus station and new bus garage for Lewes.

For a list of the articles in volumes no longer available for sale see Sussex Industrial History 25 (1995).
The Honorary Secretary is prepared to quote for photocopying articles in these issues.

Also available:

  • F. Gregory, A Sussex Water Mill Sketchbook
  • M Beswick, Brickmaking in Sussex (revised edn. 2001)
  • Alan H.J. Green, The History of Chichester's Canal £10.00