The hulking, asbestos-clad remains of the cement works just north of Shoreham make a pretty uninviting prospect and I wouldn’t recommend that you go under the wire to have a look, especially as I have already done it and you can see the results here. A wander through the main stone crushing plant and some of the outbuildings and workshops show just how derelict and dangerous it had become. Added in September 2006 is additional footage of the main offices, views from the river including the wharf and a panoramic view of the quarry from on top of the Downs. Much of what is featured here has subsequently been demolished.
Also, newly in 2007 is footage from inside the perimeter fence on the south side on the structure. Views of the quarry from Truleigh hill and the Sompting bostal road have also been added to give a sense of scale to this huge site.