Photograph Archive of Public Buildings
provides links to articles, some from past issues of the DPHS magazine and others adapted from talks given to the society. The society has published more than 450 articles in magazines of which only a few have been uploaded. The index to articles can be
. Copies of articles are available from the Archivist, email@example.com. Brown text indicates a live link to a resource
Colin Godmans Farmhouse;
Freshfield Lane Brickworks
The Railway at Sheffield Park (now the Bluebell Line)
transported through this surprisingly busy station
Overview of the History of Danehill Vill
The Tanning Industry in Sussex
, Margaret Holt. Article describes the tanning process, which took more than a year and the wealth that tanners w ere able to accrue.
(based on presentations so large files that will take a little while to download)
Ancient Tracks of Danehill Parish, Part one
Identifying old tracks and the results of the survey of Danehill tracks.
Ancient Tracks of Danehill, Part Two
. How were the tracks of Danehill used? Where did people need to go?
Ancient Tracks Of Danehill, Part Three
Evidence from maps including evolution of the road system as enclosure changed the village landscape.
Dec 18 Ancient Tracks Part Four
, Wych Cross to Lewes Road. Geology, and History of this ancient trackway including the turnpike era.
Dec 23 Final Part
, Wych Cross to Lewes Road the coaching era
A selection of articles, mainly on the architecture and history of All Saints Danehill.
2. A detailed booklet by Derek Rawlings about all the churches and chapels of the parish.
Newspaper articles from 1888 to 1892
telling of the early death of Herbert Hardy in an accident, and the building and consecration of All Saints Church. They paint an interesting picture of the times.
The Village Centre Magazine
, A compilation by Phil Lucas with article by Derek Rawlings (Large file may take a while to download)
, compilation by Derek Rawlings
Isle of Thorns
Stagecoach to Brighton, Sheffield Arms Coaching Inn
Society Report on Tanyard Lane which includes details of the leather industry
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