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Cocking Lime Works

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Location type: Quarry
Location address: United Kingdom, Chichester
Number of texts: 1
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Cocking Lime Works and its associated chalk quarry are abandoned industrial sites in the South Downs of England. They are situated to the south of the village of Cocking, West Sussex, close to the South Downs Way. The works are on land owned by the Cowdray Estate and are not open to the public. Cocking was the source of lime used for the manufacture of Midhurst White bricks and for agricultural purposes.

Linked themes: History, Industry, Geology

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