Hampshire Industrial Archaeology Society
( HIAS )
is an active group with a current
membership of about 80, interested in all aspects of Hampshire's Industrial
Our activities have included surveys of
mills, breweries, brickworks, etc., as well as restoration and preservation.
Visits to places of
IA interest are also arranged and we host and participate in IA
conferences. We have published several monographs and
have an annual Journal, in addition to
Focus, a half yearly newsletter. We meet once a month at the Underhill Centre, St John's Church,
St. John's Road, Hedge End at 7.45 pm, usually with a talk on an IA related
subject (see meetings for details).
meeting is Howard Sprenger talking
on The Withered Arm - A
Personal Journey about
the Southern Railway West of
Exeter on Monday,
June 4, 2018, at 7.45 pm at the
Underhill Centre, Hedge End. See
for directions. Unfortunately, the
previously advertised talk has had
to be cancelled.
HIAS Meetings programme is available
here. A HIAS
leaflet giving details of the
Society is available
Journal 25 for 2017 has been published. Thanks
to the generosity of one of our late
members, Mrs Daphne Meller, we are
now able to make all the journals,
up to and including 2012, available
HIAS is a registered charity, No. 276898.