IHN Hamphire

Welcome to the Industrial Heritage Network HAMPSHIRE  (IHNH) page!

The Hampshire Industrial Archaeology Network has been operating for a few years and has now joined the Industrial Heritage Networks family as the Industrial Heritage Network Hampshire (IHNH).

Our first meeting as IHNH is now confirmed!

This time it’s the Winchester City Mill who are hosting the meeting on the 23rd May – do get in touch if you’re interested in joining us!

Our members:

Basingstoke Canal Society

Bursledon Brickworks

Bursledon Windmill

Eastleigh Museum

Eastney Beam Engine House


Inside the Mill by Brain Pain
Inside the Mill by Brian Pain 

Eling Tide Mill Experience brings together hundreds of years of local, industrial and natural history in one site. The Grade II* Listed Eling Tide Mill is one of the UK’s last two mills regularly harnessing the power of the tide to make flour. Adjacent is the Visitor Centre where visitors can explore the history of the mill and its area. Outside are beautiful walks and opportunities to spot wading wildlife from Bartley Water Boardwalk around the millpond and from the shoreline at Goatee Beach.



Farnborough Air Science Trust

Hampshire Buildings Preservation Trust (Convenors)

Hampshire Industrial Archaeology Society

Hampshire Mills Group

Hampshire Narrow Gauge Railway Trust

Hollycombe Steam Collection

Manor Farm Country Park

Mid Hants Railway

Milestones Museum


NMRN logo

The National Museum of the Royal Navy was newly formed in September 2009 based in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, but also encompasses The Royal Marines Museum, The Royal Navy Submarine Museum, the Fleet Air Arm Museum and Explosion! Museum of Naval Firepower. In 2015, we opened First World War Monitor HMS M.33 to the public, and in 2016 we added HMS Caroline in Belfast, and the Hartlepool Maritime Experience and HMS Trincomalee to the National Museum of the Royal Navy family. Affiliates include HMS Unicorn (Dundee); HMS Wellington (London); the Medusa Trust (Portsmouth); the Coastal Forces Heritage Trust (Portsmouth) and the D-Day Museum (Portsmouth).


Romsey Signal Box
Romsey Signal Box

The old railway signal box at Romsey sits in its own grounds with a range of associated attractions.  The signal box itself has been fully restored to full working order, and visitors of all ages are encouraged to pull the levers to make the signals outside operate.  The site also features a separate miniature signal box, various exhibits (many hands-on), and a small café.  It is open to the public (small charge for adults, children free) on the first Sunday and third Saturday of each month, and other occasions as advertised on the website. Group visits at other times can also be arranged.


Royal Armouries Museum – Fort Nelson

SS Shieldhall

Twyford Waterworks Trust

Whitchurch Silk Mill

Winchester City Mill