Austen, Brian, Turnpikes to Lewes and Newhaven, Sussex Industrial History, 2012, 42, 27-43. [PDF]
Elliott, Thomas, Remarks on the probable site of the British city and Roman station of Anderida, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1877, 27, 152-165.
Includes brief mention with Lewes as apex of Roman roads, p. 164.
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Evans, Tom, George Shiffner and the Offham Chalkpit Railway, Sussex Industrial History, 1985, 15, 15-18. [PDF]
Farrant, John H., Civil Engineering in Sussex around 1800, and the Career of Cater Rand, Sussex Industrial History, 1974, 6, 2-14. [PDF]
Cater Rand was from Lewes.
Farrant, John H., Shipowning at Newhaven in the Later 19th Century, Sussex Industrial History, 1978, 8, 17-23. [PDF]
Of the 17 ships registered with the port of Newhaven in 1872 eight had Lewes owners.
Gibbs, D.F., Farrant, J.H., The Upper Ouse Navigation, 1790-1868, Sussex Industrial History, 1970, 1, 23-40. [PDF]
Hewlett, Geoffrey, The Coach Roads to Brighton, Pen Press, 2014.
Includes 4 chapters on the “Lewes Route”.
Kelly, Nick, The Upper Ouse Navigation, Sussex Industrial History, 2014, 44, 23-34. [PDF]
An abridged version of author’s unpublished dissertation.
Margary, Ivan D., The London-Lewes Roman Road: a Guide to the Visible Remains at Holtye and on Ashdown Forest, Sussex Archaeological Society, 1939.
Margary, Ivan D., A new Roman road to the coast, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 1933, 74, 16-43.
Road route from Maresfield via South Malling to the coast.
Martin, R.O., The Offham Chalkpit Railway and Incline – a Survey and Description, Sussex Industrial History, 1985, 15, 11-15. [PDF]
Marx, Klaus, An Illustrated History of the Lewes and East Grinstead Railway, OPC Railprint, 2001.