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monument Word or Phrase:GENERAL SERVICE AEROPLANE REPAIR SHED *  
Definition:1st World War end-opening aeroplane hangar.

monument Word or Phrase:GENERAL SERVICE AEROPLANE SHED *  
Definition:1st World War end-opening aeroplane hangar.

monument Word or Phrase:AEROPLANE REPAIR SECTION SHED *  
Definition:A shed used for the maintenance and repair of aircraft.

monument Word or Phrase:GENERAL SERVICE FLIGHT SHED *  
Definition:1st World War end-opening aeroplane hangar.

monument Word or Phrase:SEAPLANE SHED (TYPE F) *  
Definition:A military side-opening aircraft hangar originally designed for seaplanes and used RNAS bases from 1916. Steel framed with asbestos or corrugated iron cladding.

monument Word or Phrase:SEAPLANE SHED (TYPE G) *  
Definition:A side-opening steel framed shed. A smaller version of the SEAPLANE SHED (TYPE F) they were built from 1916 on RNAS seaplane bases

monument Word or Phrase:SEAPLANE SHED (TYPE J) *  
Definition:A steel framed seaplane hangar designed for Royal Navy Air Stations by the admiralty in 1917-1918.

monument Word or Phrase:HINAIDI AIRCRAFT SHED *  
Definition:A semi-permanent ahed designed to Air Ministry specification 1136/27 as a quick and cheap hangar for stations overseas

monument Word or Phrase:RAILWAY CARRIAGE SHED *  
Definition:A building used to house railway carriages.

monument Word or Phrase:TIMBER SEASONING SHED *  
Definition:A building where timber was allowed to dry and harden, to render it fit for use as a working material.

monument Word or Phrase:GENERAL SERVICE SHED *  
Definition:1st World War end-opening aeroplane hangar.

monument Word or Phrase:MOTOR TRANSPORT SHED *  
Definition:A building, on a military airfield or base, in which motor vehicles are housed.

monument Word or Phrase:AEROPLANE TWIN SHED *  
Definition:A coupled timber built end-opening First World War aircraft hangar.

monument Word or Phrase:LEATHER DRYING SHED *  
Definition:A covered area used for the drying of animal hides.

monument Word or Phrase:SHEEP SHEARING SHED *  
Definition:A building in which sheep are sheared.

monument Word or Phrase:PORTAL FRAMED SHED *  
Definition:Mass produced iron framed shed usually clad in metal sheeting.

monument Word or Phrase:BRICK DRYING SHED *  
Definition:A building in which newly made bricks are laid out to dry.

monument Word or Phrase:GRASS DRYING SHED *  
Definition:A modern fodder store on a farm.

monument Word or Phrase:ONION DRYING SHED *  
Definition:A building where onions are laid out to dry.

monument Word or Phrase:RAG GRINDING SHED *  
Definition:Shed for grinding rags, eg. for use in mungo and shoddy mills.

monument Word or Phrase:CARBONISING SHED *  
Definition:Component part of a mungo and shoddy mill, where non-wool fibres from shredded material are destroyed by either soaking rags in an acid solution or rotating them in drums in a hot acidic gas followed by heat. The result is an all-wool product.

monument Word or Phrase:FABRICATION SHED *  
Definition:Covered area for making large engineered constructions such as sections of ships or bridges.

monument Word or Phrase:NORTH LIGHT SHED *  
Definition:A single storey building designed so that windows incorporated into the saw tooth roof catch the available light.

monument Word or Phrase:SILK DRYING SHED *  
Definition:A building in which silk was dried.

monument Word or Phrase:POWER LOOM SHED *  
Definition:A building housing a number of power looms.

monument Word or Phrase:ALLOTMENT SHED *  
Definition:A slight structure built on an allotment for shelter or storage, or for use as a workshop, by the allotment holder.

monument Word or Phrase:DRESSING SHED *  
Definition:A shed, often found at a quarry, in which rough stone is shaped or dressed.

monument Word or Phrase:SEAPLANE SHED *  
Definition:An aircraft hangar designed to house seaplanes.

monument Word or Phrase:SPINNING SHED *  
Definition:A building associated with a spinning mill in which raw material is mechanically spun into yarn or thread.

monument Word or Phrase:STEAMING SHED *  
Definition:A building used specifically for testing the boilers of railway engines, both hydraulically and with live steam.

monument Word or Phrase:BALLOON SHED *  
Definition:A building used for fabricating balloon and airship envelopes.

monument Word or Phrase:BICYCLE SHED *  
Definition:A shelter for the storage of bicycles.

monument Word or Phrase:BLENDER SHED *  
Definition:A building where threads of different qualities and colours are mixed together.

monument Word or Phrase:COMBING SHED *  
Definition:A textile building where the process of combing, a preparatory process for long wools, takes place.

monument Word or Phrase:CROQUET SHED *  
Definition:A small garden building used to store equipment used in the game of croquet.

monument Word or Phrase:HOLDING SHED *  
Definition:A building where merchandise and goods are temporarily stored before or after transportation by rail.

monument Word or Phrase:MILKING SHED *  
Definition:A building in which cows are milked.

monument Word or Phrase:POTTING SHED *  
Definition:A shed in which delicate plants are reared from seedlings for planting out later.

monument Word or Phrase:REELING SHED *  
Definition:A building wherein silk worm cocoons are boiled to release the silk fibres.

monument Word or Phrase:SHELTER SHED *  
Definition:An open-sided building known to have been used for sheltering animals other than cattle.

monument Word or Phrase:TRANSIT SHED *  
Definition:A type of warehouse, usually one-storeyed.

monument Word or Phrase:WEAVING SHED *  
Definition:A textile-weaving factory housing powerlooms; commonly a one-storeyed shed with wide, north-light roof carried on iron columns.

monument Word or Phrase:ANIMAL SHED *  
Definition:A building in which animals are housed. For non agricultural use see ANIMAL HOUSE and narrow terms in RECREATIONAL class.

monument Word or Phrase:ENGINE SHED *  
Definition:A building used to house railway engines.

monument Word or Phrase:GARDEN SHED *  
Definition:A structure in a garden used to house gardening implements, etc.

monument Word or Phrase:MANURE SHED *  
Definition:A building used in the preparation of manure.

monument Word or Phrase:WILLEY SHED *  
Definition:A building in which wool or cotton were beaten to clean and separate the fibres.

monument Word or Phrase:GOODS SHED *  
Definition:A building in which railway wagons can unload local goods.

monument Word or Phrase:TRAIN SHED *  
Definition:A canopy or building to cover the platforms in a railway station.

monument Word or Phrase:WAGON SHED *  
Definition:A building or structure to house railway wagons.

monument Word or Phrase:BACK SHED *  
Definition:A single-storey structure, usually situated against the exterior of a walled garden's south facing wall, used for storage and often accomodation.

monument Word or Phrase:BAIT SHED *  
Definition:A shed for storing fishing bait.

monument Word or Phrase:BOAT SHED *  
Definition:A light, mostly wooden errected structure serving as workshop for the building, storage, repair and maintenance of boats.

monument Word or Phrase:CART SHED *  
Definition:A building used for housing, and protecting from the weather, carts, waggons and farm implements, often open-fronted.

monument Word or Phrase:COAL SHED *  
Definition:A building used to store coal.

monument Word or Phrase:DEER SHED *  
Definition:A building used to store fodder for deer.

monument Word or Phrase:SHED MILL *  
Definition:A single storey mill used in the textile industry.

monument Word or Phrase:SLIP SHED *  
Definition:A wooden or metal structure covering a shipbuilding slip way.

monument Word or Phrase:TRAM SHED *  
Definition:A building for the housing of trams.

monument Word or Phrase:WOOD SHED *  
Definition:A building or room in which wood is stored.

monument Word or Phrase:SHED *  
Definition:A slight structure built for shelter or storage, or for use as a workshop, either attached as a lean-to to a permanent building or separate. Use more specific type where known.

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