The detail in this monochrome photographic print is particularly good, showing the texture in the corrugated steel (the rust) and the old wooden window frame.
These buildings are becoming more and more rare. They originate from the First World War, where they were extensively used. Designed by an Officer of the Royal Engineer's, Nissen was his surname.
Near Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.
From my Tree Stories Project, 2002-.
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