Mast-heads and funnel-tops of ships peep above the ranges of corrugated iron
It ended by signal abruptly, nowhere in particular, between two lamp-posts before a large drapery establishment - a long range of shops already lapped up in sheets of corrugated iron
for the night.
Directed by the newcomers, they made a trench and bank about the mounting of the piece, and constructed flimsy shelter-pits of corrugated iron
The building, constructed in 1911, has timber-framed walls clad in cream-painted corrugated iron
with a curved red roof.
His hut was just a little more than a square meter long and a meter high, built of cardboard tightened to the street barrier on one side and the corrugated iron
barriers behind him on the other side, covered with plastic sheeting.
Thatch continues to be the primary building choice in rural areas despite the array of man-made materials that can be obtained cheaply, such as corrugated iron
The blast resulted in part of the house collapsing, scattering corrugated iron
pieces across a wide area.
What prefabricated shelter of curved corrugated iron
sheets is named after a British engineer?
When they visited the site, they found the two-bedroom, stone-built house inside a corrugated iron
and wood barn.
The 600mm x 1200mm corrugated iron
gives additional life to the farm scene and Waikato heritage, which the advert is aiming to reinforce.
To judge by its cover, Corrugated Iron
is just another oversized, design-fetish coffee-table book, and in fact it is packed with full-color images that will make it catnip to architecturally minded modernists.
Here in the outback of Australia we have always collected our rainwater in corrugated iron