I mentioned in a previous post (HERE) that, despite having common functions and features, there were distinct local variations in the detail of Shepherd’s Huts. This mainly pictorial post aims to highlight some of those variations.
The notes beneath the photos really can’t do full justice to this fascinating subject and I’d urge you to visit shepherdhuts.co.uk for much more comprehensive biographies of the companies mentioned in my captions.
NB. The majority of the images in this post were drawn from an internet search for ‘shepherds huts’, however I note, since finding shepherdhuts.co.uk, that a number of images originated there, I’ve tried to provide links to original material where it’s known.
And finally, although the following huts are primarily of wooden construction and not clad in corrugated iron (and so fall outside the remit of this series) I couldn’t resist including these sheds-on-wheels, as a wonderful variation on the theme…