A blog that backs a bi-monthly magazine covering all the islands of Scotland
Sunday, 20 January 2013
Buildings of a corrugated construction came and went, though some lingered. Corrugated galvanised iron was first devised in the 1820s and replaced by a steel version 70 years later. This shed was on a cycling route briefly described in the blog, Across the Minch. Any other examples from the islands? When did the most recent one appear?