And we got sent up to the tin shed.
I can see power lines by the houses, and there's a tractor in a tin shed.
During a break from work, the young man sits at the table by the tin shed and thumbs through his notebooks.
He turned right, came to the roadway over a rail crossing, and began walking beside a long, black-painted, tin shed.
I could stand on the new decks and imagine that she was surrounded by salt water instead of a tin shed.
There is no longer a tin shed used as a ceiling in the classrooms.
The oval started off as little more than a rough paddock and the "clubrooms" consisted of a simple tin shed.
A tin shed was built to protect the cannon against weather.
And you'd hear the tracer bullets rattling about the tin sheds.
For the next four seasons the club operated from a tin shed, until the present building was completed and opened on 25 October 1992.