Some articles on shed, sheds:

List Of British Railways Shed Codes - List of Codes - Scottish Region
... Code Dates Shed Comments 60 Inverness 60A 1950–1973 Inverness Sub-sheds Dingwall (to 1962), Fortrose (to 1951), Kyle of Lochalsh (to 1962) Became IS 60B ... Former Dundee West reopened, became DE 62C 1950–1966 Dunfermline Sub-sheds, Alloa (to 1967), Inverkeithing (to ?), Kelty (to c.1955), Loch Leven (to 1951) Became DT 63 Perth 63A 1950–1969 Perth Sub-she ... Margarets (Edinburgh) Sub-sheds Dunbar (to 1963), Galashiels (to c.1962), Hardengreen (to ?), Leith Central (1955 to 1959), Longniddry (to ?), North Berwick (to 1958), Peebles (to 1955), Penicuik (t ...
Cardiff Docks - Modern Port Facilities
... The port has transit sheds with 258,500 m2 (2,782,000 sq ft) of storage space, two overland distribution sheds totalling 13,870 m2 (149,300 sq ft), and ...
Lifetime Products - Products Manufactured - Sheds
... Storage buildings Storage sheds Garden sheds Extension kits and accessories. ...
Ballaugh Railway Station - Sheds
... the station building has been demolished the large stone-built goods shed remains, as does the goods platform, the former being under the care of the local heritage ...
List Of Canada's Worst Handyman 2 Episodes - Episode 7: Hanging By A Thread - Finishing Touches
... (which largely amounted to painting the shed in their colors) ... Jill wherever necessary, so as to give everyone completed sheds ... Much of the remaining work is painting the sheds and putting a sign on their sheds ...

Famous quotes containing the word sheds:

    Morning smack of the spade that wakes up sleep,
    Shakes a desolate boy who slits his throat
    In the dark of the coffin and sheds dry leaves,
    Dylan Thomas (1914–1953)

    That you are fair or wise is vain,
    Or strong, or rich, or generous;
    You must have also the untaught strain
    That sheds beauty on the rose.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Sir, he throws away his money without thought and without merit. I do not call a tree generous that sheds its fruit at every breeze.
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)