straw shed

straw shed

An extension at the rear of a barn, usually on one side, used primarily for the storage of straw; it may also be a two-story structure in which the upper story is used to store hay and the lower story is used to store farm machinery.
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The straw shed lasted until we put an addition on the barn.
I remember playing in straw sheds as a youngster; jumping off the roofs onto pigs' backs in a straw shed only slightly taller than we were.
The first accident occurred on the southbound M42 between junction 3 and 3A, near Henley-in-Arden at 8.25am last night when a vehicle carrying straw shed its load which then caught fire.
Outside, there's a range of farm buildings, including a Dutch barn, straw shed, cattle courts and a stone garage.
The first accident occurred on the southbound M42 between junction 3 and 3A, near Henley-in-Arden at 8.25 last night when a vehicle carrying straw shed its load which then caught fire.