As the pile is made, corrugated-iron roofing is placed on the sides and top, thus forming a waterproof building.
York and its surroundings in the winter-time might, except for the corrugated-iron roofs, easily be in England.
The steamers of the Irrawaddy flotilla have a corrugated-iron roof over the top deck.
Mud-brick walls and corrugated-iron roofs is the style of architecture in general vogue.
In front of them loomed the canteen, an enormous red-brick structure with a corrugated-iron roof.
Yes, a gibbous moon, rolling lopsidedly among the cloud-rack over a corrugated-iron sea.
Then between bales of more normal foodstuffs they browsed on the corrugated-iron roofs of houses.
The scene under the long, low sheds, with their corrugated-iron roofs, always reminded me of the Automobile Show at Olympia.
At the rare stations you see perhaps one corrugated-iron store, perhaps a score of little stone houses with a couple of churches.
The servants had rigged up a corrugated-iron habitation for the colonel.