I spotted this very modellable brick workshop while enjoying the Long Itchington beer festival at the weekend. It's not an exciting building but would be very useful in a semi-industrial setting on a model.
At first glance I we have a pretty rectangular structure with a big door on one end, a small one in the side and a couple of windows. The large door is possibly a later addition judging by the bricked up opening above it.
Modelling wise, the pitfalls would be curved brickwork above the doors and windows. I've never worked out a way to produce this to my satisfaction as it has to fit flush with the wall face. Maybe the way is to make it from the same plastic sheet flipped over and scribed, then let into the surface. Dunno - it has to be carried out neatly or the result won't be any good.
The corners could be fun to. They aren't hard right angles but curved. If the model was made from Wills sheet they could be sanded to shape but Slaters embossed sheet wouldn't provide enough "meat" to do this.
On the side, there's a painted sign. Not sure how old it is but there's fun to be had producing it from a print your own transfer kit on the computer.