Spotted in Scarborough a few years ago, these "huts" for fishermen are part of a new-ish quayside development. The roof is a walkway presumably so the tourists can watch the traditional goings on from a safe distance, or perhaps to get them out of the way of locals who don't appreciate having cameras pointed at them as they do the day job.
Whatever, they are very neat, but I wonder what actually gets stored in the buildings. There's so much stuff outside on the front that is too big to go in those single doors, I can only assume that there are valuable tools to be kept under lock and key.
The "stuff" is interesting, although for modellers there is a the challenge of reproducing lobster pots in small scale. I know someone makes cast resin ones but they miss out on the see-through effect that gives the pots their look.
I don't know what UMBUDAMIDLUN is either...