Was that the old Covers building?
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From: "John Wood" <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: [BRITARCH] 'British Restaurants'
> Does anyone know if there are any surviving buildings that were originally
> erected in WWII specifically to be used as 'British Restaurants'?
> There was one in Havant, Hampshire, until about a year or so ago which
> was demolished as the result of a retail development.
> This structure of this building was a Nissan, or Nissen, hut though
> others may have been other buildings. Do any other Nissan varieties still
> The Nissen hut in Havant was used after its closure as a food service as
> a builder's merchants.
> I would imagine any existing would be found in an urban context rather
> than a miltary one as many Nissen huts that do survive.
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