The fishery huts on all the Pomor coasts were two-section (inner porch and hut) and had a similar interior layout: the stove was in the corner at the entrance, the heating was vented into the room, the earth floor was seldom decked with planks. Arranged along the walls were sleeping benches (plank beds, shelves) in 2 or 3 levels; sometimes the benches were single-tier but wide. The number of fishermen in mass fishing periods could reach 20 men per hut. Sometimes, a memorial/remembrance cross was erected near the hut.
Abstract by O.G. Baranova