Done 30 rides on "Shed"s in my time... G-BMHX, G-BMHY and G-WACK, all British Midland. Pretty much all of them were EMA
or vice versa. When I worked at British Midland, they were always referred to as the "Shed" or the "Box", but we sometimes used to call them the "Irish Concorde"
It is often said that if Airfix made a model kit of a Short 360, they wouldn't need a box to put the bits in - they'd just put the other bits inside the fuselage.
Unpressurised, so most flights were at 8000' to 10000', and the big windows made for great views as long as the flight wasn't in IMC, in which case you got bounced around a fair bit. Quite noisy in comparison to modern RJs, but the cabin was far more roomy. I always liked flying on the Shed. I remember one Christmas Eve, when the weather had been bad in Jersey, BD
Ops sent one of the Sheds to JER
to pick up the straggling passengers who wanted to be home for the holiday. A one hour sector on a jet would've been quite a haul on a Shed. Whilst I'm sure that the pax were greatful to be back home, we had a bit of a grin when we thought about them flying all that way in a 360.