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“Old Timber Shed - Oldest Building”
Review of Old Timber Shed

Old Timber Shed
Reviewed 14 May 2012

In 1786 the Dutch East India Company contracted Johann Jacob Jerling to build a Timber Shed for storage of the timber. Today the remains of the Old Timber Shed can be found in Meeding Street. The remains have been partially restored twice. It is the oldest building in Plettenberg Bay and was declared a National Monument in 1936. There isn't much left of the building but the area is clean and neat. Interesting place to visit and take photos of the walls that is left over.

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