Mossel Bay Monday: Walking Marsh Street (1)

In July last year we went on a walk in Marsh Street in Mossel Bay. We went on a Sunday because it is not so busy as on weekdays. Today I am going to share some of the buildings we saw on the first part of the walk. 
Art Deco Building from 1920

Marsh Street, Mossel Bay
Built in 1868 for chemist E Powrie and later taken over by Lennon’s Pharmacy

Built before 1890 as a home for the James family and was later converted into shops.

Marsh Street, Mossel Bay
St Peter’s Anglican Church was built in 1878.  

Residential building built between 1875 and 1881.  Now used as commercial property.

Marsh Street, Mossel Bay
St Peter’s Church Hall

Marsh Street, Mossel Bay
Looking towards the harbour from Marsh Street with the post office on the left.

Next Monday we continue with the walk.

(I used Visit Mossel Bay's "Explore Historical Mossel Bay on foot" brochure for the
above-mentioned information.  You can download the full brochure here.)

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