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Anderson Cabin

Anderson Cabin on the grounds of the Surrey Museum

Heritage Area: Cloverdale

Site #: 153

Location: 17710 56A Avenue

Registered:

Significance: Historical

Description: The cabin was built c.1872 by pioneer Eric Anderson. It is documented as Surrey's oldest remaining building. It features vertical weatherboard on gable ends, notched corners and chinking. It is preserved as a historic monument to all pioneers, and its crude structure shows just how primitive the living conditions were for those pioneers.

Protected by Heritage Revitalization Agreement By-law, 2017, No.19289

Listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places