Building B (former kerosene case storage)

  Building B and Building A are thought to be built in the same year.

  Building B contains seven rectangular rooms used mainly used for

  storing kerosene barrels. The brick bearing walls are made of red

  bricks and soil clay mixed with a lime mortar plaster constructed

  on a foundation thirty-six centimeters thick. The copper roofing

  provides a natural ventilation for the oil and gas and is the only

  building in the park with this structure.