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Listed Buildings in Abersychan, Torfaen

  1. II* 1 Forge Row
    Situated at the base of a steep hillside, on the east bank of Afon Lwyd about 40m south of Cwmavon H
  2. II 1 The Bungalows
    In Varteg Waste about 1000m west of Varteg and approached by a road off New Road.
  3. II* 2 Forge Row
    Situated at the base of a steep hillside, on the east bank of Afon Lwyd about 40m south of Cwmavon H
  4. II 2 The Bungalows
    In Varteg Waste about 1000m west of Varteg and approached by a road off New Road.
  5. II* 3 Forge Row
    Situated at the base of a steep hillside, on the east bank of Afon Lwyd about 40m south of Cwmavon H
  6. II 3 The Bungalows
    In Varteg Waste about 1000m west of Varteg and approached by a road off New Road.
  7. II* 4 Forge Row
    Situated at the base of a steep hillside, on the east bank of Afon Lwyd about 40m south of Cwmavon H
  8. II 4 The Bungalows
    In Varteg Waste about 1000m west of Varteg and approached by a road off New Road.
  9. II* 5 Forge Row
    Situated at the base of a steep hillside, on the east bank of Afon Lwyd about 40m south of Cwmavon H
  10. II* 6 Forge Row
    Situated at the base of a steep hillside, on the east bank of Afon Lwyd about 40m south of Cwmavon H
  11. II British Colliery Pumping Engine House
    On the site of the British Ironworks about 100m north east of the former British Ironworks office an
  12. II Chimney
    About 500m to the west of The British on the south side of the mountain road to Abertillery.
  13. II Church of St Thomas
    In the centre of Talywain standing in an extensive rectangular rubble walled churchyard.
  14. II Cwmavon House
    On the east bank of Afon Lwyd about 40m north of Forge Row.
  15. II* Former British Ironworks office and foundry quadrangle
    The most prominent building in the area of the former British Ironworks, about 1000m south west of S
  16. II Former colliery engine house at ETM Steel Fabrication Photos
    On the south-east side of the Varteg to Llanhilleth mountain road at The British. The engine house b
  17. II Former Goods Shed of Abersychan and Talywain Station
    To the west of Talywain village, high on the embankment above The British and about 300m north of th
  18. II Former Westlake's Brewery
    Situated on the E bank of the Afon Lwyd below the main road; to south of Forge Row.
  19. II Garndiffaith Railway Viaduct
    Approximately 250m east of the B4246. Spanning the steep sided valley of the river Ffrwd between the
  20. II High Street Baptist Church
    Built backing into the hillside on a high platform with stone retaining wall and iron railings on a
  21. II Lasgarn Cottage
    Attractively situated on the east bank of Afon Lwyd immediately to the north east of Rising Sun Brid
  22. II Rising Sun Bridge
    To the north east of Victoria Village and about 100m east of the junction with Cwmavon Road.
  23. II The Big Arch
    Located next to the B4246 and carries a disused railway embankment across a disused railway line now
  24. II The Dog Stone
    High up on Mynydd Varteg Fawr, 200m SE from the summit and just to the S of a large mound of stones.
  25. II Waterloo Cottage
    In the Talywain area of Abersychan, Waterloo Cottage is at the southern end of Fairfield (off Waterl

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