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Listed Buildings in Blaenavon, Torfaen

  1. I Balance Tower Photos
    Situated at the northern end of the Blaenavon Ironworks site and dominating the complex.
  2. II Bethlehem Congregational Church (also known as Bethlehem Independent Chapel)
    Set back off Broad Street behind Bethlehem Court.
  3. II Blaenavon Evangelical Church (Moriah Chapel)
    Situated towards the top of Broad Street, on the corner with George Street.
  4. I Blast Furnaces Photos
    Three extant furnaces and the remains of others, stand in a row on the north-west side of the furnac
  5. II Calcining Kilns
    Situated at the northern edge of the site, above the Blast furnaces.
  6. II Carreg Maen Taro
    Located at the top of the mountain 1.5 km north of Garn-yr-Erw, at the border of the Blaenavon, Llan
  7. I Cast House and Foundry Photos
    Situated on the north-western side of the site.
  8. II Chain Store
    Situated at the north-east corner of the site, above the track leading up to the balance tower.
  9. II Coity House (Doncasters Ltd)
    Situated to the south-west of the tyre mill, and to north-west of the Forge Side residential area.
  10. II Council Offices (Municipal Offices)
    Situated on the junction between Lion Street and High Street. The main entrance and facade is on Li
  11. II Deputies Lodge
    Situated on the north-east side of the site, at right angles to the offices.
  12. II Electrical Workshop
    Situated at the north end of the site.
  13. II Electricity Power House, C Row (NW Side)
    Situated to the west of Forge Side residential area, overlooking the steel works.
  14. II Fan and Compressor House
    Situated on the west side of the site.
  15. II Former School-room to rear of chapel
    Situated towards the top of Broad Street, on the corner with George Street.
  16. II Former St Peter's Boys' School (now Ramfield Study Centre)
    Situated towards the top of Church Road, immediately uphill from the other St Peter's school buildin
  17. II Former St Peter's Infants School
    Situated half way up Church Road between the other St Peter's school buildings and set back from the
  18. II* Former St Peter's School (Original School)
    Situated half way up Church Road immediately downhill from the other St Peter's school buildings and
  19. II Gilchrist Memorial
    Situated in the Blaenavon Ironworks Museum car park at the north end of Blaenavon town and to the so
  20. II Group of Five Tombs in the Churchyard to south of St Peter's Church
    Situated on the south side in the graveyard of St Peter's Church.
  21. II Haulage Engine and Pitman's Cabin
    Situated to the rear of the electrical workshops.
  22. II Horeb Baptist Church
    Blaenavon
  23. II* Miner's Baths and Canteen
    Situated at the top of the site to the south-west.
  24. II No 15, Broad Street (W Side),,,,,gwent,
    Situated towards the lower end of the street, set in the slope.
  25. II No 16, Broad Street (W Side),,,,,gwent,
    Situated towards the lower end of the street, set in the slope.
  26. II No 17, Broad Street (W Side),,,,,gwent,
    Situated towards the lower end of the street, set in the slope.
  27. II No 18, Broad Street (W Side),,,,,gwent,
    Situated towards the lower end of the street, set in the slope.
  28. II No 19, Broad Street (W Side),,,,,gwent,
    Situated towards the lower end of the street, set in the slope.
  29. II Office
    Built into the hillside at the north-east end of the site, at right angles to and adjoining the elec
  30. II Pay Office
    Situated to the south-west of Stack Square and built against the curtain wall for the site.
  31. II* Pit Head Building, Headframe and Tram Circuit
    Situated at the north-east edge of the site.
  32. II Post Office
    Prominently situated at the south end of the town on the west side of Prince Street, opposite the ju
  33. II Powder House Photos
    Situated on the north side of Garn Road, to the north-west of Blaenavon.
  34. II Powder House, Big Pit Mining Museum
    Situated on the south side of the site and set apart from the other buildings.
  35. II Reception (Fitting Shops)
    Situated at the northern end of the site.
  36. II Saw Mill
    Situated at the east edge of the site.
  37. II* St Peter's Church
    Situated at the bottom of Church Road, on the south side, set back behind railings.
  38. II Stack Square
    Situated to the east side of the site.
  39. II Stone Chimney at the former Hill Pits
    Situated on the hillside above Garn-yr-Erw and reached by track from Garn Road.
  40. II Storage Shed and attached Chimney
    Situated to the south of the cast houses and adjoining the site of the western-most one.
  41. II The Beeches Nursing Home (formerly known as Ty Mawr)
    Situated near the top of Church Road, set well back, in a walled garden.
  42. II U-Shaped Group including Welding and Fitting Shop, Blacksmiths Shop and Tea Shop
    Situated in the centre of the museum site.
  43. II War Memorial
    Set back from the pavement on the corner between Church Road and High Street, within the precinct of
  44. II Winding Engine House
    Situated to the south west of the pit head.
  45. II Workmen's Hall and Institute
    Prominently situated at the junction between Church Road and High Street, set back behind railings.
  46. II Zion Baptist Church
    Blaenavon

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