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Listed Buildings in Tintern, Monmouthshire

  1. I Abbey Church of St Mary (Tintern Abbey) including monastic buildings Photos
    In a prominent position on the right bank of the river Wye on the east side of the A466.
  2. II Barn at Fairoak Farm
    Situated about 2000m west of Tintern Abbey at the junction of the road to St Arvans with the road to
  3. II Beaufort Pond Dam
    About 500m above Old Furnace with the Trellech road crossing the dam crest.
  4. II Brockweir Bridge
    Hewelsfield and Brockweir, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, NP16
  5. II Brockweir Bridge
    At the NE boundary of the Community on the east side of the A466 and crossing the river Wye into Eng
  6. II Church of St Mary
    About 1800m south west of Tintern Abbey in a field to the east of the St Arvans road.
  7. II Church of St Michael Photos
    Set between the main road and river Wye on E side of Tintern Parva.
  8. II Cross in Churchyard of the Church of St Mary
    On the south side of the Church of St Mary.
  9. II Crown Lodge
    About 200m west of Tintern Cross.
  10. II Fish Pool Dam
    About 3000m west of Tintern Abbey beside the road to Devauden.
  11. II Former Church of St Mary
    High on the hillside about 400m west of Tintern Abbbey and reached by a paved footpath from Chapel L
  12. II Former Dairy of St Anne's House
    On the north east side of St Anne's House.
  13. II Furnace Cottages
    Situated on the south side of Forge Road about 50m south of the Old Furnace.
  14. II Furnace Dam
    Situated on the south side of the Devauden road about 50m south west of Furnace Farm.
  15. II Milestone 300m south of Tintern Abbey
    On the west side of the A466 about 300m south of Tintern Abbey.
  16. II Name Board at Tintern Station
    On a meadow at a loop of the river Wye to N of Tintern Abbey.
  17. II Old Tramway Bridge
    Spanning the river Wye close to Abbey Mill and outlet of Angidy River.
  18. II Old Tramway Bridge (Formerly Wireworks Bridge)
    Hewelsfield and Brockweir, Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, NP16
  19. II Penterry House
    About 1000m west of Tintern Abbey high up on the hill and approached by the forest road through Glyn
  20. II Railway Signal Post at Tintern Station
    On a meadow at a loop of the river Wye to N of Tintern Abbey.
  21. II Retaining Wall/Dam of Holding Pond at the Old Wire Works
    About 500m west of Tintern Cross at the west end of the Old Wireworks site.
  22. II Revetment Wall of Churchyard at Church of St Mary and adjoining Paved Road of Chapel Hill
    The retaining wall of the Churchyard and the footpath leading from Chapel Lane to the Church of St M
  23. II Signal Box at Tintern Station Photos
    On a meadow at a loop of the river Wye to N of Tintern Abbey.
  24. II* St Anne's House
    At the junction of the A466 and Chapel Lane and about 200m east of Tintern Abbey.
  25. II The Anchor P H including the Watergate Photos
    About 200m west of the entrance to Tintern Abbey.
  26. II The Bay
    Set back from the main road approximately 0.5km north of Tintern Abbey and opposite the former Abbey
  27. II The Old Cider Mill
    By roadside 100m S of road junction to Botany Bay.
  28. II The Royal George Hotel
    At Tintern Cross, the junction of the A466 and the road to Devauden.
  29. II Tintern Station
    On a meadow at a loop of the river Wye to N of Tintern Abbey.
  30. II Tomb of J S Smith in Churchyard of Former Church of St Mary
    About 30m from the east end of the Church of St Mary.
  31. II Tomb with Pyramid in Churchyard of Former Church of St Mary
    About 30m from the east end of the Church of St Mary.
  32. II Tomb with Sarcophagus in Churchyard of Former Church of St Mary
    About 30m from the east end of the Church of St Mary.
  33. II Trellech Grange Church
    Adjoining the farm buildings at Chapel Farm.
  34. II Water Tank at Tintern Station
    On a meadow at a loop of the river Wye to N of Tintern Abbey.

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