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Listed Buildings in Trevethin, Torfaen

  1. II Barn at Twyn-gwyn Farm
    At Twyn-gwyn Farm 40m south west of the farmhouse.
  2. II Beast shelter at Ty-gwyn
    80m north west of Ty-Gwyn on the other side of Hospital Road.
  3. II Church Farm
    To the north east of St. Cadoc's and the east of Mount Road on the edge of open countryside; an old
  4. II Church of St. Cadoc
    On the north side of Penygarn Road to the east of the Church Avenue entrance to Trevethin estate, st
  5. II* Entrance Gates to Pontypool Park. Photos
    The entrance on to the main drive from Pontymoel at the very south east extremity of Pontypool Park,
  6. II Penlasgarn Farmhouse
    At the north end of Trevethin on the east side of Lasgarn Lane
  7. II Pont Newynydd
    A bridge over Afon Lwyd joining Hospital Road and Mill Road
  8. II Rustic Lodge in American Gardens
    In the American gardens of Pontypool Park some 800m north east of the Penygarn entrance.
  9. II* Shell Grotto
    At the summit of the hill in the north east corner of Pontypool Park.
  10. II Stable at Ty-gwyn
    40m north-west of Ty-gwyn on the other side of Hospital Road
  11. II Tabernacle Baptist Church
    Set back from the road at the north end of Penygarn in an area of late Victorian and modern housing
  12. II Tanyard Cottage in American Gardens
    In the American Gardens of Pontypool Park some 1000m north east of the Penygarn entrance.
  13. II The Vicarage
    On the south side of Penygarn Road opposite the Church of St. Cadoc.
  14. II Tomb of John Phillips at Tabernacle Baptist Church
    In the small paved area in front of Tabernacle Baptist Church
  15. II Tomb of Lewis Prichard in St. Cadoc's Churchyard.
    In St. Cadoc's Churchyard about 15m north of the north transept of the Church.
  16. II Tomb of Margaret Davies in St. Cadoc's Churchyard.
    In St Cadoc's Churchyard about 20m east of the chancel.
  17. II Tomb of William Edmunds at Tabernacle Baptist Church
    In the small paved area in front of Tabernacle Baptist Church.
  18. II Tomb of William Maud in St. Cadoc's Churchyard.
    In St. Cadoc's Churchyard near the north west corner of the Church.
  19. II Twyn-gwyn Farm
    On the east side of Trevethin to the north of Pontypool Park, approached by the road through America
  20. II Ty-gwyn
    To the south of Trevethin overlooking Afon Lwyd in the area known as Pontnewynydd

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