Pont Tai'n-rhos, aka Pont-yr-ebach (partly in Cerrigydrudion Community)
A Grade II Listed Building in Llangwm, Conwy
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Latitude: 53.0147 / 53°0'53"N
Longitude: -3.5726 / 3°34'21"W
OS Eastings: 294598
OS Northings: 347537
OS Grid: SH945475
Mapcode National: GBR 6F.G2N9
Mapcode Global: WH66M.3H16
Entry Name: Pont Tai'n-rhos, aka Pont-yr-ebach (partly in Cerrigydrudion Community)
Listing Date: 17 February 1998
Last Amended: 1 April 1998
Source ID: 19604
Building Class: Transport
Location: The bridge carries the road from Llangwm to Cerrigydrudion over the Afon Ceirw, on the northern boundary of the community.
Traditional County: Denbighshire
See Record no 19349 in Cerrigydrudion community for full description of this bridge.
Other nearby listed buildings
Pont Tai'n-rhos, also known as Pont yr Ebach, (partly in Llangwm Community)
The bridge carries the road from Cerrigydrudion to the SW, over the Afon Ceirw, on the southern boundary of the community.
The large farm is located S of the Holyhead Road, between the Cwm-penanner road and the minor road running S, and approximately 1400m SW of the village centre.
Building at right angles to the farmhouse at Llaethwryd
The building is attached at its S corner to the N corner of Llaethwryd main farmhouse, and extends at right angles to enclose the main front forecourt at the farm.
Cartshed and Stabling SW of Llaethwryd
The cartshed stands parallel and at the rear of Llaethwryd farmhouse, on the SW side.
Barn in the outer yard SW of Llaethwryd
The barn is located at right angles to the previous barn, and W of the cartshed; to SW of the farmhouse.
Barn N of the cartshed at Llaethwryd
This is the main barn at Llaethwryd and stands E of the farmhouse, at right angles to the second barn, the E yard enclosed by a 2-bay storehouse and a dog house.
The bridge is located just off the A5 Holyhead Road, and carries the A4501 to Bala over the Afon Ceirw.
The bridge carries the minor road to the Cwm Penanner over the Afon Nug, 350m SW of the village centre.