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Bridge near Llanmihangel Mill

A Grade II Listed Building in Pyle, Neath Port Talbot

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.5275 / 51°31'38"N

Longitude: -3.7024 / 3°42'8"W

OS Eastings: 282002

OS Northings: 182324

OS Grid: SS820823

Mapcode National: GBR H7.GTPX

Mapcode Global: VH5H8.SV2X

Entry Name: Bridge near Llanmihangel Mill

Listing Date: 25 April 2000

Last Amended: 25 April 2000

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 23288

Building Class: Transport

Location: The bridge carries a track over the Afon Cynffig to the SE of Llanmihangel Mill Farm.

County: Neath Port Talbot

Town: Port Talbot

Community: Pyle (Y Pîl)

Community: Margam

Locality: Llanmihangel

Built-Up Area: Pyle

Traditional County: Glamorgan

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History

Post-medieval bridge.

Exterior

Three-span hump-backed bridge of rubble stone. Continuous parapets, which have been raised, with saddleback coping. Semi-circular stone arches of voussoirs. Alternate voussoirs project slightly. No cut-waters. On the E side, the S arch has been rebuilt with a flat head over a concrete culvert.

Reasons for Listing

Listed as a post-medieval bridge retaining its character. Group value with Llanmihangel Mill.

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II* Llanmihangel Mill
    Located N of the Afon Cynffig on a track which leads off Marlas Road in Pyle. Part of Llanmihangel Mill Farm.
  • II Marlas House
    The farm stands on the S bank of the Afon Cynffig, close to the railway bridge and the road from North Cornelly to Kenfig, which runs alongside the N side of the N wing.
  • II Mill Bridge Underbridge
    Over the Afon Cynffig, down river from Llanmihangel Mill Farm. (Partly in the Cynffig Community, Bridgend).
  • II Morgan monument in St James' churchyard, Pyle
    The church of St James lies at the N end of the village of Pyle. The Thomas monument stands in the churchyard, approximately 7m SW of the W tower. The character of the churchyard is notable for its t
  • II Two chest tombs in the churchyard, St James Church
    The pair of tombs are set in a row, approximately 5m SW of the S porch. The character of the churchyard is notable for its fine tombs.
  • II Churchyard Cross in St James' churchyard, Pyle
    The church of St James is at the N end of the village of Pyle. The churchyard cross is set approximately 9m S of the S porch.
  • I Church of St James, Pyle with Kenfig
    The parish church of St James, Pyle, stands in its own churchyard N of the village centre, on the road to Margam.
  • II Group of 4 chest tomb in churchyard of St James, Pyle
    The church of St James stands at the N end of Pyle. The group is set against the entrance path from the road to the S porch, approximately 6m S of the nave. The character of the churchyard is notable

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