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Felindre Bridge (partly in Llanidloes community)

A Grade II Listed Building in Llangurig, Powys

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Latitude: 52.443 / 52°26'34"N

Longitude: -3.5553 / 3°33'19"W

OS Eastings: 294378

OS Northings: 283916

OS Grid: SN943839

Mapcode National: GBR 9G.M98S

Mapcode Global: VH5BX.BV9L

Entry Name: Felindre Bridge (partly in Llanidloes community)

Listing Date: 10 April 1989

Last Amended: 24 March 2005

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 84292

Location: On the NE boundary of the community, spanning the River Severn. It carries a lane from Llangurig to Llanidloes.

County: Powys

Community: Llangurig

Community: Llangurig

Locality: Felindre

Traditional County: Montgomeryshire

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By Thomas Penson, County Surveyor. Probably built soon after 1826 to provide access to Mount Severn (in Llanidloes community).


Single-span bridge constructed of coursed pecked stone. Segmental arch of stone voussoirs with keystone. String course to parapets, which have splayed ends with end piers. Continuous flat stone copings to parapets and piers.

Reasons for Listing

Listed as a good early C19 road bridge retaining its architectural character, and for group value with Mount Severn (Llanidloes Community).

Other nearby listed buildings

  • II Felindre Bridge
    On the SW boundary of the Community Council, spanning the River Severn. Reached along the by-road to Llangurig.
  • II Former Stables and Coach-house at Dolenog
    Set in the slope a short distance to SW of Dolenog house, backing onto the by-road down to Felindre from which there is a gated entry. It is the northern range of a narrow stableyard.
  • II Mount Severn
    Reached by a tree-lined drive off the by-road W out of the town. Set in its own wooded ground sloping down towards the River Severn.
  • II Dolenog
    Reached by a short tree-lined drive off the by-road W out of the town. Set in its own grounds sloping down towards the River Severn.
  • II The Friary
    Above the road and set well back with sloping front garden; gravel forecourt Gated drive.
  • II Maenol
    In its own grounds reached by two short drives. On the southern outskirts of the town close to the Garden Suburb. Gothic capped stone gate piers and stock brick quadrant wings at drive entry.
  • II Summerhouse Folly in the grounds of Maenol
    At the edge of the field immediately to the rear of Maenol. Faces N.
  • II Former Coach-House and Stables at Maenol (Maenol Cottage)
    Immediately to SE of Maenol house; overlooking the cobbled stable yard and with former railway line to rear.

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