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Grade II* Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Glamorgan

  1. II* Canal Aqueduct over Afon Twrch, including weir
    Situated some 50m N of Twrch Bridge between Ystradgynlais community and Ystalyfera community, reached by footpath along river from Gurnos Road.
  2. II* Canal Aqueduct over Afon Twrch, including weir
    Ystalyfera
  3. II* Scott's Pit Engine House
    Situated between Llansamlet and Heol-las just NE of the M4 motorway.
  4. II* Church of St Illtyd
    In the village of Ilston, east of the stream, reached by a footbridge. Rubble graveyard wall without coping, opened at south to extension graveyard. Oak gate with adjacent stile at main entrance, two
  5. II* Penrice Towers gate house
    At the main entrance to Penrice Castle park, forming a picturesque focal point where the road to Port Eynon is diverted to the north of the park. The gatelodge (Penrice Towers) is to the north of the
  6. II* Church of St Nicholas Photos
    At the south side of the road from Penmaen to Penrice. Square chuchyard with gate and stile at the north-west corner.
  7. II* Penrice Castle North-East Gates, Railings and Piers
    At the main entrance to Penrice Castle park, where the road from Swansea to Port Eynon is diverted to the north of the park.
  8. II* Outlying tower designed to complement Penrice Towers
    To the south east of the main gates to Penrice park, built into the park boundary wall.
  9. II* Church of St Cenydd
    In the village of Llangennith. Stone churchyard wall; war memorial NE of churchyard is a white marble Celtic cross with interlacing on face. Early C20 timber-framed lychgate to N. To the S is the sit
  10. II* Parish Church of St Rhidian and St Illtyd Photos
    At the centre of Llanrhidian village, surrounded by a rubble limestone churchyard wall with C19 wrought iron gates and three stiles. Macadam path, cobbles at porch.
  11. II* The Water Mill / Melin Felindre
    Situated in centre of Felindre immediately NW of the road bridge over the Afon Lliw.
  12. II* Mumbles Lighthouse
    Situated on an exposed rocky tidal islet at Mumbles Head.
  13. II* Clyne Castle (also known as Neuadd Gilbertson) Photos
    Approximately 600m from junction with Mumbles Road.
  14. II* Church of St Illtyd Photos
    1km from Oxwich village, on a site overlooking Oxwich Bay and reached by the coast footpath. Square churchyard with a stone wall; modern gate.
  15. II* Church of St Andrew Photos
    In the the hamlet of Penrice, 1km SW of Penrice Castle. Churchyard wall in rubble limestone with irregular coping, two stiles, iron gate.
  16. II* Penrice Castle (Ruins) Photos
    Hilltop position in parkland of Penrice Castle mansion 300m south of the A4118.
  17. II* Pitt Farmhouse
    At roadside, about 1km south of Penrice church. Small walled enclosure to north, separate to farmyard; gardens to south. Outbuildings in the north enclosure.
  18. II* Penrice Castle Dovecote
    Attached to the west side of Penrice Castle (ruins).
  19. II* Church of St David Photos
    In a nearly square graveyard in the farm hamlet of Llanddewi, 4km north of Port Eynon village. Rubble limestone and sandstone graveyard wall with iron gate to south; two stiles.
  20. II* Stouthall
    At north side of the B4118 1km west of Little Reynoldston, standing in parkland.
  21. II* Church of St Mary Photos
    At the centre of Rhossili village. Stone churchyard wall in rubble masonry with some older gravestones built into rear face; timber gates E and W, stile beside E gate.
  22. II* Hendrefoilan
    Located at the end of a lane which leads off the road through the Hendrefoilan student village. The village was built in the grounds of the house. The stable block, now converted to a library, is to
  23. II* Ebenezer Chapel
    In a prominent position in the square between the shopping centre and the Civic Centre, and backing onto the River Afan.
  24. II* Church of Saint Cattwg
    In a prominent position on a bend on the SE side of Church Road.
  25. II* Dock walls and gate between inner dock and outer basin at Briton Ferry Docks
    On the S side of the elevated M4 400m E of the River Neath.
  26. II* Cefn Coed Colliery, No. 1 Shaft Headframe
    Located at the Cefn Coed Colliery Museum in the Dulais Valley, on the A4109 two miles north of Aberdulais.
  27. II* Cefn Coed Colliery, No. 2 Shaft Headframe
    Located at the Cefn Coed Colliery Museum in the Dulais Valley, on the A4109 two miles north of Aberdulais.
  28. II* Cefn Coed Colliery chimney and boiler house flue
    Located at the Cefn Coed Colliery Museum in the Dulais Valley, on the A4109 two miles north of Aberdulais. The tall brick stack forms a considerable landmark immediately adjacent to the main road.
  29. II* Cefn Coed Colliery Boilerhouse
    Located at the Cefn Coed Colliery Museum in the Dulais Valley, on the A4109 two miles north of Aberdulais. The boilers are in the centre of the Museum complex, housed beneath a corrugated roof.
  30. II* Cefn Coed Colliery Engine House Range and Steam Capstan Engine
    At Cefn Coed Colliery Museum in the Dulais Valley, on the A4109 2 miles N of Aberdulais. The engine house range of 3 gabled buildings adjacent to the main road. The steam capstan engine situated imme
  31. II* Godre'r Rhos Independent Chapel and vestry
    Situated some 1km to the N of Crynant set back on the E side of the minor road to Ystradgynlais.
  32. II* Bont Fawr Aqueduct (partly in Pelenna Community)
    Prominently located spanning the Afan valley, to the N of Aqueduct Terrace.
  33. II* No. 1 Blast Furnace at former Neath Abbey Ironworks
    On the W side of the River Clydach in Neath Abbey some 170m N of the junction of Neath Abbey Road and Monastery Road.
  34. II* No. 2 Blast Furnace at former Neath Abbey Ironworks
    On the W side of the River Clydach in Neath Abbey some 140m N of the junction of Neath Abbey Road and Monastery Road.
  35. II* Rheola House
    In parkland to the N of the B4242 between Resolven and Glynneath.
  36. II* Church of Saint Cadoc
    Set in a small churchyard to SE of the ruins of Aberpergwm House; reached from the main drive to the house which leads off the main road SW of Glynneath.
  37. II* Capel Y Tabernacl
    Situated on the N side of Cwmgors some 100m S of the junction of Heol-y-gors and Llwyn Road.
  38. II* Hen Eglwys
    Located on the hillside, Graig Fawr, north of Margam Park. Accessed by a footpath which leads SW off the road along Cwm Bach. In a prominent and spectacular position.
  39. II* Old Park
    The road runs SW off the A48 and the house is at the end.
  40. II* Terrace Walls and Screen at Margam Castle
    On the W side of Margam Castle and an integral part of the composition.
  41. II* Beulah Calvinistic Methodist Chapel Photos
    Located at the N end of Tollgate Park.
  42. II* Llanmihangel
    Located at the end of a track which runs N off Marlas Road, Pyle. N of Llanmihangel Mill Farm.
  43. II* Terrace with Pools and Flower Beds Fronting Margam Orangery
    Immediately in front of and adjoining Margam Orangery.
  44. II* Monastic Baths
    Located on the W bank of the Afon Cwm Bach, on the E side of a track. To the N, the track bends round sharply to the E, over the river, and on to Cwm Maelwg Farm.
  45. II* Service Buildings including Courtyard Walls at Margam Castle
    Adjoining the E side of Margam Castle.
  46. II* Margam Crematorium Photos
    Located along a service road c600m south from Heol Cae’r- Bont, west of Junction 38 of the M4 motorway.
  47. II* Neath Castle
    Situated between the Hall and Castle Street at the northern end of the Old Town.
  48. II* Old Town Church of St Thomas
    Located in a spacious churchyard within Church Place.
  49. II* Parish Church of At Illtyd
    In an irregular churchyard between Llantwit Road and the Neath Canal by Llantwit Cemetery.
  50. II* St Catherine's Church
    Prominently situated on the corner of School Road with Old Road.
  51. II* Parish Church of St David
    Prominently situated near Victoria Gardens Park by the junction of St David’s Street with Orchard Street.
  52. II* Bont Fawr Aqueduct (partly in Cwmavon community)
    Prominently located in Pontrhydyfen spanning the Afan valley.
  53. II* Capel Gellionnen (Gellionnen and Graig Unitarian Church)
    Situated in a remote rural position high on Mynydd Gellionen reached down a track off the minor road from Rhyd-y-gwin.
  54. II* Church of Saint Peter
    Situated on the S side of the High Street in a prominent position.
  55. II* Church of St Theodore
    Set within a rectangular walled churchyard, with memorial park to the R and vicarage and mission room to the L.
  56. II* Melincwrt Independent Chapel
    Situated above and SW of Resolven on the E bank of Melin Court Brook.
  57. II* War Memorial
    The focal point of the memorial park, in the centre of the main avenue.
  58. II* Aberdulais Aqueduct (partly in Tonna community)
    Spanning the Afon Nedd W of Aberdulais Basin and approximately 0.4km N of Tonna church.
  59. II* Aberdulais Aqueduct (partly in Blaenhonddan community)
    Spanning the River Neath W of Aberdulais Basin and approximately 0.4km N of Tonna church.
  60. II* Cefn Cribwr ironworks, the furnace and charging house
    The ironworks is located near the bottom of the Nant Iorwerth Coch, on the S side of the brook. The furnace stands at the hub of the group of buildings.
  61. II* Cast house at Cefn Cribwr Ironworks
    The ironworks lies at the bottom of the Nant Iorwerth Coch. The casting house adjoins the furnace on the N side.
  62. II* Ty Mawr
    Approximately 0.5km NE of Coity church on E side of minor road from Coity to Cefn Hirgoed, and S side of junction with minor road to Pencoed.
  63. II* Church of St Cein Photos
    Situated on the hilltop approx 2 km NE Llangeinor, reached from the road that links Garw and Ogmore Valleys, centre of a small rural settlement.
  64. II* New Inn Bridge
    Road bridge over Ogmore river approximately 1.2km NE of Merthyr Mawr church.
  65. II* Ty Mawr aka The Great House
    On the main village thoroughfare a short distance SW of the Church of St David.
  66. II* Church of St Cynwyd Photos
    The church lies at the centre of the village of Llangynwyd, surrounded by a D-shaped stone walled graveyard.
  67. II* Llwydarth farmhouse
    The farmhouse is set on a steep hill, with access by farm track directly off the A4063 Maesteg to Bridgend Road.
  68. II* Maesteg Sports Centre, The Cornstores Photos
    The Sports Centre is at the end of Albert Terrace, leading off Neath Road.
  69. II* Iron bridge over River Llynfi Photos
    Located at the bottom end of Treharne Row, off Castle Street, and below the Rugby ground.
  70. II* Bethania Capel y Bedyddwyr Neillduol
    Located prominently on an elevated site behind a railed forecourt, and facing down Ewenny Road.
  71. II* Salem Welsh Baptist Chapel
    Located in a row of terraced housing, and set behind a narrow front railed area.
  72. II* Maesteg Council Offices, with flanking walls and piers.
    Located behind the town hall on the S side of Talbot Street.
  73. II* Glan Rhyd Railway Viaduct
    Spanning River Ogmore on a minor road E of A4063 and almost directly beneath viaduct of M4.
  74. II* Glan Rhyd Railway Viaduct (partly in Newcastle Higher community)
    Spanning River Ogmore on a minor road E of A4063 and almost directly beneath viaduct of M4.
  75. II* Church of St Tyfodwg, Llandyfodwg - Glynogwr
    The church stands in its churchyard the centre of the hamlet of Glynogwr, approximately half-way between Blackmill and Gilfach Goch.
  76. II* Nottage Court Photos
    On the E edge of the hamlet of Nottage, on rising ground above the valley of Dewiscumbe, set in large walled grounds reached by a drive.
  77. II* Maendy
    On sloping ground above Nant Bryncethin, W of Bryncethin village with dismantled railway close to rear.
  78. II* Former Blast Engine Houses at Tondu Ironworks
    At the foot of the hillside into which the Ironworks was built, W of Tondu station and Maesteg Road and at the edge of the now cleared former coal and rail works and yards.
  79. II* Calcining Kilns and attached abutment at Tondu Ironworks
    Set in the hillside between the company housing of Derllwyn Road and Park Terrace above and the levelled area below where the Engine House stands, just above the old furnace bank and opposite the Lift
  80. II* Lift Tower at Tondu Ironworks
    Set in the hillside between the company housing of Derllwyn Road and Park Terrace above and the levelled area below where the Engine House stands, against the old furnace bank and opposite the Calcini
  81. II* Church of St Mary Magdalen, Pyle with Kenfig.
    The church stands in a raised curvilinear churchyard on a high prominence above the former site of Kenfig, by the junction of the side road into Maudlam village.
  82. II* The Hall Farm
    The former farmhouse lies in the midst of suburban development at the end of a driveway opening between Nos 33 and 35 Hall Drive.
  83. II* Llanmihangel Mill
    Located N of the Afon Cynffig on a track which leads off Marlas Road in Pyle. Part of Llanmihangel Mill Farm.
  84. II* Pyle Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Capel y Pil, and schoolroom, with forecourt railings.
    Ffordd y Eglwys leads from Pyle to North Cornelly. The chapel is set gable end to the road W of the former railway line, with the schoolroom adjoining on the S.
  85. II* Church of St Cadoc
    At junction of Coldbrook Road West and Brock Street in small churchyard.
  86. II* Church of St Dyfan and St Teilo
    Barry
  87. II* Barry Castle
    Near junction with Porth-y-Castell.
  88. II* Whitehouse Cottage
    To N of Watch Tower and Old Rocket Shed.
  89. II* Former Barry Docks Offices (now offices of Associated British Ports) Photos
    Prominently sited, overlooking Docks to S, below the town on a flat site near Castleisland Point; railway immediately to rear.
  90. II* Pedestal and Statue of David Davies Photos
    On the seaward side of the road in front of the main elevation of the Barry Dock Board Offices. Faces S overlooking the docks.
  91. II* Sliding Bridge at N entrance to Basin
    Spans N entrance to Dock Basin.
  92. II* Great House (Ty Mawr), Aberthin
    In large walled garden about 300m E of centre of Aberthin; on N side of Nant Aberthin.
  93. II* St Quintin's Castle (Llanblethian Castle) Photos
    About 450m NE of Llanblethian church on spur of land above loop in River Thaw.
  94. II* Church of St. Brynach
    At the very southern point of the community and about 1.5 km south of Penllyn village.
  95. II* Town Walls
    On E side of The Butts, from rear of Mason's Arms, to bastion at SW angle, thence along N side of Town Mill Road.
  96. II* South Gate (Porth y Felin)
    At S end of Church Street.
  97. II* Cowbridge Grammar School Photos
    To S of Parish Church.
  98. II* The Town Hall
    Prominently sited near the E end of High Street, with rear elevations to Town Hall Square.
  99. II* The Great House
    Prominent tall building about 80m E of junction with Church Street.
  100. II* Great House with Forecourt Walls & Gatepiers
    About 100m SW of bridge over River Thaw.
  101. II* Church of St Andrew Photos
    On low-lying ground in the centre of the hamlet, a still rural community NW of the urban development of Dinas Powys, standing in a roughly rectangular churchyard with retaining wall incorporating ston
  102. II* The Old Rectory
    Situated on SW side of the church, within the grounds of The Rectory and reached by a drive through that property.
  103. II* Ewenny Priory (house)
    About 1km NE of Ewenny village, to S of Ewenny Priory to which house is attached.
  104. II* Ewenny Priory Barn
    Forming part of the N boundary of Ewenny Priory house courtyard, backing onto to Abbey Road, just S of Ewenny River and W of the Priory.
  105. II* E Precinct Wall at Ewenny Priory (house)
    Aligned roughly N/S in Ewenny Priory (house) garden, joining churchyard at SE and former SE gatehouse.
  106. II* Former SE Tower at Ewenny Priory (house)
    At the SE corner of Ewenny Priory (house) lawned garden adjacent to the haha forming the S boundary.
  107. II* Medieval fishpool in W part of Ewenny Priory (house) gardens
    In the walled garden in the W part of the Priory complex.
  108. II* Ty Maen
    Located off the S side of the B4524 road which leads from Bridgend to Ogmore-by-Sea. The house is just W of the community boundary with Ewenny, and is cut into the hillside with sharp drops to the N
  109. II* Garnllwyd Farmhouse
    Located on the N side of the Nant Llancarfan stream, N of Llancarfan Village.
  110. II* Treguff Farmhouse
    Set on high ground, on a platform site, E of the Nant Treguff and 2km NW of Llancarfan. Large farmyard below. Stone stile to front courtyard which has rubble boundary wall.
  111. II* Trewallter Fawr Farmhouse
    Set on the E side of the Walterstone hamlet to the NE of the Llancarfan village.
  112. II* St Illtyd's Parish Church Photos
    Located at the centre of the Village, W of Llantrithyd Place.
  113. II* Parish Church of St Michael and All Angels Photos
    Located to the S of Llanmihangel Place, set on a slope on the opposite side of the road facing Llanmihangel Place, set within the churchyard, to the SW of the barn and stable at Llanmihangel.
  114. II* Parish Church of The Holy Trinity
    Located at the centre of Llandow village, opposite The Great House.
  115. II* Church Farmhouse (also known as The Glebe)
    Situated immediately to the NE of the Parish Church of Holy Trinity, in the centre of Llandow village. Set within its own gardens to front and rear, bounded by a low rubble wall.
  116. II* Sutton
    Located approximately 1km S of Llandow village and 1km W of the Llandow trading estate on the SW bank of Sutton brook, down a long private track running NW from Sutton Road.
  117. II* Barn and Stable to E of Llanmihangel Place
    Situated at the far side of the farmyard across the lane alongside Llanmihangel Place.
  118. II* Parish Church of St Hilary Photos
    Located at the centre of St Hilary village.
  119. II* Old Beaupre Farmhouse
    Located at the SE corner of Old Beaupre Castle, attached to the E end of the S range of the ruined manor house, aligned on a N/S axis.
  120. II* Llandough Castle
    Located to the NW of St Dochdwy parish church, Llandough. Set back from the road frontage behind high boundary walls.
  121. II* The Gatehouse (including attached boundary walls)
    On higher ground close to Llandough Castle, in the centre of the village and approached along a narrow lane.
  122. II* Church of St Peter
    In the village centre set within a large walled rectangular churchyard with entrances at SE and SW.
  123. II* The Blue Anchor Inn PH
    In the centre of East Aberthaw village on the east side of the road.
  124. II* Church of St Mary
    In the centre of Penmark village on the north side of the road to Barry.
  125. II* Church of St Curig Photos
    On the eastern boundary of the community set to the south-east of Porthkerry village green.
  126. II* Church Farmhouse (aka Glebe Farm)
    On the north side of the Porthkerry village green abouth 50m from the Church of St Curig
  127. II* Outbuilding to north of Church Farmhouse
    In the garden on the north side of Church Farmhouse.
  128. II* Watchtower at Fonmon Castle
    About 200m south of Fonmon Castle.
  129. II* Flemingston Court Farmhouse
    On the south side of the Churchyard of the Church of St Michael the Archangel.
  130. II* Gileston Manor
    In the centre of Gileston village and immediately west of the Church of St Giles.
  131. II* Castleton Farmhouse
    About 700m north-east of the Church of St. Athan and approached down a cul-de-sac.
  132. II* Church of St Brise
    It is within the boundary fence of RAF St Athan on the south side of a right-angled bend in the road and hidden by trees.
  133. II* Church of St Giles
    In the centre of Gileston village and immediately to the east of Gileston Manor.
  134. II* Church of St Michael the Archangel
    In the centre of Flemingston village.
  135. II* Church of St Bridget Photos
    Set within a polygonal churchyard on the hillside, towards the NW end of St. Brides Major.
  136. II* Candleston Castle
    Approximately 1.2km WSW of Merthyr Mawr church, on the E (inland) side of sand dunes at Merthyr Mawr Warren, and at the end of a minor road W of Merthyr Mawr village.
  137. II* Church of St Mary
    About 200m east of the road junction in the centre of Monknash on the south side of the road going towards St Donats.
  138. II* Church of St George
    A little to the E of the hamlet of St Georges which developed round Castle Farm, main approach from N, the centre of a small cluster of buildings grouped round the churchyard, close to the Ely River.
  139. II* Coach-house and stables at Coedarhydyglyn
    To the NE of the main house, on the same plateau.
  140. II* Parish Church of St Nicholas
    Reached from the north side of the main A 48 road and set within low walled churchyard.
  141. II* Dyffryn House
    Set within the large public grounds of Dyffryn Gardens; 2km to south of St Nicholas.
  142. II* Church of St Bleiddian Photos
    In the centre of St Lythans hamlet, set back from the road, reached by a short track and surrounded by a roughly circular walled churchyard incorporating stone stiles.
  143. II* Church of St Mary
    In the centre of Wenvoe village, fronting the main thoroughfare, in a roughly rectangular churchyard entered through a stone arch at NE.
  144. II* Church of St. James
    Located on the N side of Church Street in the centre of Wick Village. Located in a roughly rectangular churchyard.
  145. II* St Elvan's Church Photos
    Prominently set in a small churchyard on an eminence in the centre of the town. Reached from Victoria Square, up Church Street and from Canon Street.
  146. II* St John the Baptist Parish Church Photos
    Set in a oval churchyard on the western edge of the town centre. Part rubble walled and railed boundary.
  147. II* Cwm Coke Works Northern Cooling Tower
    One of a pair of wooden cooling towers located opposite the offices in the centre of Cwm Coke Works. The second tower is aligned and about 10m to the S.
  148. II* Cwm Coke Works Southern Cooling Tower
    One of a pair of wooden cooling towers located opposite the offices in the centre of Cwm Coke Works. Immediately to the S of and aligned with the larger northern tower.
  149. II* Llwydcoed Crematorium
    Between Merthyr and Hirwaun, on minor road off A465, on S slope of hillside, set in extensive landscaped grounds.
  150. II* Elim Pentecostal Church
    Situated in a terrace in Knight Street, some 30 m uphill from its junction with the A4059.
  151. II* St.Peter's Parish Church
    Situated in a sloping rectangular churchyard, the W end fronting Llewellyn Street, the main thoroughfare.
  152. II* Bethesda Welsh Independent Chapel
    Situated on an island site within the grid pattern of the neighbouring streets in this central area of Ton Pentre just W of the river and railway crossing and adjacent to the churchyard of St John Yst
  153. II* Former Casting House and Workshop at Treforest Tinplate Works
    At the N end of the former tinplate works.
  154. II* Workshop NW of Tinning House at Treforest Tinplate Works
    On the NW side of the former tinplate works.
  155. II* Former Tinning House at Treforest Tinplate Works Photos
    On the N side of the former rolling mill.
  156. II* Former Smithy at Treforest Tinplate Works Photos
    On the E side of the former rolling mill.
  157. II* Former Rolling Mill at Treforest Tinplate Works Photos
    At the S end of Treforest and reached across a bridge over the Taff W of Cardiff Road. The rolling mill is at the S end of the former works.
  158. II* Municipal Buildings Photos
    To the NW of the town centre. The main entrance front faces S to Chapel Street, which turns back along rear elevation.
  159. II* Memorial to Evan and James James at Ynysangharad Park Photos
    Ynysyngharad Park is on the E side of the town centre and River Taff. The memorial is on the E side of the park N of the bandstand.
  160. II* Taff Vale Railway Viaduct over Mill Street including masonry weir Photos
    Spanning the River Rhondda to the W of the town centre.
  161. II* White Bridge (also known as Berw Bridge) Photos
    Spanning the River Taff approximately 0.7km NNE of Pontypridd Bridge.
  162. II* Church of St Catherine Photos
    Prominently sited in its own churchyard raised above the level of Gelliwastad Road.
  163. II* Fan House at Hetty Shaft Photos
    On the W side of the engine house.
  164. II* Leat Retaining Wall at Treforest Tinplate Works
    Parallel with and detached from the W side of the former rolling mill.
  165. II* Machine Bridge (also known as Pont y Doctor) Photos
    Spanning the River Taff at the SE end of Broadway and E of St Dyfrig's Church.
  166. II* Evan Howells Butchers Shop
    Situated on the NE side of Hannah Street in the town centre. Part of the former Thomas and Evans complex of shops, Nos. 22-25 of which are listed separately.
  167. II* Ebenezer Welsh Independent Chapel
    Situated on the main thoroughfare in a commanding position above the road and next to the Police Station.
  168. II* Ysgoldy Ebenezer attached to left of Ebenezer Welsh Independent Chapel
    Situated on the main thoroughfare in a commanding position above the road and next to the Police Station.
  169. II* Former Lewis Merthyr Colliery lamproom and fan house Photos
    Located between the 2 headframes at the N side of the main colliery yard.
  170. II* Former Lewis Merthyr Colliery Bertie pithead, headframe, tram circuit and tippler Photos
    Located at NW corner of complex
  171. II* Former Lewis Merthyr Colliery Trefor pithead and headframe Photos
    Located on the N side of the complex, the eastern of the 2 pitheads.
  172. II* Former Lewis Merthyr Colliery Trefor winding engine house Photos
    Located next to Coedcae Road at the centre of the complex.
  173. II* Former Lewis Merthyr Colliery Bertie winding engine house Photos
    Located facing Coedcae Road at the W side of complex.
  174. II* Tynewydd Farm House Photos
    A single house, set within a walled garden on the S facing slope of the valley above the River Rhondda and the later development of the town with access from the street known as Mountain View.
  175. II* Park and Dare Workmen's Institute and Hall Photos
    Situated just off High Street/Bute Street in a central position in the town by the main railway and river crossing and Treorchy station and at the entrance to the Cwmparc valley; separate frontages o
  176. II* Ynysfach Engine House
    Located at the W of Merthyr College and just N of the remains of the Ynysfach blast furnaces.
  177. II* Former Guest Memorial Library
    On the NW side of the High Street at the SW side of its junction with Gwernllyn Road.
  178. II* Dowlais Works Blast Engine House
    Situated on the SE side of the High Street some 150m SW of the former Guest Memorial Library.
  179. II* Pont-y-Cafnau Photos
    Small ironwork bridge spanning the River Taff immediately downstream from junction of Taf Fawr and Taf Fechan. Reached by an access road descending diagonally from Pont-y-Cefn (A470) and through EFI
  180. II* Town Hall Photos
    Prominently sited in the town centre, opposite the junction with Castle Street.
  181. II* Quakers Yard Railway Viaduct
    Crossing the Afon Taf just S of Edwardsville.
  182. II* Greenfield Bridge, Penydarren Tramroad
    Crossing the Afon Taf some 200m NE of the railway viaduct at Quakers Yard.
  183. II* Victoria Bridge, Penydarren Tramroad
    Crossing the Afon Taf just N and W of Cardiff Road and some 75m N of Bryneulog Terrace.
  184. II* Tomb of William Edwards in the churchyard of St Ilan, Eglwysilan Photos
    On the S side of the nave to SW of the porch, adjacent to path on the W side.
  185. II* Hanbury Road Baptist Chapel and Schoolrooms, including gates and gatepiers
    Situated in the centre of Bargoed, approximately 150m N of the police station, set back behind small forecourt with railings.
  186. II* Hengoed Viaduct (partly in Maesycwmmer Community) Photos
    A prominent landscape feature spanning the Rhymney Valley between Maesycwmmer and Hengoed.
  187. II* Penallta Colliery Engine Hall and Fan House Photos
    Situated between Ystrad Mynach and Gelligaer, on the east side of Penalltau Road. The Engine Hall is at the north side of the colliery complex.
  188. II* Penallta Colliery Baths Building
    Situated between Ystrad Mynach and Gelligaer, on the east side of Penalltau Road. The Baths Building faces Penalltau Road, on the west of the complex.
  189. II* Penallta Colliery No.1 Headframe
    Situated between Ystrad Mynach and Gelligaer, on the east side of Penalltau Road. The western of the two headframes, at the centre of the complex.
  190. II* Penallta Colliery No.2 Headframe Photos
    Situated between Ystrad Mynach and Gelligaer, on the east side of Penalltau Road. The eastern of the two headframes, at the east of the complex.
  191. II* Ruperra Castle Photos
    Approximately 2.5km E of Rudry Church, on high ground above Rhymney valley and reached by private drive W of minor road between Michaelston-y-Fedw and Draethen.
  192. II* Cardiff Bay Station Photos
    On exposed corner site with long side parallel to Bute Street
  193. II* National Westminster Bank
    Prominent bank building midway along the street with W elevation opposite the entrance to Mount Stuart Square.
  194. II* Empire House Photos
    Dramatically stepped up near the end of a long line of buildings on the N side of the square and opposite the former Coal Exchange.
  195. II* Cardiff Exchange Building Photos
    Prominently sited occupying the whole of the central area of the square.
  196. II* Castle Arcade Photos
    L-plan arcade with entrances in Castle Street (opposite entrance to Castle) and High Street (opposite High Street Arcade).
  197. II* Tabernacle Chapel including attached Hall and forecourt railings Photos
    To L of David Morgan department store.
  198. II* Welsh National War Memorial Photos
    In centre of Alexandra Gardens.
  199. II* South African War Memorial Photos
    At S end of Avenue, between City Hall and the Law Courts.
  200. II* University of Wales, Cardiff, including Forecourt Walls Photos
    Opposite E side of Alexandra Gardens, on a large site backing on to Park Place.
  201. II* Stables to Cardiff Castle in Bute Park Photos
    Situated to N of the castle between North Road and the dock feeder.
  202. II* Cardiff Central Market Photos
    On large site between Trinity Street and St Mary Street, with Trinity Street entrance opposite St John's Gardens.
  203. II* City United Reformed Church Photos
    On corner with Windsor Lane.
  204. II* Howells Department Store Photos
    Occupying a prominent corner site with Wharton Street to S, and Trinity Street to rear.
  205. II* Former Central Library Photos
    Occupying a key city centre location with entrance front to Trinity Street, dominant south facade to the Hayes, flank elevation to Working Street and rear facing St John's Church.
  206. II* West Lodge to Cardiff Castle, including attached Walls & Gateway Photos
    At S entrance to Bute Park.
  207. II* Entrance Block to Castle Arcade Photos
    Almost opposite entrance of High Street Arcade.
  208. II* Cathays Library Photos
    At the junction of Fairoak Road and Whitchurch Road, the entrance set back from the corner behind a forecourt (originally with railings).
  209. II* Church of St Denys
    On the very E edge of the developed part of Lisvane.
  210. II* No.49 Cardiff Road,llandaff (The High Court of Justice,probate Registry of Wales),,,,,south Glamorga Photos
    On the east side of Cardiff Road and part of an important group of buildings at the south entrance to Llandaff village.
  211. II* The Cathedral School
    On the east side of Cardiff Road and part of an important group of buildings at the south entrance to Llandaff village.
  212. II* Howells School, Original Building with Big Hall
    On the west side of Cardiff Road and the first major building of Llandaff when approached from the south.
  213. II* Insole Court Photos
    Set in its own grounds, laid out on western edge of Llandaff; reached along a tree-lined drive running south from Fairwater Road. Previously known as Ely Court and The Court.
  214. II* Chapel of St. Michael's College Photos
    Within St. Michael's College and a part of the quadrangular group.
  215. II* Church of St. Isan
    Set in a large quadrangular churchyard in the centre of the village, on the corner of Station Road and Heol Hir.
  216. II* Castell-y-mynach
    On the S side of Creigiau, now completely surrounded by housing; rear courtyard reached by a short drive with walled garden to front and sides.
  217. II* Pencoed
    Very near the S community boundary and the M4 motorway, just W of Capel Llaniltern and approached by a wooded drive off the Llantrisant Road.
  218. II* Craig-y-parc House
    Set on the hillside SW of Pentyrch, within large grounds including woodland to W, the main frontage facing S over the Vale.
  219. II* Loggia at Craig-y-parc and attached terrace walls and steps
    Stands adjacent to the house to E, at the end of the top terrace facing W.
  220. II* Garden terrace and steps at Craig-y-parc
    Adjoining the S frontage of Craig-y-parc House with steps leading down from columned screen to the garden.
  221. II* Church of St Peter Photos
    Prominently sited and facing directly on to the street.
  222. II* Gelynis Farmhouse and attached cottage and stable
    E of Morganstown, close to the River Taff, reached by a track crossing the railway from the main road
  223. II* New House Hotel
    On the lower slopes of Caerphilly Mountain in countryside overlooking Cardiff and beyond the Bristol Channel, reached by a drive.
  224. II* St Andrews United Reformed Church
    Prominently sited at the junction of Wellfield Road, Penylan Road and Marlborough Road.
  225. II* Llanfair-fach House
    To the east of the minor road from Capel Llaniltern to St Bride’s Super Ely, approximately 500m south of M4 motorway.
  226. II* Church of St Mary the Blessed Virgin Photos
    In the centre of St Fagans village opposite St Fagans Castle.
  227. II* Lead Cistern in the east forecourt of St Fagans Castle
    One of the associated structures in the gardens of St Fagans Castle and part of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  228. II* The Old Rectory
    On the east side of the village approached up the lane by the Church of St Mary the Blessed Virgin.
  229. II* Llanharan House
    Set in open parkland above and on the N side of the A473 0.5km E of Llanharan village.
  230. II* Castellau House
    Located on the E side of a narrow lane which runs N from Castellau to Gelli-wion and on to Pontypridd.
  231. II* Church of St Illtyd, St Gwynno and St Dyfodwg
    Located in an elevated position towards the centre of the village and to the W of the castle.
  232. II* Church of St Michael and All Angels
    Set within a square grassed enclosure and surrounded by housing.
  233. II* Talygarn
    In extensive grounds reached by a drive off the E side of the A4222 Cowbridge Road S of the M4 and Pontyclun village.
  234. II* Cefn Railway Viaduct Photos
    On the SW side of Cefn Coed-y-cymmer crossing the valley of the Afon Taff Fawr.
  235. II* Pontsarn Railway Viaduct (also in Vaynor)
    Crossing the Afon Taf Fechan just N of Pontsarn and some 600m NW of the remains of Morlais Castle.
  236. II* Old Bridge
    Pedestrian bridge spanning the River Ogwr, a short way downstream from New Bridge.
  237. II* St John's Hospice
    Set into slope, half way up the hill; small rubble walled gardens flanking entrance.
  238. II* Church of St Illtyd
    To S of the castle, high above the town.
  239. II* Newcastle Castle Photos
    On an elevated site to N of St Illtyd's Parish Church.
  240. II* Newcastle House
    Set back and above the road, to W of the castle and Parish church.
  241. II* Churchyard Cross in Coychurch Churchyard
    Situated in Coychurch churchyard very close to the S door of the Church of St Crallo.
  242. II* Coychurch Cemetery Chapel of Remembrance
    Within the cemetery grounds between the entrance and the main chapel complex and joined to the latter by a conifer lined walkway.
  243. II* Coychurch Cemetery Capel Crallo and Capel Coity
    The main Capel Crallo fronts a lake with fountains and is joined to the smaller Capel Coity by a cloister walk and garden.
  244. II* Tythegston Court
    On N side of A4106 opposite minor road into Tythegston village, and reached by short private road on NW side.
  245. II* New Bridge Photos
    Crossing the Ogmore river approximately 1km NE of Merthyr Mawr church.
  246. II* Church of St Teilo Photos
    On NW side of settlement and N side of minor road between village and Merthyr Mawr Warren.
  247. II* Merthyr Mawr House
    Approximately 0.75km NE of parish church and reached by private drives on its W and NE sides.
  248. II* Church of St Edeyrn
    In the centre of the still identifiable hamlet of Llanedeyrn though close to motorway, housing and business developments. Standing in the centre of a roughly triangular sloping churchyard, the main e
  249. II* Groeswen Chapel Photos
    Set within its burial ground, the chapel faces the road with vestry adjoining to the W. Located at the E end of Groeswen village.
  250. II* Llanmaes House
    In the centre of Llanmaes village facing the east end of the Church of St. Cattwg.
  251. II* Church of St Cattwg
    In the centre of Llanmaes village.
  252. II* Walls, Gatepiers and Gates of Llanmaes House
    Surrounding the front and rear gardens of Llanmaes House.
  253. II* Boverton Place including attached bee-boles Photos
    On the south side of Boverton village centre.
  254. II* The Town Hall Photos
    In the centre of Llantwit Major.
  255. II* Dovecote Photos
    About 110m south-west of the Church of St. Illtud.
  256. II* The Gatehouse (Porter's Room) Photos
    About 80m south-west of the Church of St. Illtud. The building is on the roadside and is sited near the south-east corner of the 'Monastery' field.
  257. II* Old Swan Inn PH Photos
    In the centre of Llantwit Major just to the north of The Town Hall.
  258. II* Ty-Mawr (or Great House) Photos
    About 500m north of the Church of St. Illtud at the northern entrance to the town.
  259. II* Old Leckwith Bridge (partly in the Michaelston community)
    At the southern end of Canton crossing the River Ely into Leckwith which is without Cardiff in Michaelston Community.
  260. II* Old Leckwith Bridge (partly in Canton Community) Photos
    At the S end of Canton crossing the River Ely into Leckwith; at the foot of Leckwith Woods and adjacent to the later bridge carrying the B4267
  261. II* St Peter's Church Photos
    On E of minor road branching off Sully Road. To N of Cogan Old Hall Farm.
  262. II* Church of St Cadoc (St Cattwg)
    In the centre of the village.
  263. II* Sully Hospital
    Reached along a byroad one-and-a-half kms SW from B4267 near W outskirts of Sully. The hospital is sited in extensive, wooded grounds at Hayes Point overlooking the Bristol Channel.
  264. II* Church of St Teilo
    Situated in a large rectangular churchyard which slopes down to the Bishopston Valley towards the W and is surrounded by trees.
  265. II* Offices of Associated British Ports Formerly Swansea Harbour Trust
    Prominently sited overlooking Quay Parade (A483) and occupying the whole street block between Somerset Place and Pier Street.
  266. II* Glynn Vivian Art Gallery
    Castle
  267. II* Bethesda Baptist Church
    Set below road level in a railed burial ground on the corner with Prince of Wales Road.
  268. II* Midland Bank
    Occupying a substantial corner site, St Mary’s Street to left side.
  269. II* Ebenezer Baptist Chapel,
    Dominant building in a narrow side street off High Street and close to the railway station.
  270. II* Ebenezer Baptist Chapel Hall
    Castle
  271. II* Mount Pleasant Baptist Church
    Prominently sited on the corner with Dynevor Place.
  272. II* Mount Pleasant Baptist Church Hall
    Prominently sited on the corner with Dynevor Place.
  273. II* Mount Pleasant Baptist School Blocks
    Prominently sited on the corner with Dynevor Place.
  274. II* The Old Guildhall (Former Annexe to Dynevor Comprehensive School) Photos
    Large public building close to River Tawe and the former site of West Docks.
  275. II* Royal Institution of South Wales (Swansea Museum)
    Occupying an exposed island site facing N across the A483 dual carriageway.
  276. II* Royal Institution of South Wales (Swansea Museum) Boundary Walls & Railings
    Occupying an exposed island site facing N across the A483 dual carriageway.
  277. II* Musgrave engine house and chimney
    Located close to the River Tawe in the southern part of the former Hafod and Morfa copperworks site.
  278. II* New Siloh (Seilo Newydd) Congregational Chapel, including gates and railings. Photos
    Occupying a prominent corner position at the top of Siloh Hill, long flank elevation to Pentre Treharn Road; ground falls steeply to E.
  279. II* Church of St David and St Cyfelach
    Situated near the centre of Llangyfelach just W of the B4489 (Swansea Road) and S of the A48.
  280. II* Tower of Church of St David and St Cyfelach
    Situated just S of the church in the churchyard near the centre of Llangyfelach.
  281. II* The Equatorial Observatory, Penllergare
    Situated some 60m NW of the Neath Port Talbot Borough Council offices in Penbwl Wood.
  282. II* Kilvrough Manor
    Approximately 0.8km NNW of Pennard church, on the S side and reached by a short drive off the A4118 E of Parkmill.
  283. II* Pennard Castle Photos
    Dramatically sited on the cliff overlooking Pennard Pill and Threecliff Bay and on the W edge of Pennard golf course.

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