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  1. II* Salem Welsh Baptist Chapel
    Located in a row of terraced housing, and set behind a narrow front railed area.
  2. II Nantyffyllon Workmen's Institute Photos
    Located onto the new road, N of Maesteg, and backing on the the Great Western Railway line.
  3. II Siloh Independent Chapel
    Set in the centre of Nantyffyllon, and set back behind an iron railed forecourt.
  4. II Capel Saron
    Located in an elevated position above High Street, at the N end of Maesteg, and accessed by a small road to the Forge Factory Estate.
  5. II Zoar Chapel
    Located at the end of the short Zoar Place, off Castle Street.
  6. II Blast Furnace at Maesteg Sports Centre Photos
    Located immediately N of the 'Cornstores', by the car park for the Sports Centre.
  7. II* Iron bridge over River Llynfi Photos
    Located at the bottom end of Treharne Row, off Castle Street, and below the Rugby ground.
  8. II* Maesteg Sports Centre, The Cornstores Photos
    The Sports Centre is at the end of Albert Terrace, leading off Neath Road.
  9. II North Company Offices
    Located on the N corner of Talbot Street with Castle Street, at the centre of Maesteg.
  10. II Cenotaph
    Located in the footpath in front of St David's Church and on the corner of Talbot Street and High Street at the centre of Maesteg.
  11. II Church of St David, and surrounding churchyard railed wall.
    The church is set in a small graveyard on the corner of Talbot Street and Castle Street, at the centre of Maesteg.
  12. II Post Office
    Located between St David's Church and the North Memorial Hall, facing the Town Hall square at the centre of Maesteg.
  13. II William Hopkin Thomas memorial Lamp and fountain.
    Located in the centre of the triangular 'square' opposite the town hall, at the centre of Maesteg.
  14. II Colonel North Memorial Hall
    Located at right angles to the Town Hall, facing the 'square' at the centre of Maesteg.
  15. II Neuadd y Dref (Town Hall )
    Located at the E end of the street, facing NE over a triangular market place.
  16. II* Maesteg Council Offices, with flanking walls and piers.
    Located behind the town hall on the S side of Talbot Street.
  17. II The Star Public House
    Located near the corner of Commercial Road with Neath Road in the commercial centre of Maesteg.
  18. II Church of St Michael and All Angels, Llangynwyd with Maesteg, including enclosing graveyard wall.
    Located on the N side of Bryn-mawr Place, off Neath Road, parallel to and lying above Commercial Street.
  19. II Tabor Eglwys Presbyteriadd Cymru
    Located prominently in the S part of Commercial Street, elevated, with the gable front to the street.
  20. II* Bethania Capel y Bedyddwyr Neillduol
    Located prominently on an elevated site behind a railed forecourt, and facing down Ewenny Road.
  21. II Kiln block at former Bryn Brickworks Photos
    Approximately 1.7km SE of Bryn village in a field on N side of the former Port Talbot Railway.
  22. II Cymmer Viaduct
    Spanning the Afan river approximately 0.5km WNW of the centre of Cymmer.
  23. II* Llwydarth farmhouse
    The farmhouse is set on a steep hill, with access by farm track directly off the A4063 Maesteg to Bridgend Road.
  24. II Croeserw Viaduct
    Spanning the Afan river approximately 200m E of the centre of Cymmer.
  25. II Cymmer Bridge
    Spanning the Afan river approximately 300m NW of the centre of Cymmer, and carrying an unclassified road from Cymmer to Abercregan and Glyncorrwg.
  26. II Hebron Chapel
    Prominently sited on high ground at the N end of Cymmer overlooking Avon Street and the river Afan to the S.
  27. II Old longhouse at Nantyfedw
    Approximately 1.3km ESE of Cymmer, on high ground overlooking the Afan valley, and reached by farm roads E of A4107 or N of Croeserw.
  28. II Stable at Nantyfedw
    On the N side of the longhouse.
  29. II ,1,Gelli Houses,Gelli,,,SA13 3NP
    Approximately 1.1km E of Cymmer and set back from the A4107.
  30. II ,2,Gelli Houses,Gelli,,,SA13 3NP
    Approximately 1.1km E of Cymmer and set back from the A4107.
  31. II ,3,Gelli Houses,Gelli,,,SA13 3NP
    Approximately 1.1km E of Cymmer and set back from the A4107.
  32. II ,4,Gelli Houses,Gelli,,,SA13 3NP
    Approximately 1.1km E of Cymmer and set back from the A4107.
  33. II ,5,Gelli Houses,Gelli,,,SA13 3NP
    Approximately 1.1km E of Cymmer and set back from the A4107.
  34. II ,6,Gelli Houses,Gelli,,,SA13 3NP
    Approximately 1.1km E of Cymmer and set back from the A4107.
  35. II ,7,Gelli Houses,Gelli,,,SA13 3NP
    Approximately 1.1km E of Cymmer and set back from the A4107.
  36. II ,8,Gelli Houses,Gelli,,,SA13 3NP
    Approximately 1.1km E of Cymmer and set back from the A4107.
  37. II ,9,Gelli Houses,Gelli,,,SA13 3NP
    Approximately 1.1km E of Cymmer and set back from the A4107.
  38. II ,10,Gelli Houses,Gelli,,,SA13 3NP
    Approximately 1.1km E of Cymmer and set back from the A4107.
  39. II Pentre Farmhouse, with attached farm range.
    In Cwm Cerdin. The farm is reached from the village of Llangynwyd, along a road running N from a junction with the Pyle Road, 600m W of the church.
  40. II ,11,Gelli Houses,Gelli,,,SA13 3NP
    Approximately 1.1km E of Cymmer and set back from the A4107.
  41. II Bakehouse at Gelli Farm
    Located immediately S of the farmhouse.
  42. II ,12,Gelli Houses,Gelli,,,SA13 3NP
    Approximately 1.1km E of Cymmer and set back from the A4107.
  43. II Barn and Cow House at Gelli Farm
    On the SW side of the farmhouse.
  44. II Gelli Farm
    Approximately 1.2km E of Cymmer, on high ground overlooking the Afan valley and reached by farm road on the E side of the A4107 Cymmer to Treorchy road.
  45. II Jerusalem Baptist Chapel
    On the E side of the main housing estate in Bryn, set back from and above the B4282 Cwmavon to Maesteg road.
  46. II Gelli Farm Cottage
    Approximately 1.2km E of Cymmer, on high ground overlooking the Afan valley and reached by farm road on the E side of the A4107 Cymmer to Treorchy road.
  47. 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.
  48. II Group of five tombs S of the tower of the Church of St Cynwyd
    The tombs are set approximately end to end immediately S of the tower and S wall at the W end of the nave of the church, and adjacent to the path to the S door.
  49. II Two chest tombs on S side of the Church of St Cynwyd
    The two tombs are set E of the porch and approximately 3m from the nave wall.
  50. II Group of 4 Hopkin and Jenkins tombs within iron railings on the W side of the path to the S porch
    The goup of four tombs are enclosed in cast iron railings, and placed c.20m S of the S porch.
  51. II Group of nine memorials on the W side of the path to the S porch, Church of St Cynwyd
    The group comprises 5 chest tombs, 3 ledger slabs and 1 headstone, set immediately S of the Hopkin and Jenkins railed group, approximately 23m S of the S porch door.
  52. II Jenkins Monument in the churchyard, Church of St Cynwyd
    The monumental tomb stands on the E side of the path to the S porch, approximately 22m from the door.
  53. II Churchyard walls around the graveyard, Church of St Cynwyd
    The main churchyard surrounds the church, in the centre of the village.
  54. II The Hopcyn Cross
    The cross is set at the road junction immediately SW of the churchyard, at the centre of Llangynwyd village.
  55. II Telephone call box in front of the Old House PH
    The call box stands in the centre of the village, in the grass verge at the road side, in front of The Old House PH, and opposite the churchyard wall.
  56. II The Old House Inn PH Photos
    The inn is located immediately to the S of the churchyard, and accessed from the road around the churchyard walls.
  57. II Ty'n-y-waun farmhouse
    The farm lies immediately to the S of the housing estate on the W side of the A4063 Bridgend Road at Pont-rhyd-y-cyff. The access drive lies close to and parallel to Heol Ty'n'y'waun. The house stands
  58. II Nantewlath including attached barn and stable
    Approximately 1.5km SW of Glyncorrwg and on the W side of the former South Wales Mineral Railway and Afon Corrwg.
  59. II Animal House at Nantewlath
    On the E side of the farmhouse.
  60. II Bethania Capel y Bedyddwyr (Welsh Baptist Chapel)
    Situated near the centre of Blaengarw, the head of the Garw Valley, on rising ground just E of The Strand.
  61. II Cwm Pelenna ventilation stack
    On open hillside approximately 1.6km ENE of Tonmawr, and sited on high ground on the E side of an unclassified road to Fforch dwm.
  62. II Bee boles and stile in garden wall at Gilfach-uchaf farm
    Gilfach-uchaf farm lies on high ground SW of Llangynwyd village, and is reached by a farm road off the minor road from Llangynwyd to Aberafon. The bee boles are set in a wall at the end of a small pri
  63. II Gilfach-ganol farmhouse
    Located approximately 2000m SW of Llangynwyd, close by Afon Bryncynan and midway between the woods of Craig-yr-aber and Waun-y-gilfach. Access is by a long farm track from the road
  64. II United Reformed Church including vestry wing
    Situated on a corner site just E of and above the main valley thoroughfare Oxford Street, the side elevation being on Meadow Street which was the original valley thoroughfare.
  65. II Former Cooperative Bakery
    Situated on Meadow Street, the former main valley throughfare just E of and above the current valley thoroughfare Oxford Street, adjacent to the Workmen's Institute.
  66. II Tabernacl Capel yr Annibynwyr (Welsh Independent) including vestry wing
    Situated on a corner site just E of and above the main Valley thoroughfare, the side elevation being on Meadow Street, the original Valley thoroughfare.
  67. II Ffaldau Workmen's Institute and attached Billiard Hall
    Situated to E and just above the main Valley thoroughfare Oxford Street, the main facade being on Meadow Street, the former main thoroughfare.
  68. II* Bont Fawr Aqueduct (partly in Pelenna Community)
    Prominently located spanning the Afan valley, to the N of Aqueduct Terrace.
  69. II* Bont Fawr Aqueduct (partly in Cwmavon community)
    Prominently located in Pontrhydyfen spanning the Afan valley.
  70. II Gelli-siriol farmhouse
    The large farmhouse is set on a platform site above the Afon Llynfi valley, and is reached by a long farm track leading E off the A4063 Bridgend Road approximately 750m S of Pont-rhyd-y-cyff crossroad
  71. II Bethel Chapel
    The chapel faces E at the corner of Aqueduct Terrace. Set within a rubble stone enclosure wall with square gate piers to entrance, iron gates and flanking railings.
  72. II Pontycymer Cemetery Entrance
    Situated on the hillside on the E edge of the town.
  73. II Monument to Benjamin and Elizabeth Noyle, Pontycymmer Cemetery
    Fronting the main cemetery lane from entrance to chapel on E side.
  74. II Mortuary Chapel
    Situated on the hillside on the eastern edge of the town.
  75. II Jerusalem Chapel
    Prominently sited in the centre of Pontrhydyfen, sited high above the main B4287 through the village.
  76. II Pontrhydyfen Viaduct
    Long viaduct spanning the Afan valley where the river curves round towards the S, and the road which leads from Cwmavon to Pontrhydyfen.
  77. II Scotch Fald
    Sited in a forest clearing approximately 3.2km NE of Tonmawr and above Bwlch y Cywion.
  78. II Ynys Corrwg Farm
    Approximately 0.5km S of the village centre on the W side and set down below the unclassified road from Glyncorrwg to Cymmer.
  79. II Former Brewhouse and Stable at Ynys Corrwg Farm
    Located immediately S of the farm house, from which it is separated by a passage and steps.
  80. II The Hall (formerly Glyncorrwg Workmen's Institute and Memorial Hall)
    At the S end of Glyncorrwg village on the W side of an unclassified road between Glyncorrwg and Cymmer
  81. II Ynysafan Tramroad Bridge
    At the end of a lane off Ynysafan terrace and crossing the River Afan.
  82. II Tyle-coch
    Approximately 1.5 km NW of Bettws and 2 km SE of Llangynwyd, down a short farm track off an old country lane linking a number of early farmsteads.
  83. II Small Tramroad bridge over Nant Cedfyw, Shwt
    Situated at the confluence of the two streams in Cwm Cedfyw. Reached via a long track following the line of the old tramway, N of the farmstead of Shwt Uchaf and in the cwm E of Tyle-coch.
  84. II Cefn-ydfa farmhouse and adjoining ruins.
    The house stands on a platform site, on the NE slope of Mynnydd Baiden, and is reached by a long driveway from the A4063 between the Shwt turn and the Bridgend Paper Mills.
  85. II Penuel Chapel
    Located opposite Jersey Row and next to the Jersey Arms public house.
  86. II Ty Isaf
    Situated near the SW boundary of the community on the hillside above the Llynfi Valley near the hamlet of Shwt, down a farm track off the rural lane linking the early farmsteads of this area.
  87. II Church of St Michael
    Located at the corner of Ty'r Owen Row and London Row.
  88. II Tabernacle Chapel
    Located in a prominent position on the hillside overlooking the centre of Cwmavon. The vestry of 1931 is alongside.
  89. II Pont-y-rhyd-ddu (partly in Garw Valley community)
    The bridge carries the road to Shwt, Bettws and Llangeinor across the Afon Llyvni, near the road junction with the A4063.
  90. 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.
  91. I Church of St David, Bettws
    Situated on the hilltop at the centre of the village which became the core of a post-war estate development.
  92. II Walls flanking the inclined plane joining the Bettws tramway to the DLP Railway.
    The inclined plane rises from near road level at a steep angle to join the former Duffryn Llynvi and Porthcawl Railway on the W side of the valley, half-way between Nicholls Road and the Shwt turning
  93. II* Service Buildings including Courtyard Walls at Margam Castle
    Adjoining the E side of Margam Castle.
  94. I Margam Castle
    Located in a high and prominent position at the E end of the gardens in Margam Park. Approached from the SW by a new drive.
  95. II Nicholls Arms PH
    The building stands on a steeply sloping corner site, facing the minor Nicholls Road running W off the main A4063 Maesteg to Bridgend Road.
  96. 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.
  97. II Stone Steps in Terraced Garden
    The terraced garden is N of the Citrus House and S of the kitchen garden walls and vinery glasshouse.
  98. II Tynton
    Reached up a steep lane from the main road, on the N edge of the village and E side of the valley.
  99. II* Terrace Walls and Screen at Margam Castle
    On the W side of Margam Castle and an integral part of the composition.
  100. II Arch over Culvert
    The culvert receives water from the cascade to the NE, beyond which is the lake. The ground slopes down sharply to the S but becomes flatter where the water passes underground.

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