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  1. II Forecourt and terrace walls with lamp standard, railings and gates at Ebenezer Chapel
    Situated to the front of the Chapel adjacent to the main road.
  2. II* Ebenezer Welsh Independent Chapel
    Situated on the main thoroughfare in a commanding position above the road and next to the Police Station.
  3. 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.
  4. II Trefnyddion Bethania Calfinaidd
    Situated mid-way along street between Tonypandy Square and St Andrew's church, at the north end of the community near the boundary with Llwynypia.
  5. II Statue of Sir Archibald Hood
    Situated above the main road through Tonypandy and just N of the boundary between the Tonypandy and Llwynypia communities on a terrace created in front of the Miners' Institute, now demolished, on Ins
  6. II Pisgah Trefnyddion Calfinaidd (Chapel) including forecourt walls, railings and gates
    Situated a little to N of town centre, on the main road of Pen-y-graig which leads to Tonypandy.
  7. II Former Engine House at Llwynypia Colliery Site Photos
    Situated near the valley bottom on the west side of the River Rhondda north of the town of Tonypandy, between the old thoroughfare of Llwynypia Road to W and the new by-pass to E.
  8. II Trealaw Cemetery Chapel
    The cemetery is on the main Valley thoroughfare at the very eastern edge of the community and on the boundary with Porth; the chapel is near the main central entrance with the extensive cemetery stret
  9. II Monument to David Evans Photos
    The monument is due east of the cemetery chapel on the corner of the first intersection of the cemetery lanes.
  10. II Monument to William Evans
    The monument is on the N side of the so-called Millionaires' Row, the E/W cemetery lane with the grandest monuments, set in the hillside N of the cemetery chapel.
  11. II Monument to Daniel Thomas
    The monument is on the S side of the lower E/W lane extending east from the S side of the Cemetery Chapel.
  12. II Wellhouse to Ffynnon Fair Photos
    High on the E slope of the Rhondda valley above Llwynypia and just SW of Penrhys modern estate.
  13. II Wattstown Hotel Photos
    Situated on the NW boundary of the community on the bank of the Rhondda Fach with Wattstown rising steeply above on the hill to N.
  14. II The Star PH
    In a very prominent position at the junction of the main Valley thoroughfare and the mountain road to the Rhondda Fach via Penrhys in the locality of Gellidawel.
  15. II Ainon Welsh Baptist Chapel
    Situated in centre of town on road parallel with main road, frontage on un-named lane linking the two.
  16. II Tyntyla Farmhouse
    Sited high above mountain road from Ystrad to Rhondda Fach. Platform site set into hillside with agricultural range attached to downhill gable of farmhouse.
  17. II Statue to William Evans in Bronwydd Park
    Located to N of entrance to Bronwydd Park and to W of Bronwydd (house).
  18. II War Memorial Photos
    Situated N of Cymmer Bridge on the E bank of River Rhondda near centre of town.
  19. II Revetment wall, doorways and railings to Mount Pleasant
    Situated on the W side of and facing Cymmer Bridge, a historic crossing point of River Rhondda.
  20. II Entrance gate piers and railings to Bronwydd Park
    Situated on W side of Porth at the end of the road leading from High Street (Cymmer) to Bronwydd Park.
  21. II Bronwydd House and attached front terrace
    Situated above and on the W side of town and river near the Cymmer community boundary and adjacent to Bronwydd Park.
  22. II Entrance gate piers and railings to Bronwydd
    Situated on W side of Porth on N side of road leading from High Street (Cymmer) to Bronwydd Park at entrance to Bronwydd (House).
  23. II Calfaria Welsh Calvinistic Chapel and bordering railings, gates and piers Photos
    Situated on the corner of Porth Street and North Road towards the N of town.
  24. II Church of St Paul
    Situated in a prominent position on hillside in N part of town.
  25. II Welfare Hall Photos
    On the main Rhondda Fach thoroughfare near the centre of the community.
  26. II Cymmer Independent Chapel (also known as Hen Capel Y Cymmer)
    Set in the slope of the main road through Cymmer as it descends north into Porth. At the roadside with narrow forecourt, red brick gate-piers and iron railings; large burial ground to right and rear
  27. II ,22,Hannah Street,Porth,Porth,,CF39 9RB
    Situated in the main shopping street in the centre of Porth.
  28. II ,23,Hannah Street,Porth,Porth,,CF39 9RB
    Situated in the main shopping street in the centre of Porth.
  29. 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.
  30. II ,25,Hannah Street,Porth,Porth,,CF39 9RB
    Situated in the main shopping street in the centre of Porth.
  31. II Church of St John
    Church is situated in a prominent position on the hillside above the earlier settlement of Cymmer centred round the C18 chapel.
  32. II Former Empire Cinema
    Situated in the centre of town at junction of Hannah Street and Pontypridd Road..
  33. II Gateway to Welsh Hills Works
    Situated near the centre of town at the end of and spanning Jenkins Street, and at the entrance to former factory yard.
  34. II Public Library
    Situated in the S part of town centre, just W of railway and river bridges.
  35. II Maindy and Eastern Workmen's Institute and Hall
    Situated in the centre of Ton Pentre just W of the river and railway crossing, on corner with Pryce Street.
  36. II Church of Our Lady of Penrhys
    Prominently situated at the south end of Ferndale occupying a corner site on the main thoroughfare of the Rhondda Fach valley
  37. 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
  38. II Penuel Calvinistic Methodist Chapel Photos
    On the main thoroughfare through Ferndale, a continuation of High Street
  39. II War Memorial
    Located in Trane Cemetery directly in front of the entrance and on the central avenue.
  40. II Former Rhondda Borough Council Offices
    Situated on the main Rhondda valley thoroughfare towards the N end of the community.
  41. II Trehondda Welsh Independent Chapel
    In a dominant position on a corner of the main valley thoroughfare at the N end of High Street at its junction with Strand. Formerly adjacent to the now demolished Workmen's Hall.
  42. II Entrance Gates & Piers at Tonyrefail School
    Facing the junction of Gilfach Road and Ty'n y Bryn Road.
  43. II Bingo Hall
    Fronting the road at the corner with School Street.
  44. II* Former Lewis Merthyr Colliery Bertie pithead, headframe, tram circuit and tippler Photos
    Located at NW corner of complex
  45. II* Former Lewis Merthyr Colliery Bertie winding engine house Photos
    Located facing Coedcae Road at the W side of complex.
  46. II* Former Lewis Merthyr Colliery lamproom and fan house Photos
    Located between the 2 headframes at the N side of the main colliery yard.
  47. II Capel y Ton
    Prominently located in the centre of Tonyrefail. Set back behind forecourt walls and railings within a graveyard containing numerous monuments.
  48. II* Former Lewis Merthyr Colliery Trefor pithead and headframe Photos
    Located on the N side of the complex, the eastern of the 2 pitheads.
  49. II Tonyrefail School
    Located at the corner of Gilfach Road and Ty'n y Bryn Road.
  50. II Fountain to SW of St. Peter's church
    Situated on the corner of Llewellyn Street and Pentre Road outside the SW corner of St Peter's churchyard and bordered on 2 sides by the churchyard wall and railings.
  51. II* Former Lewis Merthyr Colliery Trefor winding engine house Photos
    Located next to Coedcae Road at the centre of the complex.
  52. II Former Lewis Merthyr Colliery fanhouse
    Located to E side of the Trefor pithead.
  53. II Church of St Gwynno Photos
    In an isolated position, high on the hilltop between the Rhondda Fach and Cynon Valleys at a junction of mountain roads in St Gwynno Forest.
  54. II Grave of Guto Nyth Bran Photos
    On the E side of the S porch of Llanwonno church.
  55. II Former Lewis Merthyr Colliery chimney Photos
    Located to E of Trefor winding engine house.
  56. II* St.Peter's Parish Church
    Situated in a sloping rectangular churchyard, the W end fronting Llewellyn Street, the main thoroughfare.
  57. II Ty'n y Bryn
    At right angles to the road and set back slightly, the W end built into the slope. The entrance faces S.
  58. II Bridge over Cwm Hafod
    Situated N of Trehafod on the mountain road leading NW from Hafod Fawr; at the boundary between Trehafod and Porth Community Council areas.
  59. II Lower Eirw bridge Photos
    Bridge over River Rhondda linking former Lewis Merthyr Colliery on Coedcae Road with town centre on Trehafod Road.
  60. II Trehafod Memorial Hall and Institute Photos
    Set back from the road behind iron railings.
  61. II Bethlehem Eglwys Presbyteraidd Cymru/ Bethlehem Welsh Presbyterian Chapel
    On the main Valley thoroughfare near the centre of the town
  62. II Tylcha Wen including attached range of former outbuildings
    Set down from the road at right angles to the valley bottom and facing S. Now surrounded by modern housing.
  63. 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
  64. II Llanilid
    Located off the S side of a lane running W from Thomastown to Gelli'r Haidd. The house is built into and at right angles to the hillside.
  65. II Church of St George
    Situated near the centre of Cwmparc N of Park Road, the main thoroughfare, set into the hillside with ground rising to N.
  66. II Blaenogwr Farmhouse
    Located at the centre of Nant-y-moel, on the E side of the island clock-tower.
  67. II* Fan House at Hetty Shaft Photos
    On the W side of the engine house.
  68. I Headframe at Hetty Shaft Photos
    Attached to the N side of the engine house.
  69. I Hetty Engine House Photos
    On the W side of Hopkinstown and in a prominent position set high above the main Pontypridd to Rhondda road behind a rubble-stone wall.
  70. II Railway footbridge
    Situated to the north west of Treorchy where Taff Vale railway and River Rhondda converge near the locality of Tyle Coch, reached from the continuation of Windsor Street.
  71. II Troedrhiwtrwyn Farm
    Set into the hillside on the NW side of Hopkinstown, and reached by private drive N of Hafod Lane.
  72. II Capel Newydd, also known as Glynogwr Methodist Chapel
    The chapel is aligned along the road from Blackmill to Gilfach Goch, and stands just E of the village of Glynogwr-Llandyfodwg.
  73. II Ainon Capel y Bedyddwyr/ Ainon Welsh Baptist Chapel
    Situated on the main Rhondda thoroughfare N of the main town of Treorchy just beyond the river separating the locality of Ynyswen
  74. II Capel Rhondda, including attached Sunday school Photos
    On the main road between Pontypridd and the Rhondda, set back behind forecourt railings.
  75. II War Memorial Photos
    In the centre of the later C19 part of Ynysybwl, at a Y-junction.
  76. II Bethlehem Capel Bedyddwyr, with front retaining wall and gates.
    The chapel is set in a row of housing and commercial properties just N of the centre of the town and facing down River Street. It is raised on a platform behind a retaining wall.
  77. 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.
  78. II Finger Post at the junction of High Street and Glyn Street
    The post stands on an elevated triangle of land on the acute junction of High Street and Glyn Street.
  79. II Pant y Ddraenan
    Located in a low-lying position on a track which runs E off the lane from Pant y Brad to Castellau.
  80. II Former Co-operative Wholesale Society Building
    The building stands prominently S of the centre of Ogmore Vale, and backing on to Glyn Street.
  81. II Bethany Baptist Church Photos
    Immediately S of a road bridge over the River Rhondda.
  82. II Castellau Ganol
    Located up a track on the hillside and built parallel with the slope.
  83. II Treferig Isha
    Located off the E side of a track just N of the Nant Muchudd.
  84. II Merlin Hotel Photos
    At the junction with Laundry Road.
  85. II Railway Viaduct over River Rhondda Photos
    Spanning the River Rhondda on the W side of the town centre and S of Mill Street.
  86. II* Taff Vale Railway Viaduct over Mill Street including masonry weir Photos
    Spanning the River Rhondda to the W of the town centre.
  87. II Rhondda Branch Junction Signal Box Photos
    To N of the Railway Station within the junction of the railway lines immediately N of Sardis Road and S of the 2 viaducts spanning the River Rhondda.
  88. II Coed y Lan Comprehensive Lower School, including rear science block and gymnasium
    In a prominent location on the hillside to the NW of the town centre, set back from the road and reached up steps to the S side and through gates on the E side.
  89. II Railway Bridge over Sardis Road Photos
    On the W side of the town centre and immediately S of the skewed viaduct over Mill Street.
  90. II St Catherine's Church Parish Rooms Photos
    On the SW side of the parish church.
  91. II* Church of St Catherine Photos
    Prominently sited in its own churchyard raised above the level of Gelliwastad Road.
  92. II St David's Presbyterian Church and Hall Photos
    Approximately 100m N of St Catherine's Church, set slightly back from the road behind a forecourt wall with railings.
  93. II Muni Arts Centre Photos
    At the N end of Gelliwastad Road and on the S side of its junction with Chapel Street.
  94. 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.
  95. II Pontypridd United Church including attached second hall Photos
    On the N side of the junction of Penuel Lane and Gelliwastad Road.
  96. II ,10,Church Street,Pontypridd,Pontypridd,,CF37 2TH Photos
    Opposite Pontypridd Market
  97. II Eglwys Gymraeg Sardis (Sardis Chapel) Photos
    Set back from, and above the road immediately below the N end of the railway station. It is reached up steps in the forecourt wall facing the road.
  98. II ,9,Church Street,Pontypridd,Pontypridd,,CF37 2TH Photos
    Opposite Pontypridd Market
  99. II Pontypridd Register Office Photos
    To the S of and uphill from the railway station, facing Dewi-Saint Hospital.
  100. II ,8,Church Street,Pontypridd,Popntypridd,,CF37 2TH Photos
    Opposite Pontypridd Market

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