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  1. II Rhydlafr Farmhouse & The Old Byre
    On S side of the road about 2100m N of St Fagans village and close to E side of disused railway embankment and bridge.
  2. II The Old Forge
    Set back from and lower than the main road, a little E of the hamlet.
  3. II Upper Stockland Farmhouse
    Approached off the road to Radyr and about 2100m north-west of St Fagans village.
  4. II U-plan farm ranges to SE of Parc-y-Justice
    On the hillside set above the drive to the main house.
  5. 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.
  6. II Parc-y-Justice
    On the hillside below Craig-y-parc reached by a lane and track leading off Star Lane near the Llantrisant Road.
  7. II Church of St Elldeyrn at Capel Llanilltern Photos
    Set in a roughly rectangular walled churchyard sideways on to the main road, at junction with road to St Bride's-super-Ely.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. II Walls and gatepiers to courtyard entrance at Craig-y-parc
    On the N side of Craig-y-parc house and enclosing the N courtyard of the house.
  12. II Lodge at Craig-y-parc
    At the N entrance to the house and gardens of Craig-y-parc and reached by a lane leading from the Pentyrch road junction.
  13. II Barn to west of Pentrebane Farmhouse
    Approached off the road to Pentrebane and about 1000m north of St Fagans village.
  14. II Whitehall
    Opposite Golf Clubhouse, in mature period gardens.
  15. II Pentrebane Farmhouse
    About 1000m north of St Fagans village approached off the road to Pentrebane.
  16. II Garden Wall to east of Pentrebane Farmhouse
    To the east of the farmhouse, approached off the road to Pentrebane and about 1000m north of St Fagans village.
  17. II Lychgate at church of St Catwg Photos
    Forming the E entrance to the churchyard on Church Road.
  18. 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.
  19. II Church of St Catwg Photos
    In the centre of Pentyrch village, on a sloping site.
  20. II The King's Arms Public House Photos
    In the centre of Pentyrch village on rising ground just NE of the church, slightly set back from road.
  21. II Former Penuel Chapel Photos
    Just W of the village centre on higher ground, surrounded on 3 sides by graveyard.
  22. II Barn, cartshed and loft at Radyr Farm
    N of farmhouse on SW side of yard, the farm reached by a farm track from the main road.
  23. II St-y-Nyll windmill tower and attached barn remains Photos
    On the hilltop E of St-y-Nyll farm and chapel remains with the main A4232 now fairly close to E, reached by footpath across fields.
  24. II Church of Christ Church Photos
    Near the centre of Radyr, just SW of the central crossroads.
  25. II War Memorial Photos
    Near the crossroads at the centre of Radyr village, facing the main thoroughfare and on an island between this and King's Road.
  26. II The Thatch
    The very first house on left (W) entering Radyr on the main thoroughfare from S (Cardiff direction).
  27. II Barn at Pant-y-gored
    At right angles to the farmhouse and attached range and forming the W side of the main farmyard.
  28. II Bethel Calvinistic Methodist Chapel Photos
    W of the main throughfare on a hillside and set within a large graveyard, walled and with iron gate on the S side. Attached at W to a terrace of cottages which are not included in the listing.
  29. II Pant-y-gored including attached byre range to right
    Set on a bank above a crossroads between the villages of Creigiau and Pentyrch and fronting a flagged terraced forecourt bordered by a stone wall.
  30. II Horeb Presbyterian Church including attached hall to right Photos
    In the hamlet of Pen-y-garn NW of Pentyrch, on the hillside at the junction with Heol Goch, the road to Gwaeold-y-garth, and set in a walled graveyard.
  31. II L-shaped Farmyard Range between Barn and Cowhouse at Pen-hefyd Farm
    Attached to the barn to south-west and to the cowhouse to north-east at Penhefyd Farm which is at the northern end of St Fagans village.
  32. II Cowhouse at Pen-hefyd Farm
    The cowhouse is on a levelled site, aligned on a north/south axis uphill from Penhefyd Farmhouse at the northern end of St Fagans village.
  33. II Barn at Pen-hefyd Farm
    At the northern entrance to St Fagans village off the road to Radyr.
  34. II St-y-Nyll Photos
    In a commanding position on a south facing slope N of St Bride's-super-Ely, close to the listed windmill to E, surrounded by gardens and reached by a drive.
  35. II Ty-nant Photos
    Part of a group of historic buildings in the main street of St Fagans village.
  36. II Rose Cottage Photos
    Part of a group of historic buildings in the main street of St Fagans village.
  37. II Front Garden Wall of Rose Cottage Photos
    Along the street boundary.
  38. II No. 4 Quarry Cottages Photos
    Part of a group of historic buildings in the main street of St Fagans village.
  39. II No. 3 Quarry Cottages Photos
    Part of a group of historic buildings in the main street of St Fagans village.
  40. II No. 2 Quarry Cottages Photos
    Part of a group of historic buildings in the main street of St Fagans village.
  41. II No. 1 Quarry Cottages Photos
    Part of a group of historic buildings in the main street of St Fagans village.
  42. II Gelynis Farm-range Photos
    At right angles to farmhouse and cottage on W side of farmyard.
  43. II* Gelynis Farmhouse and attached cottage and stable Photos
    E of Morganstown, close to the River Taff, reached by a track crossing the railway from the main road
  44. II Cilewent Farmhouse Photos
    One of the re-erected buildings in the open-air collection of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  45. II No. 4 Clive Cottages Photos
    Part of a group of historic buildings in the main street of St. Fagans village.
  46. II No. 3 Clive Cottages Photos
    Part of a group of historic buildings in the main street of St Fagans village.
  47. II No. 2 Clive Cottages Photos
    Part of a group of historic buildings in the main street of St Fagans village.
  48. II No. 1 Clive Cottages Photos
    Part of a group of historic buildings in the main street of St Fagans village.
  49. II Llawr-y-glyn Smithy Photos
    One of the re-erected buildings in the open-air collection of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  50. II Ty-capel Photos
    Part of a group of historic buildings in the main street of St Fagans village, sited nearly opposite the entrance to St Fagans Drive.
  51. II Ty-cwrdd Photos
    Above the road with a walled and embanked grassed forecourt; sited nearly opposite the entrance to St Fagans Drive.
  52. II Esgair Moel Woollen Factory Photos
    One of the re-erected buildings in the open-air collection of the Museum of Welsh Life; within the gardens of St Fagans Castle.
  53. II Abernodwydd Farmhouse Photos
    One of the re-erected buildings in the open-air collection of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  54. II Boundary Walls of the Northern Enclosure containing the Esgair Moel Woollen Mill, with the Gazebo
    One of the associated structures in the gardens of St Fagans Castle and part of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  55. II No. 3 Chestnut Cottages Photos
    Part of a group of historic buildings in the main street of St Fagans village.
  56. II Denbigh Cockpit Photos
    One of the re-erected buildings in the open-air collection of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  57. II No. 2 Chestnut Cottages Photos
    Part of a group of historic buildings in the main street of St Fagans village.
  58. II No. 1 Chestnut Cottages Photos
    Part of a group of historic buildings in the main street of St. Fagans village.
  59. II Penparcau Tollhouse Photos
    One of the re-erected buildings in the open-air collection of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  60. II Llainfadyn Photos
    One of the re-erected buildings in the open-air collection of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  61. II Stryd Lydan Barn Photos
    One of the re-erected buildings in the open-air collection of the Museum of Welsh Life; within the gardens of St Fagans Castle.
  62. II Church of St Ffraid Photos
    In a sloping churchyard rising from Nant Rhych which forms its N and E border; in the centre of the hamlet; main entrance from E.
  63. II Rhaeadr Tannery Photos
    One of the re-erected buildings in the open-air collection of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  64. II Capel Pen-rhiw Photos
    Museum of Welsh Life
  65. II East Boundary Wall of the Ilex Grove running north to the lane at Clive Cottages
    One of the associated structures in the gardens of St Fagans Castle and part of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  66. II Hendre'r-ywydd Uchaf Farmhouse Photos
    One of the re-erected buildings in the open-air collection of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  67. II* The Old Rectory Photos
    On the east side of the village approached up the lane by the Church of St Mary the Blessed Virgin.
  68. II Kennixton Farmhouse Photos
    One of the re-erected buildings in the open-air collection of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  69. II Wall extending west from near the Dovecote in the Garden of St Fagans Castle
    One of the associated structures in the gardens of St Fagans Castle and part of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  70. II Dovecote in Gardens of St Fagans Castle Photos
    One of the associated structures in the gardens of St Fagans Castle and part of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  71. II West and North Walls of the Gardens House enclosure
    One of the associated structures in the gardens of St Fagans Castle and part of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  72. II East Boundary Wall of St. Fagans Castle grounds
    One of the associated structures in the gardens of St Fagans Castle and part of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  73. II Laurel Cottage Photos
    Part of a group of historic buildings in the main street of St Fagans village.
  74. II Gardens House
    One of the associated structures in the gardens of St Fagans Castle and part of the Museum of Welsh Life. The house is sited to the north of the formal gardens.
  75. II Ivy House Farmhouse Photos
    Now confined between the River Taff and the embankment of the A470 and reached by an underpass. Front garden enclosed by a whitewashed stone rubble wall with congolomerate capping, brick piers with b
  76. II Main Building, St Fagans: National History Museum Photos
    In a predominantly rural setting at the entrance to the museum site, partially separated from the car-park by lawns and a screening hedge.
  77. II Radyr Chain
    Set in its own grounds beside the roundabout on the Llantrisant Road (A 4119).
  78. II Wall bounding north side & part of east side of the Mulberry Garden to north of St Fagans Castle
    One of the associated structures in the gardens of St Fagans Castle and part of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  79. II The Plymouth Arms P H Photos
    Part of a group of historic buildings in the main street of St Fagans village.
  80. II West & South Boundary Walls of Gardens to St Fagans Castle Photos
    One of the associated structures in the gardens of St Fagans Castle and part of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  81. II The Vinery at St Fagans Castle
    In a raised position to the N of St Fagans Castle in the NE corner of the formal gardens.
  82. II The Old Post Office Restaurant Photos
    Part of a group of historic buildings in the main street of St Fagans village.
  83. II Italian Terraces on north-east side of Fishponds in Garden of St Fagans Castle Photos
    One of the associated structures in the gardens of St Fagans Castle and part of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  84. II West wall of the Dutch Garden at St Fagans Castle with the battlement wall and watchtowers
    One of the associated structures in the gardens of St Fagans Castle and part of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  85. II Gates, Piers, Steps and Balustrade Wall bounding north side of Dutch Garden at St. Fagans Castle Photos
    One of the associated structures in the gardens of St Fagans Castle and part of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  86. II Telephone Call-box adjoining Old Post Office Photos
    Part of a group of historic buildings in the main street of St Fagans village.
  87. II Eastern & Western Walls of Rose Garden at St Fagans Castle
    One of the associated structures in the gardens of St Fagans Castle and part of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  88. II Afon Taff Viaduct Photos
    In the north-west corner ofLlandaff North Community on the Cardiff-Merthyr line between Llandaff and Raydr stations.
  89. II Ynys Bridge Photos
    Between Tongwynlais and Garth Wood, now by-passed by a new bridge close by to N.
  90. II Ynys Bridge (partly in Pentyrch community) Photos
    Between Tongywnlais and Garth Wood now by-passed by a new bridge close by to N.
  91. II Wall of the Churchyard of the Church of St Mary the Blessed Virgin with the attached War Memorial Photos
    In the centre of St Fagans village.
  92. II Memorial to the Reverend Lisle in Churchyard of Church of St Mary the Blessed Virgin Photos
    At the east side of the Churchyard of the Church of St Mary the Blessed Virgin.
  93. II* Church of St Mary the Blessed Virgin Photos
    In the centre of St Fagans village opposite St Fagans Castle.
  94. II Fountain to north of St Fagans Castle in the Dutch Garden Photos
    One of the associated structures in the gardens of St Fagans Castle and part of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  95. II Hermon Calvinistic Methodist Chapel Photos
    Near the centre of the village SW of the main village thoroughfare, set in walled yard with 3 iron gates, railings with spear finials and 5 piers.
  96. II Lychgate at entrance to Churchyard of Church of St Mary the Blessed Virgin Photos
    In the centre of St Fagans village.
  97. II Church of St. John the Baptist Photos
    In the north-western corner of Llandaff Community where it abuts Radyr Community.
  98. II North Wall of the Entrance Garden at St Fagans Castle
    One of the associated structures in the gardens of St Fagans Castle and part of the Museum of Welsh Life.
  99. II Barn and attached Calf Pens at Llwyn-yr-eos Farm Photos
    One of the buildings displayed as a part of the Llwyn-yr-eos Farmstead in the Museum of Welsh Life.
  100. II Lychgate of Church of St. John the Baptist Photos
    At the south entrance to the Churchyard of Church of St. John the Baptist.

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