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  1. II Llanharan War Memorial Photos
    Prominently sited NW of the village centre
  2. II Church of SS Julius and Aaron Photos
    In a walled churchyard, set back from the N side of the village centre.
  3. II Dolau Primary School Photos
    In its own grounds on the S side of the A473 Llanharan to Bridgend Road, approximately 1.1km SW of Llanharan village.
  4. II Walls of upper terrace to N of Llanharan House
    On the NW side of the house.
  5. II* Llanharan House
    Set in open parkland above and on the N side of the A473 0.5km E of Llanharan village.
  6. II Entrance steps to Llanharan House
    In front of the main S entrance to the house
  7. II Courtyard wall linking house and stable block at Llanharan House
    On the E side of the house.
  8. II Old Laundry at Llanharan House
    Within the courtyard on the E side of the house.
  9. II Stable block at Llanharan House
    On the SE side of the house.
  10. II Gate piers, gates and railings at main entrance to Llanharan House
    To the SE and below the main house; set back on the N side of the A473.
  11. II Squires Overbridge
    To the south of the A473, east of Llanharan, on a minor lane to Cynllan.
  12. II Zoar Chapel
    Situated in a prominent position where two lanes cross. To the N the land rises up steeply to the Mynydd y Gaer. The chapel and its vestry are fronted by a low wall with iron railings. Two piers wi
  13. II Zoar Chapel Vestry
    Small vestry immediately W of Soar Chapel and within the same curtilage.
  14. II Brynnau Gwynion Overbridge
    To the south west of Brynnau Gwynion, south of the minor road leading to the A473.
  15. II Barn at Bryngwenith
    Situated on low lying ground N of Pencoed, at the end of a short track. The barn forms the E side of the farmyard with a range of masonry and concrete stables extending to the N. The farmhouse is to
  16. II Church of SS Ilid and Curig
    An isolated church reached by a track on the S side of a minor road from Pencoed to Llanharry.
  17. II Tregroes aka Pencoed College Photos
    Located on the NE side of Pencoed village off the A473. Approached by a sweeping driveway which forms a circle in front (S) of the house. There is a stone wall to the E of the driveway with piers.
  18. II Llanilid Photos
    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.
  19. II Bridge at Tregroes Photos
    Located on the driveway leading to Tregroes House, just before the drive forms a circle in front of the house. The bridge crosses a small pool or stream which is currently dry.
  20. II Bridge over Afon Ewenni Photos
    Located off the S side of Penybont Road (B4280), W of a large roundabout at Tregroes, and 0.7km NE of Pencoed. The bridge carries a narrow track to the rear of dwellings along Penybont Road.
  21. II Church of St Illtyd
    Located on the N side of the main road and within a triangular road junction in the centre of the village. The churchyard is raised and roughly oval.
  22. II Wern Tarw and attached Cowhouse
    Located S of a lane which runs E - W along the foothills of the Mynydd y Gaer. The house is on a platform site, the rear being cut into the hillside. Wern Tarw Barn is to the N.
  23. II Barn at Wern Tarw
    Located at right angles to a narrow lane at the base of the foothills of the Mynydd y Gaer. The associated farmhouse is to the S.
  24. II Church of St David Photos
    Located on the W side of Penprysg Road to the N of Pencoed County Junior School. The church is situated in a large plot with car park to the S and graveyard to the rear.
  25. II Llechau
    Located down a short track at the corner of the main road and a lane leading NE towards Trecastle.
  26. 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.
  27. II Reservoir of former Llantrisant Colliery
    Located in the wood to the W of the former colliery engine hall.
  28. II Explosives store of former Llantrisant Colliery
    Located in the SW corner of a field NW of the colliery complex.
  29. II Stable and cow house at Lanelay Farm
    Approximately 3km E of Llanharan, set back on the W side of minor road to Ynysmaerdy and N of Lanelay Hall at Talbot Green.
  30. II Garage at Ynysmaerdy Farm (formerly part of Llantrisant Colliery)
    Located to the S of Ynysmaerdy farmhouse, which is reached by farm road on the E side of a minor road to Ynysmaerdy approximately 1.2km NW of Talbot Green.
  31. II Cow Shed at Ynysmaerdy Farm (formerly stores of Llantrisant Colliery)
    Located at the N end of the former colliery engine hall.
  32. II Barn and cow house at Ynysmaerdy Farm
    On the N side of the farmhouse.
  33. II Engine Hall of former Llantrisant Colliery
    Located to the N of Ynysmaerdy farmhouse.
  34. II Hay barn at Ynysmaerdy Farm (former winding engine house of Llantrisant Colliery)
    Located to the E of Ynysmaerdy farmhouse.
  35. II War Memorial and Railings Photos
    Located in the centre of Pencoed at the junction of Coychurch Road, Hendre Road and Penybont Road. The GWR and crossing are to the W.
  36. II Revetment wall of former Llantrisant Colliery
    Located next to the former railway line to the E of the colliery complex.
  37. II Salem Chapel Photos
    Located on the E side of Coychurch Road, 0.4km S of the village centre. The chapel is fronted by low stone walls supporting decorative iron railings, and stone piers. The vestry is to the N and the g
  38. II Ty'n y Bryn Photos
    At right angles to the road and set back slightly, the W end built into the slope. The entrance faces S.
  39. II Milestone, Coychurch Road Photos
    Located on the W side of Coychurch Road (B4280), the main road through Pencoed. The milestone is at the rear of the pavement.
  40. II War Memorial Photos
    Located in Trane Cemetery directly in front of the entrance and on the central avenue.
  41. II Cowshed at Pantruthin-fach Farm
    Immediately north of the farmhouse across the yard.
  42. II Pantruthin-fach Farmhouse
    Right on the northen edge of Llangan Community hard against the M4.
  43. II Tonyrefail School Photos
    Located at the corner of Gilfach Road and Ty'n y Bryn Road.
  44. II Entrance Gates & Piers at Tonyrefail School Photos
    Facing the junction of Gilfach Road and Ty'n y Bryn Road.
  45. II Church of St Ann Photos
    Approximately 0.5km W of Talygarn House, reached by path or minor road W of Cowbridge Road.
  46. II Gateway and gate to W boundary at Talygarn Photos
    Approximately 400m W of the house, set back from Cowbridge Road and on the N side of Plas-y-Coed.
  47. II Y Felin Wynt Tower Photos
    Located on top of the hill (Y Graig) to the W of Llantrisant. Reached by a footpath from Heol-y-Graig.
  48. II Dyffryn Farmhouse Photos
    Situated at the end of a lane off the S side of Hendre Road, approximately 1km W of the centre of Pencoed. Below the NE side of the M4. The rear (N) of the house faces a courtyard with a further ran
  49. II Capel y Ton Photos
    Prominently located in the centre of Tonyrefail. Set back behind forecourt walls and railings within a graveyard containing numerous monuments.
  50. II Bingo Hall Photos
    Fronting the road at the corner with School Street.
  51. II Water Pump including surrounding revetment walls Photos
    On the roadside, the ground revetted to the rear.
  52. II The Malthouse Photos
    Fronting the road and facing E on the NW edge of the village.
  53. II Bench on N side of sunken garden at Talygarn
    On the N side of the house.
  54. II Bench on W side of sunken garden at Talygarn
    On the N side of the house.
  55. II Bench on E side of sunken garden at Talygarn
    On the N side of the house.
  56. II Balustrade to sunken garden at Talygarn
    On the N side of the house and forecourt.
  57. II Capel Newydd, also known as Glynogwr Methodist Chapel Photos
    The chapel is aligned along the road from Blackmill to Gilfach Goch, and stands just E of the village of Glynogwr-Llandyfodwg.
  58. II* Talygarn Photos
    In extensive grounds reached by a drive off the E side of the A4222 Cowbridge Road S of the M4 and Pontyclun village.
  59. 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.
  60. II Upper terrace wall in S garden at Talygarn
    On the S side of the house.
  61. II* Church of St Illtyd, St Gwynno and St Dyfodwg Photos
    Located in an elevated position towards the centre of the village and to the W of the castle.
  62. II Lower terrace wall in S garden at Talygarn
    On the S side of the house.
  63. II* Church of St Tyfodwg, Llandyfodwg - Glynogwr Photos
    The church stands in its churchyard the centre of the hamlet of Glynogwr, approximately half-way between Blackmill and Gilfach Goch.
  64. II Sundial in S garden at Talygarn
    On the S side of the house, below the lower terrace wall.
  65. II The Old Rectory
    On the northern side of the community and about 1 km north of Llansannor village at the centre of City.
  66. II Garden wall, gates and gate piers bounding S garden at Talygarn
    On the S side of the house.
  67. II Parish Offices Photos
    Located in the centre of the village immediately NE of the churchyard. At the corner of George Street and Yr Allt.
  68. II Former Stable adjoining 2 Yr Allt
    Located towards the lower end of Yr Allt, a steep narrow cobbled lane which runs S between the church and the castle.
  69. II 2, Yr Allt and adjoining property to left, Llantrisant, Pontyclun, CF72 8EF Photos
    Located towards the lower end of Yr Allt, a steep narrow cobbled lane which runs S between the church and the castle.
  70. II New Inn Photos
    Located in the centre of the village adjacent to the parish offices and close to the church.
  71. II Bridge at Adam's Pond in woods S of Talygarn Photos
    Located in informal woodland grounds at the foot of a path down a steep wooded slope approximately 170m S of the house.
  72. II The Guildhall Photos
    Located on the N side of Castle Plain with the castle to the S. Pedestrian access from George Street.
  73. II Llansannor House
    On the northern side of the community and about 2 km north of Penllyn village reached off the north side of the road to City.
  74. II Statue of DR William Price Photos
    In the centre of the Bullring in Llantrisant.
  75. II Is-y-coed Farmhouse
    On the northern side of the community and about 2 km north of Penllyn village beside the road to City.
  76. II Penuel Presbyterian Church of Wales including forecourt walls and railings Photos
    Located towards the top of the High Street, just before it curves round to the L and up to the Bullring.
  77. II Toll House Cottage Photos
    Cut into the slope at the junction of the B4595 and A473, at the base of the High Street which climbs up to the centre of Llantrisant.
  78. II Llantrisant House Photos
    Located at the end of a driveway which runs E, off a sharp bend in the lower part of the High Street.
  79. II Cefn Mabley Farmhouse Photos
    Fronting the road (B4595), which runs NE from Llantrisant to Beddau.
  80. II Church of St Mary Photos
    On the top of St. Mary Down with panoramic views and is itself widely visible.
  81. II Treferig Isha
    Located off the E side of a track just N of the Nant Muchudd.
  82. II Churchyard Cross at Church of St Mary
    In the churchyard beside the main path.
  83. II Boiler stack of former lead mine NW of Cefn-parc Farm Photos
    In a field NW of Cefn-parc Farm, and standing on a ridge overlooking Llantrisant to the N.
  84. II Chuchyard Wall of the Church of St Mary
    Surrounding the churchyard and the top of the hill.
  85. II Coed-y-mwstwr
    On high ground N of the village of Coychurch in its own parkland and facing S over the Ewenny valley.
  86. II Miskin Arms Photos
    In the centre of the village, to the W of the church, at the junction of School Road and Hensol Road.
  87. II Chapel House Photos
    On a corner, set below a minor road from Miskin village and W of main railway line.
  88. II Miskin War Memorial Photos
    In the middle of the village W of the church and standing in the centre of the road at the junction of School Road and Hensol Road.
  89. II Telephone Call-box Photos
    Sited to left rear of pavement and against the front wall of the "Old Village Shop". This property adjoins the listed Miskin Arms.
  90. II Pantyquesta House
    In its own grounds on the W side of a minor road between Miskin and Hensol, approximately 0.75km SW of Miskin village.
  91. II Church of St David Photos
    In the centre of the village and set back from the road in a walled churchyard.
  92. II Cross Base at St Mary Hill Photos
    Set against the north-west corner of the garden wall of Village Farmhouse.
  93. II Castellau Congregational Chapel Photos
    Located at a road junction to the N of Llantrisant Common, on the W side of a lane which joins Castellau Road and Heol Ddu.
  94. II Gates, piers, boundary walls and bridge at Castellau Congregational Chapel Photos
    Forming the entrance to the semi-circular graveyard and chapel off the W side of the lane.
  95. II The Cottage
    About 20m north of Church of St. Senwyr.
  96. II Castellau Ganol Photos
    Located up a track on the hillside and built parallel with the slope.
  97. I Church of St. Senwyr Photos
    In the centre of Llansannor village about 4 km north of Cowbridge.
  98. II Cross in Churchyard of Church of St. Senwyr
    About 10m south of the south porch of Church of St. Senwyr.
  99. I Llansannor Court
    In the centre of Llansannor village beside the Church of St. Senwyr.
  100. II West Wing of Llansannor Court
    Attached to Llansannor Court on the west side.

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