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Listed Buildings in Abercarn, Caerphilly

  1. II Abercarn Aqueduct and Bridge
    At the S end of Cwmcarn village, on the community boundary with Abercarn, at the N end of the surviving length of canal, crossing Nant Carn.
  2. II Abercarn Aqueduct and bridge (partly in Crosskeys Community)
    At the S end of Cwmcarn village, on the community boundary with Crosskeys; at the N end of the surviving length of canal, crossing Nant Carn.
  3. II Abercarn War Memorial Photos
    In the centre of Abercarn Village, just E of the main thoroughfare, within a rectangular enclosed, part paved, public garden.
  4. II Barn at Rhyswg Fawr Photos
    Close to and on the same axis as the farmhouse but separated from it by a deep well; set into the slope a little downhill.
  5. II* Church of St Luke
    Set into the wooded hillside above the Ebbw Vale just above the centre of Abercarn, reached up a side road and approached through a shallow stone tiled gateway and up a steep terraced double flight of
  6. II Cwmcarn War Memorial and surrounding railings Photos
    In an octagonal railed enclosure within a public open space, in a residential area E of the main thoroughfare.
  7. II English Baptist Church and walled forecourt Photos
    Just S of Abercarn village on the main thoroughfare between Abercarn and Cwmcarn.
  8. II English Baptist Church Sunday School Photos
    At right angles to the English Baptist Church, side-on to the main thoroughfare.
  9. II Hall's Bridge, Railway Viaduct over River Ebbw and Western Valleys Railway Line
    The main part of the bridge is in the Pont-y-Waun locality of Crosskeys, a small part is within Cwmcarn.
  10. II Hall's Bridge, Railway Viaduct over River Ebbw and Western Valleys Railway Line
    In Pont-y-Waun, near former Pont-y-Waun Junction, just S of Cwmcarn and adjacent to the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal.
  11. II Rhyswg Fawr Farmhouse and walled forecourt Photos
    High on the mountain reached by a long lane and track rising from the SE end of Abercarn village, on the S side of the Gwyddon valley.
  12. II Terraced steps at The Gables
    Set in the sloping garden below the garden frontage of the house.
  13. II The Gables
    Near the centre of Abercarn, set on a wooded terrace high above Commercial Road and reached by a drive off Rhyswg Road.
  14. II Ty Mynydd Photos
    On the mountain W of Abercarn, NE of the mountain hamlet of Mynyddislwyn and reached by a track from the Craig y Darren lane.
  15. II Welsh Presbyterian Church
    On a steeply wooded slope, close to the Church of St Luke, reached by a steep flight of steps from Gwyddon Road to S and by a drive from Twyn Road just off High Street.

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