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Listed Buildings in Aberdare, Rhondda, Cynon, Taff

  1. II 13,14 & 15 Photos
    At the NE end of Aberdare Market opposite the Bus Station.
  2. II Aberdare Carpet Company Photos
    Prominently sited on corner between Canon Street and High Street.
  3. II Aberdare Market Photos
    Occupying a large site on the eastern side of the town centre.
  4. II Bandstand in Aberdare Park Photos
    Near the lake at the southern end of the park, on raised lawn.
  5. II Bethania Chapel
    High above the street facing NE; hall to rear facing Griffith Street. On sloping site; 2 flights of steps to the forecourt beside No l0l.
  6. II Blast Engine House at former Gadly's Ironworks
    In the Gadlys area of the town on old road set back from modern relief road; at entrance to Cynon Valley Transport Depot and Works.
  7. II Bridge Over River Dare
    Spanning the River Dare at the NW entrance to the Dare Valley Country Park. Reached down hill from Cwmdare.
  8. II Bute Chambers Photos
    At the curved corner of Bute Street and Cross Street; on sloping site. Formerly W Hodges and Son Clothing Factory.
  9. II Calfaria Chapel Photos
    Above the road and set back behind burial ground. Side elevation to Griffith Street.
  10. II Capel Ebenezer Photos
    Set back at a splayed angle to the road behind grassed and tiled forecourt.
  11. II Caradog Arms Hotel Photos
    At the junction of Cardiff Road and Victoria Square in the centre of the town.
  12. II Carmel (Bryn Sion) Chapel Photos
    On sloping site at a splayed angle to the road flanked by Mount Pleasant Street and Margaret Street and facing down Llewellyn Street. Railed forecourt.
  13. II Constititional Club Photos
    Prominently sited on corner between Canon Street and High Street.
  14. II Cynon Valley main Store Building (formerly the Casting House at Gadly's Ironworks
    In the Gadlys area of the town reached along old road set back from modern relief road; opposite Cynon Valley Transport Depot and Works.
  15. II Deckers Club Photos
    Prominently sited on corner between Canon Street and High Street.
  16. II English Methodist Chapel (including Vestry) Photos
    Faces E near the junction with High Street.
  17. II Former Calcining Furnaces at Gadly's Ironworks
    In the Gadlys area of the town set against a bank at the end of this road beside No l7; a short distance SW of the blast furnaces.
  18. II Fountain in Aberdare Park Photos
    Near the lake at the southern end of the park, immediately beside the pavilion.
  19. II Gadlys Chapel Photos
    On sloping site stepped up from adjoining cottages.
  20. II Gadlys Higher Standard School (Original Ranges only) Photos
    Below the road (set back behind playground). At the southern end of the Gadlys area of town. Site is bordered by high rubble revetment wall.
  21. II Gate Piers at former Railway Crossing Photos
    At the northern edge of Trecynon; beside the road at the 'S' bend.
  22. II Gates & Gate Piers, including Flanking Railings at SE (Main) Entrance to Aberdare Park Photos
    Closing the SE drive entrance to the park at the junction with Glan Road.
  23. II Gates 7 Gate Piers, including Flanking Railings, at NW Entrance to Aberdare Park Photos
    Closing the NW drive entrance to the park immediately SW of the junction with Cemetery Road.
  24. II Hall attached to Calfaria Chapel Photos
    Above the road and set back behind burial ground. Side elevation to Griffith Street.
  25. II Hall attached to Capel Y Bedyddwyr
    Built in l852 to the design of Thomas Joseph, local coal owner and engineer; cost รบ920. Became a self-governing church in l855 and then in l893 was extensively remodelled. In l904 further alteration
  26. II Hall attached to Siloa Capel Y Annibynwyr
    Near the western end of the street, facing N.
  27. II Hall attached to Trinity Church
    On the corner with Canon Street to which the railed side elevation faces.
  28. II Hen-Dy-Cwrdd Chapel Photos
    Set back from the road at the junction with Mount Pleasant Street. Walled burial ground to the front.
  29. II Heol Y Felin (Capel Y Bedyddwyr) Photos
    Above the road and set back behind forecourt including small burial ground.
  30. II M.J.Rayner Photos
    Prominently sited on corner between Canon Street and High Street.
  31. II Market Shopping Centre Photos
    Opposite the Aberdare Market.
  32. II Midland Bank Photos
    Near the junction with Bute Street.
  33. II Milestone Photos
    Set back at the bend in the road in front of the Public Library. Reset into a modern circular brick paved platform; originally at the top end of Victoria Square.
  34. II No. 42 High Street,,,,,mid Glamorgan, Photos
    Set back to the left of the Constitutional Club; grassed forecourt with rubble wall.
  35. II No.37 (Including No.37a) Alma Street, Trecynon,,,,,mid Glamorgan, Photos
    Detached near the top of the street.
  36. II No.43 High Street,,,,,mid Glamorgan, Photos
    Set back to the left of the Constitutional Club; grassed forecourt with rubble wall.
  37. II Pedestal and Statue of "Caradog" Photos
    At the top end of the square on an island site in front of the Black Lion Hotel. Reset on modern platform with sunken forecourt (ca 1962).
  38. II Pedestal and Statue of Lord Merthyr in Aberdare Park
    Situated near the main entrance, at the SE end of Aberdare Park; at the top end of a T-shaped pond.
  39. II Pillar Box on Pavement outside Nos. 60 & 62 Photos
    On the pavement at the roadside.
  40. II Pillar Box on the Pavement outside The Palladium Cinema Photos
    On the pavement on the E-corner with Weatherall Street; beside the telephone box.
  41. II Pont Lluest-Wen Photos
    Nearly 1km SE of Lluest-Wen Reservoir; reached approximately 3km along a gated track from B4277 at Bryn Du. Spanning the Afon Rhondda Fach on the Western boundary of Aberdare Community area.
  42. II Radio Rentals Photos
    At the junction of Cardiff Road and Victoria Square in the centre of the town.
  43. II Salem Chapel Photos
    Set back from the road behind burial ground and reached by railed path. At the NE end of the street.
  44. II Siloa Capel Y Annibynwyr Photos
    Near the western end of the street, facing N.
  45. II* St Elvan's Church Photos
    Prominently set in a small churchyard on an eminence in the centre of the town. Reached from Victoria Square, up Church Street and from Canon Street.
  46. II* St John the Baptist Parish Church Photos
    Set in a oval churchyard on the western edge of the town centre. Part rubble walled and railed boundary.
  47. II St. Fagan's Church Photos
    Reached by lane from the street and tree lined path. Set at the northern end of a sloping, walled, churchyard. Vicarage immediately to NE.
  48. II Stone Revetments at Former Gadly's Ironworks
    In the Gadlys area of the town on old road set back from modern relief road; at entrance to Cynon Valley Transport Depot and Works.
  49. II Sunday School attached to Bethania Chapel
    High above the street facing NE; hall to rear facing Griffith Street. On sloping site; 2 flights of steps to the forecourt beside No l0l.
  50. II Telephone Call-box on the pavement outside The Palladium Cinema Photos
    On the pavement on the E corner with Weatherall Street; beside the pillar box.
  51. II The Black Lion Hotel Photos
    Prominently sited facing NE down Victoria Square; on corner with Monk Street. Iron railings to the front. Formerly with long garden stretching down the hill.
  52. II The New Market Tavern Photos
    Occupying a large site on the eastern side of the town centre.
  53. II The Old Courthouse Photos
    On the corner of a lane that turns back behind Commercial Street. To W of the market.
  54. II Town Hall Photos
    Set in a slight slope on the corner with Green Street, opposite the end of Canon Street.
  55. II Tramroad Bridge Photos
    Spanning the River Cynon immediately below the modern A4059 bypass.
  56. II Trinity Presbyterian Church of Wales Photos
    On the corner with Canon Street to which the railed side elevation faces.
  57. II Vestry attached to Salem Chapel Photos
    Set back from the road behind burial ground and reached by railed path. At the NE end of the street.
  58. II Vicarage to St Fagan's Church Photos
    Immediately to NE of the Church, slightly stepped down. Reached up a lane from the street; also direct from the churchyard.
  59. II War Memorial Photos
    At the NE, lower, end of Victoria Square at the junction with Cardiff Road; on an island site where the Victoria Monument formerly stood.

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