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Listed Buildings in Ammanford, Carmarthenshire

  1. II All Saints Church Photos
    Situated on hillside E of College Street, backing onto Church Street.
  2. II Bandstand at Ammanford Park
    Situated at SW side of public park, near Tir-y-dail Lane.
  3. II Entry Gates and Piers to Ammanford Park
    Situated opposite the S end of Talbot Road.
  4. II Lloyds Bank Building
    Prominently sited at angle of Quay Street and Wind Street in the centre of the town.
  5. II Miners Welfare Hall
    Situated behind Miners Welfare Club and alongside churchyard.
  6. II Myddynfych
    Situated beyond NE corner of Myddynfych housing estate.
  7. II No 33, College Street (E Side),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated on the corner of Margaret Street.
  8. II Old Pontammon Mill
    Situated amid trees below main A474 road some 150m W of Pontamman House.
  9. II Pantyffynnon Signal Box
    Situated about 150m S of Pantyfynnon Station and on E side of railway line close to bridge over River Amman. The lines at Pantyffynnon junction merged to N of this signal box, from where railway move
  10. II Pantyffynnon Station
    Situated at S end of road, some 1.4 km S of Ammanford town centre.
  11. II Pontamman Bridge Photos
    Forms part of NE Betws parish boundary. Replaced by recent concrete section road bridge located approx.100m upstream, as part of new A474 road-works. Links with stone arched rail-viaduct to north.
  12. II The Arcade
    Situated some 50m from The Square.
  13. II The Arcade
    Situated some 50m from The Square.
  14. II The Arcade
    Situated some 50m from The Square.
  15. II The Arcade
    Situated some 50m from The Square.
  16. II The Arcade (consec nos)
    Situated some 50m from The Square.
  17. II The Post Office
    Situated some 50m from The Square.

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