IAmroth Castle At the N side of the unclassified coast road about ½ km E of the village of Amroth. A high wall screens the castle grounds from the road, with an entrance archway at the SW corner. A tree-lined drive
IIKilgetty Colliery Chimney Base In the yard of Stepaside Coachworks off Kilgetty Lane, behind the Weighbridge Office and to the N of the winding engine house of Engine Pit.
IIKilgetty Colliery Engine House In the yard of Stepaside Coachworks off Kilgetty Lane in Stepaside 15 m NE of the weighbridge office. It served the Engine Pit, which was about 12 m from the front wall of the engine house.
II*St Elidyr's Church 1 km N of Amroth Village, in an isolated group with Amroth Farm and the old village school. The group is called 'Castle Back'. The church is in a roundish graveyard surrounded by walls and hedges.
IISt Elidyr's Church In an isolated position reached by a farm lane and a field track ½ km NE of Llanteg. The church stands in a roughly rectangular graveyard, only the E half of which is ancient, defined by hedges and st
IITramway Bridge Over Ford's Lake in the village of Stepaside, to the SE of Brook Cottages. Ford's Lake is the Community boundary between Amroth and Kilgetty/Begelly.
IIZoar Baptist Chapel At W side of an unclassified road 1 km SW of Llanteg. The chapel stands in a large graveyard with a hedge to the roadside. The S part of the grounds is separated by an earth mound and was probably ori
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