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Listed Buildings in Bedwas, Trethomas and Machen, Caerphilly

  1. II Barn at Dyffryn Isaf Photos
    Located off the W side of a lane which runs N along the Rhymney valley from Bedwas to Maes y Cwmmer. Farm-house to the NW.
  2. II Bedwas Balti Restaurant, The Indian Cottage and Bridge Cottage Photos
    Set at an angle on W side of junction with modern dual carriageway (A468).
  3. II* Bryngwyn Colliery Engine House Photos
    Located in a small field on the W side of Bedwas village. The building is accessible by footpath, either from Pandy Mawr Road to the W or from Nursery Road (?) to the E. The building is heavily over
  4. II* Church of St Barrwg Photos
    Located in a high prominent position in the village at the N end of Church Street. Surrounded by a large graveyard.
  5. II Church of St John Photos
    Located in a high position on the E side of Machen village. Surrounded by a churchyard, from which the ground falls to the south towards the A468.
  6. II Former Workmen's Hall and Institute Photos
    Located in a prominent position on Newport Road, which is now bypassed to the south. Other public buildings, including the library, swimming pool and Bedwas Secondary School are to the W.
  7. II Gelli Wastad Photos
    The house occupies a site cut into the hillside overlooking the River Rhymney. The A468 road runs to the rear of the house, with former farm buildings to the E.
  8. II Pandy Mawr Railway Arch Photos
    The arch runs over the valley road leading N from Bedwas to Cwm y Bwch. Site of Bryngwyn Colliery to the SE.
  9. II Pont Bedwas (partly in Bedwas, Trethomas and Machen community) Photos
    Bridge over the River Rhymney on the S boundary of the community. The roadway links Bedwas with Caerphilly and Rudry.
  10. II Railed monument of Price family in churchyard at SE corner of St Barrwg's Church Photos
    Adjoining the public footpath outside SE corner of chancel
  11. II Remains of Churchyard Cross Photos
    Located on the S side of the Church of St Barrwg, to the E of the porch.
  12. II The Old Rectory Photos
    Set in its own grounds to E of the churchyard and occupying a corner site with Bryn Glas where the road rises to the former railway bridge.
  13. II The White Hart Inn Photos
    Located in the centre of Bedwas 0.5km from the church.
  14. II Ty-Isaf Farmhouse Photos
    On a platform site to NE of Mynydd Dimlaith and above Cwm-y-bwch to SE. Reached N along an irregular track from cross roads at Pandy Mawr, about 1 km W of Bedwas Parish Church.
  15. II War Memorial Photos
    In a prominent location fronting the S side of the road, in the garden of the community council offices.
  16. II War Memorial within Railed Enclosure Photos
    Located off the N side of Commercial Road at the bottom of a grassed slope which rises up to the churchyard of St John's Church.

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