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Grade II* Listed Buildings in Blaenau Gwent

  1. II* Agricultural Range at Roundhouse Farm
    Roundhouse Farm is situated on the valley bottom, W of Nantyglo. Farm reached off the end of Waun Ebbw Road, with the agricultural range situated S of the early C20 farmhouse.
  2. II* British Steel Tinplate Works General Office
    Prominently located along Steelworks Road, on E fringe of massive steelworks complex.
  3. II* Former Boiler House at Dunlop Semtex Factory Photos
    Prominently sited on the E side of the A467 on the S edge of Brynmawr, opposite main Dunlop Semtex factory complex (separately listed within Nantyglo and Blaina Community).
  4. II* Furnace Bank
    Set back from the E side of Steelworks Road, to rear of factory buildings, and opposite the main entrance to Ebbw Vale Steelworks.
  5. II* Milgatw Photos
    Blaen-y-cwm is reached off the Tredegar-Trefil Road, from Nant-y-bwch. Located some 1 km N of Tredegar. Milgatw is located at the end of the no-through road.
  6. II* NE Roundhouse at Roundhouse Farm
    Roundhouse Farm is situated on the valley bottom, W of Nantyglo. Farm reached off the end of Waun Ebbw Road. NE tower located alongside main entrance to farmyard.
  7. II* Sirhowy Ironworks Photos
    Graham’s Yard is located off Dukestown Road. Ironworks is set into hillside to E.
  8. II* St Illtyd’s Church Photos
    Set in centre of small settlement of St Illtyd, on N side of by-road. Large circular churchyard with remains of medieval churchyard cross some 10 metres N of church.
  9. II* SW Roundhouse at Roundhouse Farm
    Roundhouse Farm is situated on the valley bottom, W of Nantyglo. Farm reached off the end of Waun Ebbw Road. SW tower located some 40 metres away from farmyard.
  10. II* The Town Clock Photos
    Very Prominently located in the centre of The Circle.

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