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Grade II* Listed Buildings in Bridgend

  1. II* Bethania Capel y Bedyddwyr Neillduol
    Located prominently on an elevated site behind a railed forecourt, and facing down Ewenny Road.
  2. II* Calcining Kilns and attached abutment at Tondu Ironworks
    Set in the hillside between the company housing of Derllwyn Road and Park Terrace above and the levelled area below where the Engine House stands, just above the old furnace bank and opposite the Lift
  3. II* Candleston Castle
    Approximately 1.2km WSW of Merthyr Mawr church, on the E (inland) side of sand dunes at Merthyr Mawr Warren, and at the end of a minor road W of Merthyr Mawr village.
  4. II* Cast house at Cefn Cribwr Ironworks
    The ironworks lies at the bottom of the Nant Iorwerth Coch. The casting house adjoins the furnace on the N side.
  5. II* Cefn Cribwr ironworks, the furnace and charging house
    The ironworks is located near the bottom of the Nant Iorwerth Coch, on the S side of the brook. The furnace stands at the hub of the group of buildings.
  6. II* Church of St Cein Photos
    Situated on the hilltop approx 2 km NE Llangeinor, reached from the road that links Garw and Ogmore Valleys, centre of a small rural settlement.
  7. II* Church of St Cynwyd Photos
    The church lies at the centre of the village of Llangynwyd, surrounded by a D-shaped stone walled graveyard.
  8. II* Church of St Illtyd Photos
    To S of the castle, high above the town.
  9. II* Church of St Mary Magdalen, Pyle with Kenfig. Photos
    The church stands in a raised curvilinear churchyard on a high prominence above the former site of Kenfig, by the junction of the side road into Maudlam village.
  10. II* Church of St Teilo Photos
    On NW side of settlement and N side of minor road between village and Merthyr Mawr Warren.
  11. II* Church of St Tyfodwg, Llandyfodwg - Glynogwr Photos
    The church stands in its churchyard the centre of the hamlet of Glynogwr, approximately half-way between Blackmill and Gilfach Goch.
  12. II* Churchyard Cross in Coychurch Churchyard Photos
    Situated in Coychurch churchyard very close to the S door of the Church of St Crallo.
  13. II* Coychurch Cemetery Capel Crallo and Capel Coity Photos
    The main Capel Crallo fronts a lake with fountains and is joined to the smaller Capel Coity by a cloister walk and garden.
  14. II* Coychurch Cemetery Chapel of Remembrance Photos
    Within the cemetery grounds between the entrance and the main chapel complex and joined to the latter by a conifer lined walkway.
  15. II* Former Blast Engine Houses at Tondu Ironworks
    At the foot of the hillside into which the Ironworks was built, W of Tondu station and Maesteg Road and at the edge of the now cleared former coal and rail works and yards.
  16. II* Glan Rhyd Railway Viaduct
    Spanning River Ogmore on a minor road E of A4063 and almost directly beneath viaduct of M4.
  17. II* Glan Rhyd Railway Viaduct (partly in Newcastle Higher community)
    Spanning River Ogmore on a minor road E of A4063 and almost directly beneath viaduct of M4.
  18. II* Iron bridge over River Llynfi Photos
    Located at the bottom end of Treharne Row, off Castle Street, and below the Rugby ground.
  19. II* Lift Tower at Tondu Ironworks
    Set in the hillside between the company housing of Derllwyn Road and Park Terrace above and the levelled area below where the Engine House stands, against the old furnace bank and opposite the Calcini
  20. II* Llwydarth farmhouse
    The farmhouse is set on a steep hill, with access by farm track directly off the A4063 Maesteg to Bridgend Road.
  21. II* Maendy
    On sloping ground above Nant Bryncethin, W of Bryncethin village with dismantled railway close to rear.
  22. II* Maesteg Sports Centre, The Cornstores Photos
    The Sports Centre is at the end of Albert Terrace, leading off Neath Road.
  23. II* Maesteg Council Offices, with flanking walls and piers.
    Located behind the town hall on the S side of Talbot Street.
  24. II* Merthyr Mawr House
    Approximately 0.75km NE of parish church and reached by private drives on its W and NE sides.
  25. II* New Bridge Photos
    Crossing the Ogmore river approximately 1km NE of Merthyr Mawr church.
  26. II* New Inn Bridge
    Road bridge over Ogmore river approximately 1.2km NE of Merthyr Mawr church.
  27. II* Newcastle Castle Photos
    On an elevated site to N of St Illtyd's Parish Church.
  28. II* Newcastle House
    Set back and above the road, to W of the castle and Parish church.
  29. II* Nottage Court Photos
    On the E edge of the hamlet of Nottage, on rising ground above the valley of Dewiscumbe, set in large walled grounds reached by a drive.
  30. II* Old Bridge Photos
    Pedestrian bridge spanning the River Ogwr, a short way downstream from New Bridge.
  31. II* Pyle Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Capel y Pil, and schoolroom, with forecourt railings. Photos
    Ffordd y Eglwys leads from Pyle to North Cornelly. The chapel is set gable end to the road W of the former railway line, with the schoolroom adjoining on the S.
  32. II* Salem Welsh Baptist Chapel
    Located in a row of terraced housing, and set behind a narrow front railed area.
  33. II* St John's Hospice Photos
    Set into slope, half way up the hill; small rubble walled gardens flanking entrance.
  34. II* The Hall Farm Photos
    The former farmhouse lies in the midst of suburban development at the end of a driveway opening between Nos 33 and 35 Hall Drive.
  35. II* Ty Mawr Photos
    Approximately 0.5km NE of Coity church on E side of minor road from Coity to Cefn Hirgoed, and S side of junction with minor road to Pencoed.
  36. II* Ty Mawr aka The Great House
    On the main village thoroughfare a short distance SW of the Church of St David.
  37. II* Tythegston Court
    On N side of A4106 opposite minor road into Tythegston village, and reached by short private road on NW side.

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