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Listed Buildings in Bryngwran, Isle of Anglesey

  1. II Bridge E of Tyn-Lidiart
    In a remote location carrying a country lane across a small tributary of the Afon Crigyll, c. 2.75km NNW of Llanfaelog and c.3km NE of Rhosneigr.
  2. II* Church of St. Peulan
    In an isolated rural location, within an irregularly shaped churchyard at the end of a raised trackway W of a country road between the A5(T) and Dothan. Located c. 1.75km SW of Gwalchmai and c. 3km S
  3. II Milestone at Engedi crossroads
    Set in front of a low rubble field wall at the N side of the A5(T), at the crossroads with the B5112 and A4080.
  4. II Milestone in Bryngwran
    Abutting a rubble wall, set back slightly from the N side of the High Street (A5) in Bryngwran.
  5. II Milestone W of Gwalchmai
    Set within a low rubble field wall alongside the N side of the A5(T), W of the village of Gwalchmai and c.1km WNW of the church of St. Morhiairn.
  6. II Pandy Treban
    In a isolated location, set back from the W side of the B5112, c.2km ENE of Bryngwran.
  7. II Pont Cymunod, over the Afon Crugyll
    A bridge comprising two widely spaced arches of different dates, crossing the Afon Crugyll 200m S of Pandy Cymunod, and forming the SE corner of the community.
  8. II Pont Factory Cymunod, over the Afon Crigyll
    A bridge comprising two widely spaced arches of different dates, crossing the Afon Crugyll 200m S of Pandy Cymunod, and forming the SE corner of the community.

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