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Grade II* Listed Buildings in Caerphilly

  1. II* Blackwood Miners Welfare Institute Photos
    At the N end of High Street approximately 240m S of the parish church.
  2. 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
  3. II* Celynen Collieries Workmen's Memorial Hall, including forecourt wall and gates Photos
    Near corner with Meredith Terrace, set back from street, with C20 link to Workmen's Institute.
  4. II* Church of Our Lady of Peace and attached Presbytery Photos
    On the N edge of Newbridge, near the border with the Crumlin Community, on the W hillside of and overlooking the Ebbw Valley. Set on a walled terrace with gate piers and terraced steps, incorporating
  5. 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.
  6. II* Church of St David
    On the main thoroughfare a little N of the town centre, surrounded by an extensive walled churchyard sloping to S and W.
  7. II* Church of St Luke
    Set into the wooded hillside above the Ebbw Vale just above the centre of Abercarn, reached up a side road and approached through a shallow stone tiled gateway and up a steep terraced double flight of
  8. II* Church of St Sannan
    In a large churchyard on the ridge of hill approximately 1.5km NE of Bargoed.
  9. II* Church of St Tudor Mynyddislwyn
    On the crest of Mynyddislwyn, surrounded by a walled churchyard.
  10. II* Cwmdows Farmhouse Photos
    Aligned N/S at right angles to the road, set on a platform in the hillside and now surrounded by C19 and later housing development.
  11. II* Elliot Colliery Winding Engine House and Engine
    Now standing on a terrace with landscaped surroundings above the E bank of Rhymney River, S of New Tredegar centre, in the area known as Elliot'sTown.
  12. II* Former Navigation Colliery North Winding Engine House
    Standing on the main Revetment Wall at the N end. Paired with the South Winding Engine House at S end.
  13. II* Former Navigation Colliery Chimney Photos
    In the centre of the main Revetment Wall, between the N and S Winding Engine Houses and close to the Workshops and Store, and Lamp Room to rear.
  14. II* Former Navigation Colliery Fan House and Fan Drift
    Located on a lane N from Kendon Road near the centre of Crumlin. At the S end of the colliery complex at road level, paired in position with the Power House on the other side of the Heapstead.
  15. II* Former Navigation Colliery Power House and Pump House
    Located on a lane N from Kendon Road near the centre of Crumlin. At the N end of the colliery complex at road level, paired in position with the Fan House on the other side of the Heapstead.
  16. II* Former Navigation Colliery South Winding Engine House
    Standing on the main Revetment Wall at the S end. Paired with the North Winding Engine House at N end.
  17. II* Gelli-groes Mill Photos
    Reached by a side road running SE from Newport Road (A4048); the Mill faces the Sirhowy River and the bridge and is within a grassy enclosure which retains sluices, channelled millrace and tail race,
  18. II* Groeswen Chapel Photos
    Set within its burial ground, the chapel faces the road with vestry adjoining to the W. Located at the E end of Groeswen village.
  19. II* Hanbury Road Baptist Chapel and Schoolrooms, including gates and gatepiers
    Situated in the centre of Bargoed, approximately 150m N of the police station, set back behind small forecourt with railings.
  20. II* Hengoed Viaduct Photos
    A prominent landscape feature spanning the Rhymney valley between Maesycwmmer and Hengoed.
  21. II* Hengoed Viaduct (partly in Maesycwmmer Community) Photos
    A prominent landscape feature spanning the Rhymney Valley between Maesycwmmer and Hengoed.
  22. II* Penallta Colliery Baths Building
    Situated between Ystrad Mynach and Gelligaer, on the east side of Penalltau Road. The Baths Building faces Penalltau Road, on the west of the complex.
  23. II* Penallta Colliery Engine Hall and Fan House Photos
    Situated between Ystrad Mynach and Gelligaer, on the east side of Penalltau Road. The Engine Hall is at the north side of the colliery complex.
  24. II* Penallta Colliery No.1 Headframe
    Situated between Ystrad Mynach and Gelligaer, on the east side of Penalltau Road. The western of the two headframes, at the centre of the complex.
  25. II* Penallta Colliery No.2 Headframe Photos
    Situated between Ystrad Mynach and Gelligaer, on the east side of Penalltau Road. The eastern of the two headframes, at the east of the complex.
  26. II* Penllwyn, former manor house now Penllwyn Arms public house
    On the hillside W of the town centre, in an open space but surrounded by Penllwyn estate development.
  27. II* Penuel Baptist Church
    Located some 100m W of Post Office, on NW side of street, set in grassed yard with iron railings.
  28. II* Ruperra Castle Photos
    Approximately 2.5km E of Rudry Church, on high ground above Rhymney valley and reached by private drive W of minor road between Michaelston-y-Fedw and Draethen.
  29. II* Tabor United Reformed Church Photos
    On prominent site fronting Tabor Road with North Avenue to the rear.
  30. II* The Woollen Mill Photos
    Backing onto the River Rhymney beneath the Hengoed railway viaduct. Accessed from the driveway to Maesycwmmer House
  31. II* Tomb of William Edwards in the churchyard of St Ilan, Eglwysilan Photos
    On the S side of the nave to SW of the porch, adjacent to path on the W side.

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