II*Bryngwyn Colliery Engine House 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
II*Church of St Barrwg Located in a high prominent position in the village at the N end of Church Street. Surrounded by a large graveyard.
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.
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
II*Church of St Sannan In a large churchyard on the ridge of hill approximately 1.5km NE of Bargoed.
II*Gelli-groes Mill 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,
II*Groeswen Chapel Set within its burial ground, the chapel faces the road with vestry adjoining to the W. Located at the E end of Groeswen village.
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