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Listed Buildings in Carreghofa, Powys

  1. II* Aqueduct carrying Montgomeryshire Canal over River Vyrnwy
    Aqueduct parallel to B4398 road bridge over the River Vyrnwy; links the embanked canal from the north to the higher south side of the river at Newbridge.
  2. II Ashfield Stores
    Situated in Canal Road about 100 metres west of Llanymynech crossroads.
  3. II Boundary Stone at Ngr Sj 2660 2117
    Carreghofa Community, Shropshire, SY22
  4. II Bridge 95 over the Montgomeryshire Canal adjoining No 1 The Locks
    Carries the by-road from the B4398 over the Montgomeryshire Canal towards Clawdd-Coch; crosses between upper and lower sets of locks. Lock Keeper's Cottage abuts roadway on W side.
  5. II Bridge over by-pass Culvert to NW of No 1 The Locks
    Bridge carrying by-road from Carreghofa Locks to Clawdd Coch over the brick-lined by-pass culvert.
  6. II Bridge over Tanat Feeder to NE of Carreghofa Mill
    Carries by-road from Llanymynech down to the River Tanat.
  7. II By-Pass Culvert and Overflow
    Includes culvert under by-pass bridge to north of canal bridge 95 over Montgomeryshire Canal.
  8. II By-Pass Pond and Spillway with Sluice-Gate to south of upper lock chamber
    Carreghofa
  9. II Carreghofa Aqueduct parallel to the Public Road 700m West of Llanymynech
    Half-a-mile west of Llanymynech midway between canal bridges 94 (Wern Bridge) and 93 (Walls Bridge); lies parallel to B4398.
  10. II Carreghofa Hall
    Situated on the lower slopes of Llanymynech Hill close to the River Tanat and dismantled railway line.
  11. II Cottage adjacent to the Presbyterian Chapel
    Picturesque cottage situated to south of the Presbyterian Chapel.
  12. II Cottage immediately to the east of Wern School
    Set back from the B4398, a quarter-of-a-mile west of Llanymynech crossroads.
  13. II Crane on North Quayside of Upeer Lock immediately E of No.1 The Locks
    Believed to have been relocated in present position beside Monntgomeryshire Canal.
  14. II Eastern Bridge over Tanat Feeder to N of Clawdd-Coch
    Carries by-road leading east from Clawdd Coch to Wern.
  15. II Farm Ranges to East of Ty-Gwyn Farmhouse
    Two parallel farm ranges with enclosed yard between.
  16. II Farm Ranges to East of Ty-Gwyn Farmhouse
    Two parallel farm ranges with enclosed yard between.
  17. II Former Warehouse adjoining Trunk Road Bridge
    Situated behind the main road over the Ellesmere Canal, Llanymynech branch, about 150 metres north of Llanymynech crossroads.
  18. II Former Wharfinger's House including brick boundary wall to road
    Situated on the north bank of the dock between the upper and lower locks at north end of Montgomeryshire Canal. Lies between canal bridge 95 and the bridge over the by-pass culvert to the north.
  19. II Four-Arch Aqueduct over Vyrnwy Flood Plain (Northern Arches) New Bridge Vyrnwy
    Sited between Carreghofa Locks and B4398 road which crosses the Montgomeryshire Canal at Williams Bridge.
  20. II Garth Cottage
    Situated amongst a scattered group of labourers' houses and cottages on the lower slopes of Llanymynech Hill. C18 and C19, formerly three separate dwellings.
  21. II Giulio's Restaurant
    Situated in Canal Road about 100 metres west of Llanymynech crossroads.
  22. II Lock Gates and Paddle Gear
    To east of Bridge 95 over canal.
  23. II Lock Gates and Paddle Gear
    To the west of Bridge 95 carrying the by-road over the Montgomeryshire Canal.
  24. II Lock-Keeper's Cottage adjoining Lower Lock Chamber on Montgomeryshire Canal
    On south bank of Montgomeryshire Canal, abutting bridge No 95.
  25. II Lower Lock Chamber
    To the west of Bridge 95 carrying the by-road over the Montgomeryshire Canal.
  26. II Lower Lock Chamber to W of No 1 THe Locks
    Includes culvert under by-pass bridge to north of canal bridge 95 over Montgomeryshire Canal.
  27. II No 1 The Gardd including outbuilding to rear
    Set back from north side of B4393, 200m west of Llanymynech crossroads.
  28. II No 2 The Gardd including outbuilding to rear
    Set back from north side of B4393, 200m west of Llanymynech crossroads.
  29. II Nos 1-7 (Consec) Ashfield Terrace
    Situated in Canal Road 150 metres west of Llanymynech crossroads.
  30. II Old Elmtree Farmhouse and attached outbuilding.
    On N side of road, about 250m west of crossroads with A483.
  31. II Outbuildings Ranges to N. of Carreghofa Hall
    Situated on the lower slopes of Llanymynech Hill close to the River Tanat and dismantled railway line.
  32. II Pentref
    About 300m SW of Wern and approached via short track from crossroads 100m. SE of Carreghofa Locks.
  33. II Pigsty with Walled Pen to E of No 1 The Locks
    Lies between the former Wharfinger's House and the Gauger's Hut on the north bank of the upper lock.
  34. II Road Bridge over Disused Railway cutting in centre of Wern
    Carries public road from Llanymynech to Newbridge at splayed angle over railway cutting.
  35. II Road Bridge over River Vyrnwy
    Carried the old Welshpool to Oswestry main road before Llanymynech Bridge was constructed in 1828.
  36. II Three-Arch Aqueduct over Vyrnwy Flood Plain (Southern Arches) New Bridge Vyrnwy
    Sited between B4398 road at Williams Bridge and the River Vyrnwy.
  37. II Toll Gauger's Hut to E of No 1 The Locks
    Close to north side of upper lock and lying to the east of the former Wharfinger's House.
  38. II Ty-Croes
    Prominent position occupying north west corner of crossroads in centre of Llanymynech. Gable end to A483 on right.
  39. II Ty-Gwyn
    Hillside setting on the lower slopes of Llanymynech Hill.
  40. II Upper Lock Chamber
    To east of Bridge 95 over canal.
  41. II Wern Bridge (Number 94)
    Carrying Causeway Lane over the former Llanymynech branch of the Ellesmere Canal; adjoins B4398 on NW side.
  42. II Western Bridge over Tanat Feede to N of Clawdd-Coch
    Carries by-road north from Clawdd Coch.
  43. II White Rock
    Small country house in elevated position on southern slopes of Llanymynech Hill.
  44. II White Rock NE Range of attached outbuildings
    Small country house in elevated position on southern slopes of Llanymynech Hill.

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