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Listed Buildings in Castle, Swansea

  1. II (also known as Prospect Place)
    Section of late Georgian domestic terrace slightly splayed from centre and with exposed gable to Quay Parade (A483).
  2. II (also known as Prospect Place)
    Section of late Georgian domestic terrace slightly splayed from centre and with exposed gable to Quay Parade (A483).
  3. II (also known as Prospect Place)
    Section of late Georgian domestic terrace slightly splayed from centre and with exposed gable to Quay Parade (A483).
  4. II (also known as Prospect Place)
    Section of late Georgian domestic terrace slightly splayed from centre and with exposed gable to Quay Parade (A483).
  5. II (also known as Prospect Place)
    Section of late Georgian domestic terrace slightly splayed from centre and with exposed gable to Quay Parade (A483).
  6. II (also known as Prospect Place)
    Section of late Georgian domestic terrace slightly splayed from centre and with exposed gable to Quay Parade (A483).
  7. II ,12 Cambrian Place,,,WEST GLAMORGAN
    Terrace of uniform, late Georgian houses stepped down from the former Assembly Rooms to left.
  8. II ,13 Cambrian Place,,,WEST GLAMORGAN
    Terrace of uniform, late Georgian houses stepped down from the former Assembly Rooms to left.
  9. II Argyle Presbyterian Church of Wales
    On corner with Argyle Street and slightly set back downhill.
  10. II Barclays Bank
    In a mainly Georgian group of buildings on the curve of the street rising towards the Castle. Lower buildings to sides.
  11. II* Bethesda Baptist Church
    Set below road level in a railed burial ground on the corner with Prince of Wales Road.
  12. II Castle Cinema
    Adjoining Swansea Castle on the edge of the slope above the Strand where there is a second facade.
  13. II Central Library
    In a group of public buildings at the N end of the city centre
  14. II Central Police Station
    Occupying a commanding angle site at junction with Orchard Street. Formerly accommodated fire brigade also
  15. II Centre for Greater Self Awareness (The Old Ragged School)
    Main elevation to the street and facing rear elevation of Central Library and College of Art building.
  16. II Christ Church (Garrison Church of Swansea)
    Gabled front facing S across Oystermouth Road and foreshore, between Argyle Street and Burrows Road, St Helen’s.
  17. II Church of St Jude & Church Hall
    In a steep hillside position with side to road.
  18. II Church of St Mary
    Castle
  19. II Clock Tower & Administration Block to Former Swansea Hospital
    Set well back from road junction at W end of St Helen’s Road. Important townscape element in context of largely small-scale terraces.
  20. II* Ebenezer Baptist Chapel Hall
    Castle
  21. II* Ebenezer Baptist Chapel,
    Dominant building in a narrow side street off High Street and close to the railway station.
  22. II Exchange Chambers (Exchange Buildings) Photos
    Occupying a large corner site at Adelaide Street and Cambrian Place overlooking the Royal Institution.
  23. II Former Assembly Rooms
    In terraced group stepping down from Pembroke Buildings on left.
  24. II Former Carlton Cinema (Including Nos.18B & 18C)
    Very large frontage in range of lower buildings.
  25. II Former GWR Revetment Walls along N side of South Dock
    Running from W of Maritime Museum and to rear of modern housing on N quayside.
  26. II Former Pilot House
    At pierhead on W bank of River Tawe and downstream at entry to S Dock.
  27. II Former Swansea Grammar School
    Sited on a terrace within the Technical College grounds.
  28. II* Glynn Vivian Art Gallery
    Castle
  29. II H.M.Prison, Gatehouse Building
    Gatehouse set back from the line of the high perimeter wall with access road flanked by low curved forecourt walls.
  30. II H.M.Prison, Main Block (A.Wing)
    Main L-shaped block for men at centre of prison compound and directly north of the gatehouse.
  31. II H.M.Prison, Main Block (B.Wing)
    Main L-shaped block for men at centre of prison compound and directly north of the gatehouse.
  32. II H.M.Prison, Perimter Walls
    Gatehouse set back from the line of the high perimeter wall with access road flanked by low curved forecourt walls.
  33. II Including Entry to Salubrious Passage
    Short terrace of 4 storey brick frontages on Street line.
  34. II Including entry to Salubrious Passage
    Short terrace of 4 storey brick frontage on Street line.
  35. II Including Entry to Salubrious Passage
    Short terrace of 4 storey brick frontages on Street line.
  36. II Iron Bollard Close to River Tawe to N of New Cut Bridge
    Set back from the quay wall at W bank of New Cut (1845-51). Reset in modern paved terrace with flagstaff; N bollard lower down and closer to river.
  37. II Iron Bollard Close to River Tawe to N of New Cut Bridge
    Set back from the quay wall at W bank of New Cut (1845-51). Reset in modern paved terrace with flagstaff; N bollard lower down and closer to river.
  38. II Kings Arms PH
    On the corner with King Street.
  39. II Liverpool Victoria Insurance Offices Including "Cane Connection" Shop
    In a mixed group of commercial buildings leading up to the Castle.
  40. II Llewellyn Hall including Nos. 2-4
    Large corner block on corner of Page Street and running back to Northampton Lane.
  41. II Lloyds Bank
    In a row of frontages towards foot of street.
  42. II Maritime & Industrial Museum
    On N quayside of S Dock, close to end of Burrows Place. Former dock warehouse.
  43. II Memorial Fountain to Henry Evans Charles
    Flanking footpath within former metalwork entrance to Victoria Park.
  44. II Mercer Offices including Brunswick Health Centre & Douglas-Jones
    Set back from and above the road with service road behind trees on street line. Originally known as Brunswick Place.
  45. II Mercer Offices including Brunswick Health Centre & Douglas-Jones
    Set back from and above the road with service road behind trees on street line. Originally known as Brunswick Place.
  46. II Mercer Offices including Brunswick Health Centre & Douglas-Jones
    Set back from and above the road with service road behind trees on street line. Originally known as Brunswick Place.
  47. II Mercer Offices, including Brunswick Health Centre & Douglas-Jones
    Set back from and above the road with service road behind trees on street line. Originally known as Brunswick Place.
  48. II Mercer Offices, including Brunswick Health Centre & Douglas-Jones
    Set back from and above the road with service road behind trees on street line. Originally known as Brunswick Place.
  49. II Mercer Offices, including Brunswick Health Centre & Douglas-Jones
    Set back from and above the road with service road behind trees on street line. Originally known as Brunswick Place.
  50. II Mercer Offices, including Brunswick Health Centre & Douglas-Jones
    Set back from and above the road with service road behind trees on street line. Originally known as Brunswick Place.
  51. II Mercer Offices, including Brunswick Health Centre & Douglas-Jones
    Set back from and above the road with service road behind trees on street line. Originally known as Brunswick Place.
  52. II Mercer Offices, including Brunswick Health Centre & Douglas-Jones
    Set back from and above the road with service road behind trees on street line. Originally known as Brunswick Place.
  53. II Mercer Offices, including Brunswick Health Centre & Douglas-Jones
    Set back from and above the road with service road behind trees on street line. Originally known as Brunswick Place.
  54. II* Midland Bank
    Occupying a substantial corner site, St Mary’s Street to left side.
  55. II Mond Buildings
    Large commercial block on corner with Park Street.
  56. II Mond Buildings
    Large commercial block on corner with Park Street.
  57. II Mond Buildings
    Large commercial block on corner with Park Street.
  58. II Mond Buildings Photos
    Large commercial block on corner with Park Street.
  59. II* Mount Pleasant Baptist Church
    Prominently sited on the corner with Dynevor Place.
  60. II* Mount Pleasant Baptist Church Hall
    Prominently sited on the corner with Dynevor Place.
  61. II* Mount Pleasant Baptist School Blocks
    Prominently sited on the corner with Dynevor Place.
  62. II Mount Pleasant Hotel
    Set against hillside on corner of Heathfield, a scarce domestic survivor of late Georgian Swansea.
  63. II National Bank Ltd
    On corner with Green Dragon Lane.
  64. II National Bank Ltd
    On corner with Green Dragon Lane
  65. II National Wstminster Bank
    End building to terraced group on right.
  66. II No 4 The Strand (Colonial Buildings including Ace Electrical Spares Centre)
    End building with exposed flank facing E to Quay Parade.
  67. II No Sign Bar & Munday's Wine Merchants
    Low brick frontage squashed between tall early C19 terrace to left and Barclay’s Bank to right.
  68. II No.1 Gloucester Place,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    Terrace of late Georgian houses making up most of W side of the street.
  69. II No.10 Cambrian Place,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    Terrace of uniform, late Georgian houses stepped down from the former Assembly Rooms to left.
  70. II No.11 Cambrian Place,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    Terrace of uniform, late Georgian houses stepped down from the former Assembly Rooms to left.
  71. II No.17 St.mary's Street,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    Immediately adjoining rear of Midland Bank, Wind Street.
  72. II No.1a Pier Street,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    To rear of main office building of Associated British Ports, Adelaide Street.
  73. II No.2 Gloucester Place,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    Terrace of late Georgian houses making up most of W side of the street.
  74. II No.2 Princess Way,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    Set at angle to S end of dual carriageway, right gable end to Salubrious Place.
  75. II No.3 Gloucester Place,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    Terrace of late Georgian houses making up most of W side of the street.
  76. II No.3 Princess Way,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    Set at angle to S end of dual carriageway, right gable end to Salubrious Place.
  77. II No.4 Gloucester Place,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    Terrace of late Georgian houses making up most of W side of the street.
  78. II No.4 Princess Way,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    Set at angle to S end of dual carriageway, right gable end to Salubrious Place.
  79. II No.5 Gloucester Place,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    Terrace of late Georgian houses making up most of W side of the street.
  80. II No.6 Cambrian Place,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    Terrace of uniform, late Georgian houses stepped down from the former Assembly Rooms to left.
  81. II No.6 Gloucester Place,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    Terrace of late Georgian houses making up most of W side of the street.
  82. II No.6 Wind Street,,,,,west Glamorgan, Photos
    In a mixed group of commercial buildings leading up to the Castle.
  83. II No.61 Wind Street,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    Part of a Georgian group on the curve of the street leading up to the Castle.
  84. II No.62 Wind Street,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    Part of a Georgian group on the curve of the street leading up to the Castle.
  85. II No.7 Cambrian Place,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    Terrace of uniform, late Georgian houses stepped down from the former Assembly Rooms to left.
  86. II No.8 Cambrian Place,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    Terrace of uniform, late Georgian houses stepped down from the former Assembly Rooms to left.
  87. II No.9 Cambrian Place,,,,,west Glamorgan, Photos
    9 Cambrian Place
  88. II* Offices of Associated British Ports Formerly Swansea Harbour Trust
    Prominently sited overlooking Quay Parade (A483) and occupying the whole street block between Somerset Place and Pier Street.
  89. II Offices of Community Industry
    Prominently sited at the foot of the hill on the corner with Mount Pleasant Drive.
  90. II Old Cross Keys PH Photos
    Formerly in the middle of a long street, now an isolated building in open ground opposite St Mary’s Church.
  91. II Old Post Office Building (Now Post Office Sorting Office) Photos
    Castle
  92. II Pagefield House (Quaker Meeting House)
    Set back from street on corner with Page Street.
  93. II Palace Theatre
    Occupying a triangular site bounded by High Street, Bethesda Street and Prince of Wales Road.
  94. II Pedestal & Statue of Sir H.Hussey Vivian
    Now located at the Rutland Street entrance to modern shopping precinct; originally at Castle Square, thereafter moved in 1936 to Victoria Park and to present site, 1982.
  95. II Pembroke Buildings
    End of Georgian terrace with former Assembly Rooms adjoining to right.
  96. II Pembroke Buildings Photos
    End of Georgian terrace with former Assembly Rooms adjoining to right.
  97. II Plinth & Statue of JH Vivian
    On quayside close to SE corner of main basin of S Dock and now forming the centrepiece to a modern courtyard opposite the Maritime Museum.
  98. II Presbytery at St David's R.C. Church
    Adjoining SW corner of church with link building overlapping 2 bays of S aisle.
  99. II Presbytery at St Joseph's R.C.Church
    Attached by cloister/corridor to E of St Joseph’s Church.
  100. II R C Church of St Joseph
    Tall church building overlooking valley with St John’s Church, Hafod, opposite, long flank to street.
  101. II Restaurant (Exchange Buildings)
    Occupying a large corner site at Adelaide Street and Cambrian Place overlooking the Royal Institution.
  102. II Restaurant including Nos. 18B & 18C
    Very large frontage in range of lower buildings.
  103. II* Royal Institution of South Wales (Swansea Museum)
    Occupying an exposed island site facing N across the A483 dual carriageway.
  104. II* Royal Institution of South Wales (Swansea Museum) Boundary Walls & Railings
    Occupying an exposed island site facing N across the A483 dual carriageway.
  105. II School of Art
    In a group of public buildings at the N end of the city centre.
  106. II St Andrew's United Reformed Church
    Strongly designed ecclesiastical building occupying an eye-catching position mid way along St Helen’s Road on the corner of George Street.
  107. II St. David's Nursing Home Annexe
    On a site adjoining terrace at Nos 139 to 148 (consec) St Helen’s Road. Set back from, and above, the road.
  108. II St. David's Priory R.C. Church
    Within modern precinct of St David’s Centre and close to W of roundabout at bottom of Princess Way. E end to Rutland Street. Church orientated N and S.
  109. II St. Matthew's Church
    Gable end forward to street with raised churchyard flanking sides and rear. One the site of the medieval chapel of St John the Baptist, rebuilt 1823-4 to designed by Wm Jernegan.
  110. II St. Nicholas Seamen's Church (Swansea Arts Workshop)
    At the dock end of the street close to the Pump House.
  111. I Swansea Castle Photos
    In the centre of the city, on the curving W bank of the former course of the River Tawe.
  112. II Swansea County Court & Offices
    On corner with Princess Way, immediately S of St Mary’s Churchyard.
  113. II Swansea Working Men's Club & Institute
    Set into slope on corner of Quarry Street.
  114. II Tavern PH & Ye Olde Wine Shoppe
    Near corner with Oxford Street.
  115. II Technical College Building
    Occupying a commanding angle site near the brow of the hill. Bryn-Syfi Terrace to side and rear.
  116. II Telecom Building
    Forward to right of Old Post Office building with modern Head Post Office to right.
  117. II The Bush Hotel
    Midway between Kings Lane and Welcome Lane.
  118. II The Coach House
    Part of a mainly Georgian group on the curve of the street rising towards the Castle; large Barclay’s Bank on left.
  119. II* The Old Guildhall (Former Annexe to Dynevor Comprehensive School) Photos
    Large public building close to River Tawe and the former site of West Docks.
  120. II The Pump House
    Very prominently sited on quayside adjoining locks between inner and outer basins of S Dock. Formerly known as "Power Station".
  121. II Top Rank Club (formerly Albert Hall)
    Prominently sited on the corner with De La Beche Street.
  122. II Unitarian Church
    Set back from street with gabled porch reached across an open paved forecourt.
  123. II YMCA Building including Nos. 2-4
    Large corner block on corner of Page Street and running back to Northampton Lane.
  124. II York Place Baptist Chapel
    Occupying the middle part of an island site at the E end of Oystermouth Road.
  125. II York Place Baptist Chapel Hall
    Occupying the middle part of an island site at the E end of Oystermouth Road.

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