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Listed Buildings in Cefn, Wrexham

  1. II* Cefn (Newbridge) Viaduct (partly in Cefn Community) Photos
    The viaduct carries the railway across the wide valley of the River Dee between Newbridge and Cefn-bychan,
  2. II Cefn Bychan Baptist Chapel Photos
    On the corner of Newbridge Road and Cae Gwilym Road, immediately below the railway embankment in a small grassed yard.
  3. II Cefn Kynaston including garden walls
    Close to the junction of Hill Street and Plas Kynaston Lane, the house is set in walled grounds ringed by footpaths at the foot of steps leading down from Crane Street.
  4. II Church of St John
    In a large churchyard towards the edge of the built-up area at Rhosymedre.
  5. I Entrance Gates and Railings at Newbridge Lodge
    South-western entrance to the Park, on the W bank of the Dee immediately NW of New Bridge over the river.
  6. I Newbridge Lodge
    South-western entrance to the Park, on the W bank of the Dee immediately NW of New Bridge over the river.
  7. II Plas Kynaston
    Overlooking the park in the angle between Hill Street and Plas Kynaston Lane
  8. II* Railway Viaduct over River Dee Photos
    Carries the railway over the River Dee between Newbridge and Cefn-Bychan
  9. II Waterloo Tower including outwork walls Photos
    The tower is on a rocky eminence at the SW corner of Wynnstay Park, and approached via a track which leaves Park Road opposite Short Lane.

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