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Listed Buildings in Colwyn Bay, Conwy

  1. II ,1 Rhiw Bank Avenue,Colwyn Bay,,CLWYD
    On the E corner with Rhiw Bank Avenue.
  2. II ,151,CONWAY ROAD,Colwyn Bay,,CLWYD,
    In the block bounded by Victoria Park and Yerburgh Avenue.
  3. II ,153,CONWAY ROAD,Colwyn Bay,,CLWYD,
    In the block bounded by Victoria Park and Yerburgh Avenue.
  4. II ,16,COED PELLA ROAD,Colwyn Bay,,CLWYD,
    On the lower corner of Coed Pella Road and Queen's Drive.
  5. II ,4,Ael-y-Bryn Road,Colwyn Bay,,CLWYD,
    Below the level of the Road, one of a reverse-pair with No.6.
  6. II ,6,AEL-Y-BRYN ROAD,Colwyn Bay,,CLWYD,
    Below the level of the road, one of a reverse-pair with No.4.
  7. II ,60 Abergele Road,Colwyn Bay,,CLWYD
    On the E corner with Rhiw Bank Avenue.
  8. II ,62 Abergele Road,Colwyn Bay,,CLWYD
    On the E corner with Rhiw Bank Avenue.
  9. II ,64 Abergele Road,Colwyn Bay,,CLWYD
    On the E corner with Rhiw Bank Avenue.
  10. II ,7,ABERGELE ROAD,Colwyn Bay,,CLWYD,
    Towards the corner with station road.
  11. II 1 Penrhyn Buildings
    On the corner of Penrhyn Road and Princes Drive.
  12. II 20 Princess Bingo and Social Club
    Almost opposite the end of Penrhyn Road.
  13. II 22 Princess Bingo and Social Club
    Almost opposite the end of Penrhyn Road.
  14. II 24 Princess Bingo and Social Club Photos
    Almost opposite the end of Penrhyn Road.
  15. II 28 Penrhyn Buildings
    On the corner of Penrhyn Road and Princes Drive.
  16. II 3 Penrhyn Buildings
    On the corner of Penrhyn Road and Princes Drive.
  17. II 30 Penrhyn Buildings
    On the corner of Penrhyn Road and Princes Drive.
  18. II 32 Penrhyn Buildings
    On the corner of Penrhyn Road and Princes Drive.
  19. II 34 Penrhyn Buildings
    On the corner of Penrhyn Road and Princes Drive.
  20. II 5 Penrhyn Buildings
    On the corner of Penrhyn Road and Princes Drive.
  21. II 5,7,9,11 & 15 Pen y Bryn Road
    At the eastern end of Pen y Bryn road, on high ground overlooking the town of Colwyn Bay.
  22. II 58
    On the E corner with Rhiw Bank Avenue.
  23. II 7 Penrhyn Buildings
    On the corner of Penrhyn Road and Princes Drive.
  24. II Brendon
    Next of Heathfield, just to the S of the junction with Combermere Road.
  25. II Bryn Egwys
    On the corner with Mochdre Road, c100m N of the Church.
  26. II Bryn Eithin Photos
    Set back from the road in wooded grounds, opposite the junction with Victoria Park.
  27. II* Christ Church
    Forms the focal point of the small hillside hamlet of Bryn y Maen, approx 3km S of the town.
  28. II Christ Church Vicarage
    Opposite Christ Church.
  29. II Church Hall
    Behind the Church of Saint Paul, and adjoining the Church of Saint David.
  30. II* Church of Saint Paul Photos
    Occupies a block of land at the centre of the town between Woodland Road East and Rhiw Road.
  31. II Church of St David Photos
    Behind the larger Church of Saint Paul, opposite the Police station.
  32. II Civic Centre (Former Glan y Don Hall)
    At the E edge of the community, overlooking Eirias Park.
  33. II Colwyn Bay County Primary School Photos
    On S side of Conway Road, near junction with Brompton Avenue.
  34. II Colwyn House
    Towards the top of the street, almost opposite the Central Bar.
  35. II Costain Buildings at Rydal School
    Forms two sides of courtyard on the E side of the school dining hall, and bounded by Landsdowne Road and Queen’s Drive.
  36. II Cotswold
    Between Oak Drive and Lansdowne Road.
  37. II Dining Hall at Rydal School
    Facing Pwllycrochan Avenue and forming the central range of the 2 courtyards which comprise the main buildings of Rydal School.
  38. II Fountain
    Set into a retaining wall opposite the juction with Oak Drive.
  39. II Glyn Farmhouse
    Set back from the road down a track, towards the bottom of the Nant Valley.
  40. II Head Post Office
    Above the road and set back facing up Wynnstay Road; steps up to narrow terrace at either end and retaining contemporary handrails.
  41. II Heathfield
    At right angles to the road, almost opposite the junction with Combermere Road.
  42. II Highlands
    Close to the junction with Llanrwst Road.
  43. II Hunt House at Rydal School
    Faces Old House across a courtyard and adjoins the school dining hall on the S side of the yard.
  44. II Llety'r Dryw
    Adjacent to the drive leading to the Civic Centre.
  45. II Lychgate and Boundary Wall to St John's Churchyard
    The wall bounds the church yard to Conway Road, returning up Pwllycrochan Avenue, with the lychgate at the angle of the 2 lengths of wall.
  46. II Memorial Hall at Rydal School
    Forms two sides of courtyard on the E side of the school dining hall, and bounded by Landsdowne Road and Queen’s Drive.
  47. II Methodist Church of St John, with attached Hall and Former Sunday School Photos
    Colwyn Bay
  48. II Midland Bank
    On the W corner with Woodland Road West.
  49. II Milepost
    Towards the E corner with King's road.
  50. II Old House, Rydal School
    Parallel to Lansdowne Road, the building forms the N range of 2 quadrangles to either side of the school dining hall.
  51. II Outbuildings attached to Glyn Farmhouse
    Set back from the road down a track, towards the bottom of the Nant Valley.
  52. II Penrhos College Junior School (Ratonagh)
    Set back from the road near the corner with King’s Drive.
  53. II Police Station and Magistrates Court
    Facing the Church of Saint David, near the junction with Abergele Road.
  54. II Queens Buildings and Liberites Bar (No. 1 of 9 buildings )
    Forms a continuous terrace on the W side of the street, below the Central Public House.
  55. II Queens Buildings and Liberties Bar (No. 2 of 9 buildings)
    Forms a continuous terrace on the W side of the street, below the Central Public House.
  56. II Queens Buildings and Liberties Bar (No. 3 of 9 buildings )
    Forms a continuous terrace on the W side of the street, below the Central Public House.
  57. II Queens Buildings and Liberties Bar (No. 4 of 9 buildings )
    Forms a continuous terrace on the W side of the street, below the Central Public House.
  58. II Queens Buildings and Liberties Bar (No. 5 of 9 buildings)
    Forms a continuous terrace on the W side of the street, below the Central Public House.
  59. II Queens Buildings and Liberties Bar (No. 6 of 9 buildings)
    Forms a continuous terrace on the W side of the street, below the Central Public House.
  60. II Queens Buildings and Liberties Bar (No. 7 of 9 buildings)
    Forms a continuous terrace on the W side of the street, below the Central Public House.
  61. II Queens Buildings and Liberties Bar (No. 8 of 9 buildings)
    Forms a continuous terrace on the W side of the street, below the Central Public House.
  62. II Queens Buildings and Liberties Bar (No. 9 of 9 buildings)
    Forms a continuous terrace on the W side of the street, below the Central Public House.
  63. II Ridge Cottage
    High above the level of the road.
  64. II Royal Bank of Scotland
    On the corner with Wynnstay Road.
  65. II Rydal Proparatory School (Pwllycrochan)
    Prominently sited in an elevated position overlooking the town near the junction with Old Highway.
  66. II Salem Congregational Chapel Photos
    In the block of buildings between Douglas Road and Rhiw Bank Avenue.
  67. II St Paul's Vicarage
    Set back from the road beside the Church of St Paul.
  68. II The Central Public House
    On the corner of Station Road and Conway Road.
  69. II The Imperial Hotel
    On the corner of Station Road and Princes Drive opposite to the entrance of Colwyn Bay station.
  70. II Tudor Lodge
    On the upper corner with Hillside Road.
  71. II Victoria Pier
    Prominently sited at about the mid-point of the bay.
  72. II Walshaw
    Set back above the road, almost opposite the junction with Walshaw Avenue.
  73. II War Memorial
    At the front of public gardens near the junction with Queen's Drive.
  74. II Wren's Nest
    On the east corner with Alexandra Road.

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