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Listed Buildings in Flint, Flintshire

  1. II 34 Photos
    On corner of lane through to Feathers Street.
  2. II Bryn Edwin
    To SW of road, approximately 1km from junction with A55.
  3. II Enterprise House
    Within the Aber Park industrial estate on the north side of an access road leading west from the A5119.
  4. I Flint Castle including Revetment Wall of Ditch Photos
    To NE of town centre overlooking estuary of River Dee.
  5. II Flint Railway Station Photos
    At E end of Lower Sydney Street. Station Buildings on South Platform
  6. II Leadbrook Hall
    About 800m S of junction with Chester Road.
  7. II Oakenholt Farmhouse
    Approximately 300m south of Chester Road, between Chester Road and Papermill Lane.
  8. II Oakenholt Hall
    Approximately 300m south of Chester Road, between Chester Road and Papermill Lane.
  9. II Palace Social Club (former Plaza Cinema) Photos
    Almost opposite Council Offices.
  10. II Railway Goods Shed Photos
    Situated in former goods yard (now car park), immediately to SE of Flint Railway Station.
  11. II South African War Memorial Photos
    Outside main entrance of Council offices (relocated from Trelawney Square).
  12. II St Mary Church Photos
    Between Church Street and Sydney Street, set at an angle to Church Street, oriented E-W.
  13. II Town Hall Photos
    At E end of Church Street; near station.
  14. II Unit 2
    On the south side of an access road leading off from Evans Street immediately to the north of the main north coast railway line.
  15. II Unit 7
    On the north side of an access road leading off from Evans Street immediately to the north of the main north coast railway line.
  16. II Waen Farmhouse
    To E of Y Waen, 300m N of school.
  17. II War Memorial (CENOTAPH) Photos
    Outside main entrance of Council offices (relocated from Trelawney Square).

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