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Listed Buildings in Gwersyllt, Wrexham

  1. II Bridge over Former Railway
    Towards the junction of Highfield Road and Poolmouth Road, the bridge carries Highfield Road over the sunken bed of the former railway line next to Oakfield House.
  2. II Church of the Holy Trinity
    In a churchyard prominently sited to the W of Mold Road on the N side of Gwersyllt.
  3. II Former Llay Hall Collery Engine House
    Located in the group of former Llay Hall colliery buildings in use as an industrial estate east of Mold Road. The engine house is a large building at the middle of the group with a smaller wing attac
  4. II Former Llay Hall Colliery Chimney and Flue
    Located in the group of former Llay Hall Colliery buildings in use as an industrial estate east of Mold Road. The chimney is high on the slope to the west of the site, close to Mold Road.
  5. II Former Llay Hall Colliery Washery Building
    Located in the group of former Llay Hall Colliery buildings in use as an industrial estate east of Mold Road. The former washery is a large building converted to industrial workshops at the south-east
  6. II Former Llay Hall Colliery Workshops
    Located in the group of former Llay Hall Colliery buildings inuse as an industrial estate east of Mold Road. The workshops are on the north side of the complex and are in use as stores.
  7. II Henblas
    South of Little Mountain, on the W side of a lane leading SW from Summerhill Road to Moss Valley Park.
  8. II Lower Stansty Farmhouse
    Down a lane off the NE side of Stansty Chain Road, 250m approx. SE of its junction with Mold Road.
  9. II Rock Cottage
    Above the road as it goes downhill towards the River Alyn at Cefn y Bedd.
  10. II Stansty Park with attached Garden Gateway
    At the northern end of the triangular enclosure of parkland immediately W of Mold Road.
  11. II War Memorial with Railings to Memorial Gardens
    At the corner of Wheatsheaf Lane and Old Mold Road.

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