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Listed Buildings in Landore, Swansea

  1. II Boundary wall of former Hafod Copperworks canal docks
    Located on the east bank of the former Swansea Canal, east of the car park of Landore Social Club.
  2. II Bryn Hyfryd Baptist Chapel
    On the corner with Bryn Terrace.
  3. II Canteen Building at the Former Yorkshire Imperial Metalworks
    Set away from main road and reached under railway, entrance to works was formerly across Swansea Canal.
  4. II Caseys Roofing Centre (Formerly Landore Cinema)
    Beside the main road opposite the former Landore Works of Yorkshire Imperial Metals Ltd.
  5. II Chimney west of Vivian engine house
    Located on the slope to the west of the Vivian engine house and east of the former Swansea Canal.
  6. II Church of St John the Baptist
    Set in a railed churchyard with twin E gables facing down Graham Street; W front overlooking valley with St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church opposite.
  7. II Copper slag abutment to former waste tip tramroad
    Located on the west side of the former Swansea Canal near the centre of the former Hafod and Morfa copperworks site.
  8. II Dinas Noddfa Baptist Chapel Photos
    Very prominently sited on terraced hillside overlooking River Tawe and Landore railway viaduct to SE.
  9. II Former Hafod Copperworks river quay
    Located at the north side of the Hafod and Morfa copperworks site, off the cross-valley road between Foxhole Road and Neath Road.
  10. II Former Vivian locomotive shed
    Located on the west bank of the river Tawe, opposite the White Rock Industrial Archaeology Park.
  11. II Hafod Bridge
    Carries the main Neath Road over Cwm Road.
  12. II Hafod Limekiln
    Set away from the main road and reached under the railway line. Formerly on W side of Swansea Canal (now filled in) begun 1794, fully opened 1798.
  13. II Laboratory Building at Entrance to Former Yorkshire Imperial Metal Works
    Set away from road and reached under railway, entrance to works was formerly across Swansea Canal. Formerly part of Morfa Copper Works.
  14. II Morfa Bridge
    Across the Ricer Tawe, beside the entrance to Swansea Athletic Stadium. E part in Bonymaen Community Council area.
  15. II Morfa Quay
    On W bank of River Tawe and close to the bascule bridge at entrance to Swansea Athletic Stadium.
  16. II Museum Stores, formerly Morfa Copperworks rolling mill
    Located at the north side of the Hafod and Morfa copperworks site, off the cross-valley road between Foxhole Road and Neath Road.
  17. II* Musgrave engine house and chimney
    Located close to the River Tawe in the southern part of the former Hafod and Morfa copperworks site.
  18. II* New Siloh (Seilo Newydd) Congregational Chapel, including gates and railings. Photos
    Occupying a prominent corner position at the top of Siloh Hill, long flank elevation to Pentre Treharn Road; ground falls steeply to E.
  19. II Old Siloh Chapel (English)
    By roadside immediately W of viaduct on main Swansea - Cardiff railway line.
  20. II Old Siloh Chapel (English) Sunday School
    By roadside immediately W of viaduct on main Swansea-Cardiff railway line.
  21. II Parish Church of St Paul
    Set into hillside beside new dual carriageway, tall E end to Neath Road.
  22. II Pier to former waste tip tramroad and adjoining boundary wall
    Located on the east side of the former Swansea Canal at the centre of the former Hafod and Morfa copperworks site.
  23. II School House at New Siloh (Congregational) Chapel
    To E of New Siloh Chapel, set down.
  24. II Siloam Independent Chapel
    Above the road with terraced forecourt and steps leading up.
  25. II Vivian engine house
    Located near the west bank of the River Tawe in the southern part of the former Hafod and Morfa copperworks site.

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