IIBridge 145 over the Montgomeryshire Canal The bridge carries a trackway over the canal and is located to the N of bridge 146 and Brynderwen Lock. It is immediately E of the A483 Welshpool to Newtown road.
IIBridge at Cwm-mule The bridge spans the River Mule and the Kerry branch of the Newtown and Machynlleth Railway. It carries a narrow lane east from the B4368 which runs parallel with the railway and river through the na
IIBridge at Fronfraith Mill The bridge spans the River Mule and the Kerry branch of the Newtown and Machynlleth Railway. The roadway linked Fronfraith Mill to its W with the B4368 to its E, which runs parallel with the railway
IIBrynderwen Warehouse Located at Brynderwen wharf on the Montgomeryshire Canal, between Brynderwen Lock and the A483.
IIBryntalch Villa Located on a narrow lane approximately 300m SW of Cefn Bryntalch Hall, with the grounds of the hall rising above.
IICartshed, Cefn Bryntalch Located on the W side of a courtyard surrounded by service buildings to Cefn Bryntalch Hall which lies to the S.
IICastle Cottage The cottage is sited in woodland on the ridge immediately SW of Dolforwyn Castle.
II*Cefn Bryntalch Hall Located in a sheltered position near the top of a wooded hill which overlooks the Severn Valley. Close to a motte and bailey castle. The house is approached by a sweeping drive and is surrounded by
IIChurch House Located on a narrow lane 400m N of Llanmerewig village next to the Church of St. Llwchaiarn. The front (E) faces a courtyard surrounded by farm buildings, which are generally of masonry construction
II*Church of St Llwchaiarn Located on a narrow lane 400m N of Llanmerewig village to the east of Church Farm. The church is situated in an oval churchyard bounded by a masonry wall.
IIChurch of St. Tyssil Located on the NW side of the village on flat ground, between the rectory and the school.
IICilgwrgan Located in a low-lying position in the Severn valley fronting the A483.
IICilgwrgan Bridge Bridge spanning the River Severn on the B4389 which links the A483 with Tregynon. Located on the boundary with Newtown and Llanllwchaiarn.
IICoach-house and stables, Cefn Bryntalch Located on the E side of a courtyard surrounded by service buildings to Cefn Bryntalch Hall. An opening through the centre of this range forms the entrance to the courtyard. The house lies to the S.
IICwm-mule Mill Located within a bend of the River Mule on a narrow, flat strip of ground.
IDolforwyn Castle Located on a sharp promontory above the Severn Valley, in an excellent defensive position, with good views all round.
IIDolforwyn Hall Hotel Located on the W edge of the Severn valley, the ground sloping sharply upwards to the rear.
IIEast Barn at Llwynmadoc The farm is located in a relatively open, low-lying position, accessed from a long track SE of Abermule. The barn is located on the E side of the farmyard to the rear of the house.
IIFron Farmhouse Located at the end of a narrow lane running along the side of a valley. Probable platform site with ground sloping away sharply to the SW.
IIGlanhafren Located on low lying ground between the River Severn and the Montgomery Canal Approached from the A483 via a bridge over the Canal. A former malthouse, now much altered, lies at right-angles to the
IILittle Aberbechan Located in a raised position on or adjacent to the Aberbechan dike. Possible platform site with a steep fall to the SW.
IILlwynmadoc Farmhouse The house is located in a relatively open, low-lying position, accessed from a long track SE of Abermule. There is a farmyard to the rear of the house, surrounded by barns.
IILower Maenllwyd Located towards the top of the narrow steep-sided valley of the River Mule. The garden slopes away sharply to the NE of the house. There is a timber framed barn located at right angles to the house,
IIMiddle Llegodig Located on low lying ground on the edge of the flood plain of the River Severn. The house faces a timber clad cow-shed with a second agricultural building at right angles.
IIOak Tree Cottage Located on a narrow lane, to the rear of the Waterloo Arms in Abermule
IIOld Church of St. Tyssil Located on a hillside to the SE of Llandyssil village. The remains of the church are within a roughly circular graveyard which is still in use.
IIPhipps Tenement Located towards the NE end of Llandyssil village on a narrow lane. To the front of the L-shaped house and barn is a small courtyard entered from the road. The road then turns at right angles to pass
IIRock Cottage Located at the end of a narrow trackway which runs parallel with the River Mule, 0.8Km SE of Abermule Village.
IIThe Cottage Located alongside a narrow lane leading SW from the A483 at Dolforwyn.
IIThe Grooms House, Cefn Bryntalch Located on the W side of a courtyard surrounded by service buildings to Cefn Bryntalch Hall. The Groom’s House abuts the hall to its south. Separated from the small cartshed by a wall running from
IIThe Old Rectory Located on the north side of Llanmerewig village, in a low-lying position close to a stream. The church is c350m to the N.
IIThe Old Rectory Located on the E side of Llandyssil village within a roughly circular garden. The front faces away from the road possibly for extra privacy. The new church of St. Tyssil was built immediately W of t
IIWest barn at Llwynmadoc The farm is located in a relatively open, low-lying position, accessed from a long track SE of Abermule. The barn is located on the W side of the farmyard to the rear of the house.
IIWhite Hall Farmhouse Located on a possible platform site downslope from Cefn y coed, with timber and masonry farmbuildings to the W.
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