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Listed Buildings in Llanelli Rural, Carmarthenshire

  1. II Adulam Baptist Chapel with Vestry (Ysgoldy Adulam), Baptistery, Railings and Gates
    On high ground 150 m west of A476 in Felinfoel, opposite to Adulam Row. The side of the Vestry faces the street with the chapel standing parallel to its west.
  2. II Baptistery at Pont Adulam
    At east side of the bridge over the River Lliedi in Felinfoel.
  3. II Bethlehem Baptist Chapel
    At south side of the A484 in the village of Pwll.
  4. II Chimney of Hoffmann Kiln, Eclipse Brickworks
    Beside the Hoffmann Kiln of Eclipse Brickworks on the W side, centrally, standing 1.8 m from the kiln.
  5. II* Church of St Michael and all Angels
    At the south side of Bryngwyn Road, Dafen. Stone wall to street and to west side; timber war-memorial lychgate.
  6. II Church of The Holy Trinity
    Prominently sited in Felinfoel. Large graveyard to S with rubble boundary wall to all sides; Gothic style timber lychgate with tiled roof, steel gates; Celtic cross granite war-memoral in churchyard.
  7. II Cwmllethryd Fawr Farm
    1 km NW from Clochyrie on the A476.
  8. II Dam above the Raby Furnace
    Carrying part of the minor road which joins the B4309 about 120 m north of the furnace.
  9. II Dan y Banc Farm Buildings
    To the north of Dan y Banc farmhouse, 600 m south-west of the B4803, midway between Pontyates Bridge and Cynheidre.
  10. II Dan y Banc farmhouse
    600 m SW of the B4803 at the end of Dan y Banc Road , midway between Pontyates Bridge and Cynheidre.
  11. II* Felinfoel Brewery
    Prominently sited at E side of the A 476 in Felinfoel, Llanelli. Brewery yard to south and to rear. Office building to south.
  12. II* Hoffmann Kiln of Eclipse Brickworks
    W side of the former Llanelli and Mynydd Mawr Railway, 1/2 km SE of Horeb. Site of siding with a passing loop and remains of brickwork loading platform at E. Site of moulding & drying shed and ruin of
  13. II Horeb Baptist Chapel Photos
    1 km east of Five Roads on the B4309
  14. II Loughor Railway Viaduct (partly in Llwchwr community)
    Crossing the lower Loughor Estuary, between Llwchwr and Llanelli.
  15. II Maescanner Baptist Chapel
    75 m west of Dafen Road. Small grassed forecourt, with modern iron railings on a low wall and iron gates. Vestry at rear.
  16. II Milepost at Cynheidre
    150 m north of the crossroads at Cynheidre.
  17. II Milepost at Pontyates
    At the roadside near entrance to a house named Gelli Oer (55 Heol Llanelli)
  18. II Office of Felinfoel Brewery
    At south side of Felinfoel Brewery yard, opposite to the mid-Victorian Brewery.
  19. II Pont Henri
    Carrying the main road of the village over the Gwendraeth Fawr.
  20. II* Stradey Castle
    Entered by private drive from the B4308. House on terraced site with main basement area including external stairs to north-west. Landscaped parkland with woods to north. Terrace retaining-wall to sout
  21. II* The Raby Furnace
    100 m north of Stradey Park Hotel at the east side of a culverted stream in a deep valley beside the B4309.
  22. II Ty'r Heol Farm
    200 m north of Lower Lliedi Reservoir, on the minor road to Cilwnwg. The building stands to the east of the road, with the byre downhill to the south.

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