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Listed Buildings in Llanelly, Monmouthshire

  1. II ,6,Forge Row,Maesygwartha,,,
    Situated on S side of no-through road between Saleyard and the A465. Approximately 1.5 km SW of Maesygwartha. No. 6 forms one of a pair with No. 7.
  2. II ,7,Forge Row,Maesygwartha,,,
    Situated on S side of no-through road between Saleyard and the A465. Approximately 1.5 km SW of Maesygwartha. No. 7 forms one of a pair with No. 6.
  3. II Auckland House
    Located on the w side of Gilwern Village at end of short driveway off Church Road, immediately w of canal.
  4. II Barn and Cowhouse Range at Ty-uchaf
    Ty-uchaf is located some 0.5 km NW of Llanelly Church. Reached at end of short lane leading past Pen-y-wern, off by-road. House occupies N side of sloping farmyard, with barn range to S across pitch
  5. II Barn Range at Beiliau Farm including forecourt walls
    Beiliau is located on the N side of the by-road leading from Upper Common to the Abergavenny Road. House set at far end of farmyard, facing road, with barn at right angles to W. Large walled forecourt
  6. II Beiliau Farmhouse including forecourt walls
    Located on the N side of the by-road leading from Upper Common to the Abergavenny Road. House set at far end of farmyard, facing road.
  7. II Bethlehem Baptist Chapel including Vestry and Front Boundary Walls
    Maesygwartha is a scattered settlement, located some 1km S of Llanelly Church. Chapel stands on N side of by-road leading to Gilwern, within small sloping cemetery.
  8. II Bridge 101 over the Brecknock & Abergavenny Canal
    Isolated location, approximately 1 km south-east of Gilwern.
  9. II Bridge 102 over the Brecknock & Abergavenny Canal
    Situated immediately north of the A465 Heads of the Valleys Road, approximately 0.75 km south-east of Gilwern.
  10. II Bridge 105 over the Brecknock & Abergavenny Canal including Iron Sign
    Isolated location, approximately 0.5 km north-west of Gilwern.
  11. II Bridge 106 over the Brecknock & Abergavenny Canal including Iron Sign
    Isolated location, some 1 km north-west of Gilwern.
  12. II Bridge 107 over the Brecknock & Abergavenny Canal including Iron Sign
    Isolated location, situated W of Danygraig.
  13. II Bridge at Dan-y-bont Mill
    Bridge is located on sharp bend over River Clydach carrying by-road, on S side of Gilwern village.
  14. II* Clydach House
    Situated on sharp bend of by-road between Maesygwartha and the A465, opposite the garage at Saleyard. Approximately 1.5 km SW of Maesygwartha.
  15. II Clydach Wesleyan Chapel including Sunday School and railed forecourt
    Located in centre of small roadside village, on S side of road, above A465 (Heads of the Valleys Road).
  16. II Danygraig
    Located on the west side of the A4077 road leading from Gilwern to Crickhowell. 1 km north-west of Gilwern.
  17. II Devil’s Bridge
    Located some 250m N of Gellyfelen, carrying public footpath over steep ravine of Clydach river.
  18. II* Embankment & Aqueduct of Brecknock & Abergavenny Canal inc. N Revetment Walls and SW Overflow Bridge
    Situated to south-west of village in across deep ravine of river Clydach.
  19. II Former Weighbridge House at Auckland House
    Auckland House is located on the w side of Gilwern Village at end of short driveway off Church Road, immediately w of canal. Former weighbridge house located immediately to left of entrance gates.
  20. II Gellifelen Tramroad Bridge
    Bridges carries public road between Darrenfelen and Gellifelen over very sharp bend above steep river ravine. Approximately 1 km S of Darrenfelen.
  21. II Group of Six Memorials in centre of old Churchyard at Llanelly Church
    Group of six tombs loosely grouped to centre of churchyard, on south side of church.
  22. II Limekilns at Auckland House
    Auckland House is located on the w side of Gilwern Village at end of short driveway off Church Road, immediately w of canal. Limekilns are located within grounds of house to the N, alongside canal.
  23. II Limekilns at Blackrock Limeworks, including Loading-ramp Photos
    Prominently located alongside lay-by on the N side of the main road between the settlements of Blackrock and Cheltenham.
  24. II Limekilns at Clydach Limeworks
    Clydach Limeworks (disused) are located some 250 metres SE of Clydach village. Limekilns stand on W side of quarry, prominently sited approximately 20m E of the Nant Dyar Viaduct.
  25. II Limekilns at Llanelly Limeworks
    Former quarry located approximately 1 km NE of Darrenfelen, alongside by-road between Clydach and Darrenfelen. Quarry is entered via tunnels underneath small railway viaduct, and kiln is located on th
  26. II Memorial to Alfred and Jessy Crawshay in S Cemetery of Llanelly Parish Church
    Located in the southernmost of the three separate churchyards, on the S side of the by-road. Memorial lies approximately 10 metres W of NE gates, near the roadside boundary.
  27. II Milestone at Pont-gam
    Situated on S side of by-road between Brynmawr and Blackrock. Approximately 2 km W of Blackrock.
  28. II Nant Dyar Railway Viaduct Photos
    Located some I km SW of Clydach village. Viaduct carries public footpath leading from Clydach - Waunllapria by-road, past former railway station.
  29. II Neuadd Farmhouse
    Neuadd is located some 0.5 km S of Llanelly Church, the farmhouse situated on the E side of the byroad leading to Maesygwartha.
  30. II Oak House
    Located on the E side of Cheltenham village, at junction with Rhonos Road.
  31. II Outside Kitchen at Ty-uchaf
    Ty-uchaf is located some 0.5 km NW of Llanelly Church. Reached at end of short lane leading past Pen-y-wern, off by-road. House occupies N side of sloping farmyard, with outside kitchen some 5 metre
  32. II Pair of Memorials to Williams and Jenkins Families W of Churchyard at Llanelly Church
    Pair of tombs located immediately W of Churchyard Cross.
  33. II Pantglas Bridge
    Bridge is located over River Clydach carrying no-through road to remains of Clydach Ironworks, and Ynys-y-garth.
  34. II Pantybeiliau
    Located off S side of by-road between Gilwern and Llanelly Church, approached by short driveway.
  35. II* Parish Church of St. Elli
    Prominent location on sloping ground: spire visible from afar. Church is set in large churchyard, surrounded on all sides by minor roads. Two further large churchyards to the S.
  36. II Preaching Cross at Parish Church of St. Elli
    The Preaching Cross is located some 10 metres south of church porch, within fork of paths, built into sloping ground.
  37. II Railed Memorial to Protheroe family near W Gate of old Churchyard at Llanelly Church
    Memorial is situated near W gate to churchyard, on right-hand side of lawned path.
  38. II Railroad Bridge at Maesygwartha
    Bridge located on sharp bend of by-road between Maesygwartha Chapel and A465 Heads of the Valleys Road. Approximately 2.5 km SW of Maes-y-gwartha.
  39. II Revetment of former Merthyr, Tredegar and Abergavenny Railway at Darrenfelen
    Located W of Darrenfelen on steep side of the Clydach Gorge, below Darrenfelen - Clydach by-road. Prominently visible from Heads of the Valleys Road (A465).
  40. II Rock Cottage
    Located on the E side of minor road leading from Dan-y-bont to Crickhowell Road, with gable end abutting road.
  41. II* Smart’s Bridge
    Bridge is located over River Clydach forming entry to remains of Clydach Ironworks, reached off S side of road leading to Ynys-y-garth.
  42. II Stable, Carthouse and Cowhouse range at Beiliau Farm
    Beiliau is located on the N side of the by-road leading from Upper Common to the Abergavenny Road. House set at far end of farmyard, facing road, with stable range at right angles to E.
  43. II Stables and Coach House at Danygraig
    House located on the west side of the A4077 road leading from Gilwern to Crickhowell. 1 km north-west of Gilwern. Stables and coach house located immediately north-west of house.
  44. II Telephone Call-box at lay-by adjoining churchyard in centre of village
    Set to rear of lay-by and backing on to churchyard wall.
  45. II Telephone Call-box at Parish Church of St. Elli (Tel no. 01893 830339)
    Situated to W of Cemetry Wall.
  46. II Three Arch Viaduct of former Merthyr, Tredegar and Abergavenny Railway
    Located some 0.5km SW of Clydach village, over steep gorge off SE side of Darrenfelen-Clydach by-road.
  47. II Tramroad Bridge near Forge House
    Bridges carries no-through road from Saleyard to A465 over Clydach river. Situated immediately SE of Forge House. Approximately 1 km SW of Maesygwartha.
  48. II Tramroad Bridge near junction of A465 and Station Road
    Bridge located within fork between Station Road and A465 Heads of the Valleys Road. Bridge now disused, due to road improvements. Approximately 2 km NE of Clydach.
  49. II Tramroad Bridge over Sychnant River
    Bridge carries public footpath over river Sychnant, which follows line of tramroad incline between Dan-y-coed and the former quarries at Darrenfelen. Approximately 2 km SW of Clydach.
  50. II* Ty-uchaf Farmhouse including yard wall and stile between house and barn range
    Located some 0.5 km NW of Llanelly Church. Reached at end of short lane leading past Pen-y-wern, off by-road. House occupies N side of sloping farmyard.
  51. II Williams Memorial in SW corner of old Churchyard at Llanelly Church
    Memorial is situated towards SW corner of churchyard, on W side of lawned path.

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