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Listed Buildings in Llanwddyn, Powys

  1. II Bryn Derwen with Railings to Garden
    To the south side of the village street about 250 m from the south east end of the Vyrnwy Dam.
  2. II Bryn Vyrnwy
    At north side of the village street about 400 m from the south west end of the Vyrnwy Dam.
  3. II Cwm-yr-hafod Bridge
    On the south lakeside road 4.8 km from the Vyrnwy Dam.
  4. II Hearse house at St Wddyn's Churchyard
    At the south end of the Cemetery beside St Wddyn's Parish Church, about 400 m east of lake Vyrnwy Dam.
  5. II Lake Cottage with Railings to Garden
    To the south side of the village street about 250 m from the south east end of the Vyrnwy Dam.
  6. I Lake Vyrnwy Dam Photos
    In the Vyrnwy Valley, at the south-east end of this magnificent reservoir.
  7. II Lake Vyrnwy Dam Memorials
    Set into a partially artificial rockface at the north-east end of the Vyrnwy Dam, overlooking the dam road.
  8. I Lake Vyrnwy Straining Tower and approach bridge Photos
    On the north-east side of Lake Vrynwy visible from the dam; approached by a gated bridge from the lake-side road.
  9. II Llanwddyn War Memorial
    To the north side of the road from Abertridwr to Lake Vyrnwy, near the side road to St Wddyn's church.
  10. II Memorial Obelisk to Lake Vyrnwy Workers Photos
    At the high point of wooded ground to the south of the Vyrnwy Hotel, and about 200 m north-east of the Vyrnwy Dam.
  11. II New Bridge
    On the south lakeside road 9.0 km from the Vyrnwy Dam.
  12. II No. 1 Glyndu, Llanwddyn
    To the south side of the village road about 300 m from the south-east end of the Vyrnwy Dam.
  13. II No. 2 Glyndu, Llanwddyn
    To the south side of the village road about 300 m from the south-east end of the Vyrnwy Dam.
  14. II No. 3 Glanrafon, Llanwddyn
    In the valley 300 m south-east of the Vyrnwy Dam
  15. II No. 3 Glyndu, Llanwddyn
    To the south side of the village road about 300 m from the south-east end of the Vyrnwy Dam.
  16. II No. 4 Glanrafon, Llanwddyn
    In the valley 300 m south-east of the Vyrnwy Dam.
  17. II No. 4 Glyndu, Llanwddyn
    To the south side of the village road about 300 m from the south-east end of the Vyrnwy Dam.
  18. II No. 5 Glanrafon, Llanwddyn
    In the valley 300 m south-east of the Vyrnwy Dam.
  19. II No. 5 Glyndu, Llanwddyn
    To the south side of the village road about 300 m from the south-east end of the Vyrnwy Dam.
  20. II No. 6 Glanrafon, Llanwddyn
    In the valley 300 m south-east of the Vyrnwy Dam.
  21. II No. 6 Glyndu, Llanwddyn
    To the south side of the village road about 300 m from the south-east end of the Vyrnwy Dam.
  22. II* Parish Church of St Wddyn Photos
    300 m east of the Vyrnwy Dam, in a grassed churchyard in which there are apparently no burials; iron railings and gates.
  23. II Pistyll y Ceunant Bridge
    On the south lakeside road 2.7 km from the Vyrnwy Dam.
  24. II Pont Cynon
    On the north lakeside road 0.6 km from the Vyrnwy Dam.
  25. II Pont Eunant
    On the south lakeside road 6.9 km from the Vyrnwy Dam.
  26. II Pont Rhiwargor
    Over Afon Nadroedd on the road to Bala, 200 m from the Lake Vyrnwy perimeter road.
  27. II Pont Ty-uchaf
    On the north lakeside road 3.0 km from the Vyrnwy Dam.
  28. II Telephone Call-box near Bryn Vyrnwy
    At the north side of the village street about 50 m west of Bryn Vyrnwy.
  29. II Water Gauge House on Weir below Lake Vyrnwy Dam
    On the south bank of the River Vyrnwy about 200 m below the dam, beside a public path.
  30. II Workshops attached to nos. 3-6, Glanrafon, Llanwddyn
    In the valley 300 m south-east of the Vyrnwy Dam.
  31. II Ysgol Efyrnwy
    In the centre of the village of Abertridwr.

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