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Listed Buildings in Morriston, Swansea

  1. I Capel Tabernacle Photos
    On NE corner of Woodfield Street and Crown Street; on prominent sloping site, visible from large area to E of community. Set in yard with low stone wall with iron railings and gates.
  2. II Church of St John Photos
    On island at crossroads of Woodfield Street and Morfydd Street.
  3. II Danbert House (former Employment Exchange) Photos
    On NE corner of Morfydd Street and Market Street.
  4. II Former Police Station Photos
    On SE corner of Martin Street and Banwell Street.
  5. II House Photos
    On SE corner of Martin Street and Banwell Street.
  6. II Morfydd Street Bridges and Boundary Wall to Davies Street Photos
    Situated at the lower end of Morfydd Street, where it crosses the line of the Swansea Canal, now marked by a footpath in an area of landscaped park.
  7. II Philadelphia Chapel inc. attached Chaple House and attached Sunday School Photos
    Near corner with Morris Street, parallel to Globe Street, in railed forecourt.
  8. II Seion Chapel Photos
    Morriston
  9. II War Memorial in Morriston Park Photos
    Fifty metres NW of lodge at entrance of park near junction of Vicarage Road and Pleasant Street.
  10. II Wernfadog Photos
    In own grounds to NW of Monmouth Place.

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