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Listed Buildings in Mountain Ash, Rhondda, Cynon, Taff

  1. II Aberdare Hotel Photos
    Prominently situated to left of the Town Hall, N of the road bridge over River Cynon, immediately below A4059, New Road.
  2. II Bethania Independent Chapel Photos
    On the corner of Phillip Street and Jeffrey Street some 150m north of the parish church of St Mary.
  3. II Church of St Margaret Photos
    At S end of Dyffryn Road set back from junction with New Road (A4059); Campell Terrace to rear.
  4. II* Elim Pentecostal Church
    Situated in a terrace in Knight Street, some 30 m uphill from its junction with the A4059.
  5. II Mountain Ash Town Hall Photos
    In a prominent position now on a traffic island, facing the railway and river bridge leading into the town centre and backing onto New Road.
  6. II Mountain Ash Workman's Club and Institute
    In the town centre on the main street, on a corner site with the road leading to the railway station.
  7. II War Memorial
    On the E hillside of Afon Cynon on a triangular levelled terrace of grass and surrounding woodland, by a cross-roads at former entrance to Dyffryn and close to the General Hospital.

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