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Listed Buildings in Neath, Neath Port Talbot

  1. II Adrian Hicks & Son
    On the street line midway along the street.
  2. II Bandstand
    Neath
  3. II Barclay's Bank
    On the street line midway along the parade.
  4. II Bethania Baptist Chapel
    Behind a railed forecourt opposite the junction with Creswell Road.
  5. II Constitutional Club
    Set back from the street line next to St David’s Church.
  6. II D S Morgan
    On the street line adjoining Marks and Spencers store.
  7. II E.Griffiths, Family Grocer
    On the street line nearly opposite the subway to Maes-y-Haf Road.
  8. II Former Gate & Lodges to Gnoll House
    At the end of Gnoll Avenue at former entrance to Gnoll Park.
  9. II Former Swing Bridge across River Neath, immediately E.of Dynevor Junction
    Carrying the Cardiff to Swansea railway line over the River Neath below Pentreffynon
  10. II Friends Meeting House
    Situated to the N of the Castle gatehouse at right angles to the road; graveyard to the left.
  11. II Gatepiers to St Illtyd's Church
    At the side of the road opposite the Llantwit Cemetery on the outskirts of the town.
  12. II Gates, Gatepiers & Churchyard Wall of St Thomas' Church
    Forming the inner boundary of the lane around Church Place. The gatepiers being on the NW side and SW corner of the churchyard.
  13. II General Market
    On the street line opposite the junction with Queen Street, with access also from Charlesville Place and the Parade.
  14. II Great Western Chambers
    On the street line at the confluence of Croft Road and Angel Street with Bridge Street.
  15. II Gwyn Hall
    Prominent building set back from the road midway along the street.
  16. II Hugh Vaughan & Co Ltd
    Promomently situated on the corner of Myrtle Road with Cilma Road.
  17. II Llewellyn Almshouses, including Boundary Walls
    Prominently situated in own grounds at the junction of Leonard Street with Gnoll Park Road.
  18. II Llewellyn Almshouses, including Boundary Walls
    Prominently situated in own grounds at the junction of Leonard Street with Gnoll Park Road.
  19. II Llewellyn Almshouses, including Boundary Walls
    Prominently situated in own grounds at the junction of Leonard Street with Gnoll Park Road.
  20. II Llewellyn Almshouses, including Boundary Walls
    Prominently situated in own grounds at the junction of Leonard Street with Gnoll Park Road.
  21. II Llewellyn Almshouses, including Boundary Walls
    Prominently situated in own grounds at the junction of Leonard Street with Gnoll Park Road.
  22. II Llewellyn Almshouses, including Boundary Walls
    Prominently situated in own grounds at the junction of Leonard Street with Gnoll Park Road.
  23. II Llewellyn Almshouses, including Boundary Walls
    Prominently situated in own grounds at the junction of Leonard Street with Gnoll Park Road.
  24. II Llewellyn Almshouses, including Boundary Walls
    Prominently situated in own grounds at the junction of Leonard Street with Gnoll Park Road.
  25. II Lloyd's Bank
    On the street line opposite the Railway Station.
  26. II Masonic Temple
    On the street line midway along.
  27. II Mechanics Institute
    On the street line opposite the old church gateway.
  28. II Midland Bank
    On the street line opposite the Railway Station.
  29. II Milepost
    Re-sited by the Esso Service Station at the side of the road.
  30. II Moose Hall
    On the street-line adjoining the castle opposite the junction with Old Market Street.
  31. II National Westminster Bank Photos
    On the street line where Green Street and Summerfield Place meet Windsor Road.
  32. II* Neath Castle
    Situated between the Hall and Castle Street at the northern end of the Old Town.
  33. II Neath Library
    On the S side of Victoria Gardens towards the western end of the street of that name.
  34. II Neath River Bridge (partly in Blaenhonddan community)
    Spanning the River Neath and adjoining the road bridge over the Tennant Canal. Reached from Bridge St, Neath on the E side and from a modern footbridge on the W side, beginning beside the A474 and cr
  35. II No.1 Old Market Street,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    On the street line near the corner with Wind Street.
  36. II No.15 Old Market Street,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    On the street line near the junction with Wind Street.
  37. II No.16 Old Market Street,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    On the street line near the junction with Wind Street.
  38. II No.2 Old Market Street,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    On the street line near the junction with Wind Street.
  39. II No.23 Green Street,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    On the Street line at the corner with Queen Street.
  40. II No.24 Church Street,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    On the street line opposite the junction with High Street.
  41. II No.3 Old Market Street,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    On the street line near the junction with Wind Street.
  42. II No.52 Windsor Road,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    On the street line 40 yards S of the junction with Charles Street.
  43. II No.6 New Street,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    On the street line at the corner with Church Place and backing on to St Thomas’ churchyard.
  44. II No.6 Old Market Street,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    On the street line adjoining the Duke of Wellington Public House.
  45. II No.7 New Street,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    On the street line at the corner with Church Place and backing on to St Thomas’ churchyard.
  46. II No.7 Old Market Street,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    On the street line adjoining the Duke of Wellington Public House.
  47. II No.7a Old Market Street,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    On the street line adjoining the Duke of Wellington Public House.
  48. II No.8 Wind Street,,,,,west Glamorgan,
    On the street line opposite the entry to Church Place.
  49. II Old Post Office Building
    On the street line opposite the junction with Alfred Street and adjoining the present Post Office.
  50. II* Old Town Church of St Thomas
    Located in a spacious churchyard within Church Place.
  51. II Old Town Hall
    Situated prominently on the corner of New Street with Castle Street with its entrance onto Church Place.
  52. II* Parish Church of At Illtyd
    In an irregular churchyard between Llantwit Road and the Neath Canal by Llantwit Cemetery.
  53. II* Parish Church of St David
    Prominently situated near Victoria Gardens Park by the junction of St David’s Street with Orchard Street.
  54. II Pedestal & Bronze Statue of Howell Gwyn
    In the NW corner of Victoria Gardens Park off St David’s Street.
  55. II Pillar Box
    On the corner of Gnoll Avenue leading off Victoria Gardens.
  56. II Pillar Box
    On the corner of Greenway Road with London Road.
  57. II Railway bridge near Crythan Farm (partly in Neath Community)
    Located just south of Crythan Farm on an unclassified road from Cimla to Brynbryddan and Baglan.
  58. II Soar Maes-yr-haf Congregational Chapel and forecourt railings
    Behind a raised railed forecourt at the end of Maes-yr-Haf Road alongside the railway.
  59. II* St Catherine's Church
    Prominently situated on the corner of School Road with Old Road.
  60. II Subway Under Railway
    At the end of the road below Maes-yr-Haf Chapel and linking it with Commercial Street.
  61. II The St Ives Public House
    On the street line opposite the junction with High Street.
  62. II War Memorial Gates
    At the end of the roadway forming an entrance to the Gnoll Grounds.

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