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Listed Buildings in Neyland, Pembrokeshire

  1. II Honeyborough Dairy
    On the W side of Honeyborough Road some 250m S of the roundabout on the A477.
  2. II Lime kiln at Church Lake Photos
    Built into the valley side on the W side of Neyland some 400m E of the Church of Saint Tudwal at Llanstadwell.
  3. II Pillar Box near Station House Photos
    On the N side of the junction of Picton Road, High Street and Station Road just E of Station House
  4. II Station House Photos
    Facing Brunel Quay at the junction of Picton Road, High Street and Station Road.
  5. II The War Memorial Photos
    Facing N in the centre of Kensington Road some 25m S of its junction with the High Street.
  6. II Village pump at Great Honeyborough
    On the W side of Honeyborough Road just SE of Honeyborough Dairy.

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