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Listed Buildings in Old Colwyn, Conwy

  1. II ,1,Llawr Pentre,Old Colwyn,,CLWYD,
    Alongside the stream to the S of and below Abergele Road.
  2. II ,3,Llawr Pentre,Old Colwyn,,CLWYD,
    Alongside the stream to the S of and below Abergele Road.
  3. II ,411,Abergele Road,Old Colwyn,,CLWYD,
    In the block between Cefn Road and Princess Street.
  4. II ,413,Abergele Road,Old Colwyn,,CLWYD,
    In the block between Cefn Road and Princess Street.
  5. II ,415,Abergele Road,Old Colwyn,,CLWYD,
    In the block between Cefn Road and Princess Street.
  6. II ,432,Abergele Road,Old Colwyn,,CLWYD,
    Set back above the road near the junction with cambria road.
  7. II Celynog
    Set back from the road on the outskirts of Old Colwyn.
  8. II* Church of Saint John Photos
    On the corner of Station Road and Cliff Road.
  9. II Church of St Catherine Photos
    On the corner with Church Walks.
  10. II Entrance Gate to Saint John's Churchyard
    At the main entrance to the churchyard on Station Road.
  11. II Hillside
    Towards the junction with Hesketh Road.
  12. II Midland Bank
    On the corner of Cefn Road.
  13. II Nos 399 & 401 Abergele Road
    In the block between Cefn Road and Princess Street.
  14. II Nos 403 & 405 Abergele Road
    In the block between Cefn Road and Princess Street.
  15. II Nos 407 & 409 Abergele Road
    In the block between Cefn Road and Princess Street.
  16. II Nos 417, 419, 421, 423 & 425 Abergele Road and No 1 Princess Road
    In the block between Cefn Road and Princess Road.
  17. II Outbuildings adjoining Celynog
    Set back from the road on the outskirts of Old Colwyn.
  18. II Peulwys
    On the corner with Peulwys Road.
  19. II St John's Church House
    Behind the church of Saint John.
  20. II The Tower in Tan-y-Coed Gardens
    Sitiuated on a grassy mound in the municipal gardens between cliff road and the stream adjoining Beach Road. Also known as Tan-Y-Coed Folly.
  21. II Western Portal of Penmaen Rhos Railway Tunnel
    At the western mouth of the railway tunnel.

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