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Listed Buildings in Pontardawe, Neath Port Talbot

  1. II Alltycham House
    Pontardawe
  2. II Church of Saint Ciwg
    Situated in a rural location on the hillside some 1.5km N of the centre of Pontradawe.
  3. II* Church of Saint Peter
    Situated on the S side of the High Street in a prominent position.
  4. II Circular pigsty at Pen-yr-esgym
    Situated in remote location at the site of the former Pen-yr-esgym Farm some 6km NW of the centre of Pontardawe.
  5. II Former National Schools
    On the NW side of Brecon Road some 300m NE of the Church of Saint Peter.
  6. II Former Ynysderw tin-plate works
    Situated on the SW side of Pontardawe on the NW side of Ynysderw Road.
  7. II Gate and gatepiers to Church of St Ciwg
    Situated on the S side of the churchyard of the Church of Saint Ciwg.
  8. II Gatepiers and gates to Church of Saint Peter
    On the NE side of the churchyard leading to the High Street.
  9. II Graveslab and railings to William Parsons, churchyard of Church of Saint Peter
    Situated just below the E window of the Church of Saint Peter.
  10. II Nant Du Aqueduct on Swansea Canal
    Situated approximately 60m SE of the Cwm Du bridge carrying the A4067 over the canal.
  11. II Pont ar Dawe
    Spanning the Afon Tawe between the communities of Cilybebyll and Pontardawe
  12. II Saron Old Chapel
    Situated in Rhyd-y-fro on the E side of the A474 next to former manse and some 100m S of the new Saron chapel.
  13. II Tabernacle Congregational Chapel, including forecourt gates and wall, and attached vestries.
    About 400m NE of centre of Pontardawe
  14. II The Old Tollhouse
    Situated on the NW side of Swansea Road some 750m SW of the centre of Pontardawe.
  15. II The War Memorial
    Prominently sited at the junction of Herbert Street and Holly Street in the centre of Pontardawe.
  16. II Trebannws Multi-Overflow & Outlet Sluice from the Swansea Canal
    Situated in Trebannws on the NE side of Craig-y-duke between the Swansea and the Afon Tawe
  17. II Upper Clydach Aqueduct and Overflow on Swansea Canal
    Pontardawe
  18. II Ynysmeudwy Ganol Overbridge on Swansea Canal Photos
    Situated on the Swansea Canal between the Ynysmeudwy Uchaf and Ynysmeuwy Isaf overbridges some 1.4km NE of the centre of Pontardawe.
  19. II Ynysmeudwy Isaf Overbridge on Swansea Canal
    Situated on the Swansea Canal some 80m S of Ynysmeudwy Isaf.
  20. II Ynysmeudwy Uchaf Overbridge on Swansea Canal Photos
    Situated approximately 60m SE of the Cwm Du bridge carrying the A4067 over the canal.

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