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Listed Buildings in Pontllanfraith, Caerphilly

  1. II Bridge over Sirhowy River at Gelligroes Photos
    Bridge forms part of the S boundary between Pontllanfraith and Ynysddu; adjacent to the mill complex and small hamlet of Gelli-groes; reached by a side road running SE from Newport Road (A4048).
  2. II Cwmbrynar aka Cwmbraenar Cottage Photos
    Approximately 0.75km E of Pontllanfraith and the Sirhowy River. Set back from the main road behind rubble walled and gated forecourt.
  3. II Former Mynyddislwyn Urban District Council Offices Photos
    In the centre of Pontllanfraith, facing the site of the former railway station and dismantled railway; standing on a walled and railed terrace a little above the roadway with steps to right and vehicu
  4. II Garden Wall at Penllwyn
    Surrounds the former Manor, the front section incorporating a gateway.
  5. II* Gelli-groes Mill Photos
    Reached by a side road running SE from Newport Road (A4048); the Mill faces the Sirhowy River and the bridge and is within a grassy enclosure which retains sluices, channelled millrace and tail race,
  6. II Gelli-groes Millhouse and attached Barn Photos
    Reached by a side road running SE. from Newport Road (A4048); the Millhouse faces the minor road bridge over the Sirhowy River.
  7. II Heather Cottage Photos
    In the centre of the small hamlet of Gelli-groes, on a side road leading off the main Newport Road and almost opposite Siloh chapel.
  8. II Monument to Elizabeth Jones at New Bethel Photos
    Close to the W end of the chapel.
  9. II Monument to Margaret Williams at New Bethel Photos
    Near the SW corner of the Chapel.
  10. II Monument to Martha Williams at New Bethel Photos
    On S side of graveyard midway between chapel and original S boundary wall.
  11. II Monument to Rosser Williams at New Bethel Photos
    Close to the E graveyard wall.
  12. II Monument to Thomas Henry Thomas at New Bethel Photos
    On the S side of the chapel, a little N of the James Thomas monument and also by the wall dividing the original cemetery from the later extension.
  13. II Monuments to James Thomas and family at New Bethel Photos
    In New Bethel graveyard, on the S side of the chapel, the figure monument on the boundary wall between the old cemetery and the extension with the tomb chest below.
  14. II New Bethel Chapel Photos
    On the long hill road leading to Mynyddislwyn church, on the rural hillside overlooking the Sirhowy valley.
  15. II Nicholas monument at New Bethel Photos
    Near the N wall of the graveyard.
  16. II Pair of chest tombs at Siloh Presbyterian Church Photos
    Close to the front wall of the chapel in the small graveyard fronting the road.
  17. II* Penllwyn, former manor house now Penllwyn Arms public house
    On the hillside W of the town centre, in an open space but surrounded by Penllwyn estate development.
  18. II Shangri-la Photos
    Towards W of the community, on a corner site with Hill Road, set in a sloping garden.
  19. II Siloh Presbyterian Church Photos
    In the small hamlet of Gelli-groes, on a side street N of the main Newport Road, set back from the road within a small walled graveyard with houses close on each side.
  20. II Stable range at Tyle-gwyn
    To the rear of Tyle-gwyn, built into the hillside.
  21. II Tyle-gwyn
    Very near the SW boundary of the community, S of Gelli-groes and above the hamlet of Wyllie; on the hillside reached by a long track.
  22. II Wall, railings and gates at New Bethel Chapel graveyard Photos
    Wall completely surrounds the original graveyard and extends uphill along the lane fronting the graveyard extension, ending in a recess with double gates.
  23. II War Memorial Photos
    Sited in a small terraced enclosure in open ground in front of Caerphilly Borough Council Offices.

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