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Listed Buildings in Port Talbot, Neath Port Talbot

  1. II Aberavon Bridge (partly in Aberavon community)
    The bridge crosses the River Afan and serves as the physical link between the shopping centres of Aberavon and Port Talbot, the former a development of the 1990s. The roadway is now pedestrianised.
  2. II Afan Masonic Temple Photos
    The temple fronts Forge Road; Tabernacle chapel adjoins on right.
  3. II Bandstand
    Located along the main avenue beyond the war memorial.
  4. II Bethany Chapel
    In a prominent position in the centre of Port Talbot. The square is at the junction of Station Road and Forge Road.
  5. II* Church of St Theodore
    Set within a rectangular walled churchyard, with memorial park to the R and vicarage and mission room to the L.
  6. II Dyffryn Chapel
    Located at the S end of Ffrwdwyllt Cottages on the W side of the entrance road to the steelworks.
  7. II Fountain in Honour of John Hopkin Davies
    Located to the E of the main avenue and behind the war memorial.
  8. II Gateway to Talbot Memorial Park
    Fronting Talbot Road and with flanking lodges.
  9. II Grove Place Chapel
    Set behind a low snecked stone boundary wall, cut away to the N, with large square gate piers and cast iron gates with scrollwork.
  10. II Holy Cross Church Photos
    Located in a large triangular graveyard bounded to the S by the M4.
  11. II Lodge 1, Talbot Memorial Park
    One of two matching lodges which are mirror images of each other. Adjoining the W end of the gateway to the park.
  12. II Lodge 2, Talbot Memorial Park
    One of two matching lodges which are mirror images of each other. Adjoining the E end of the gateway to the park.
  13. II Plaza Cinema Photos
    On the corner with Eagle Street; to NE of Parkway Station.
  14. II Tabernacle Chapel
    A narrow forecourt in front of the chapel faces the road and is bounded by stone gate piers and iron gates and railings.
  15. II Velindre Bridge
    Located at the SW corner of the settlement of Velindre and now carrying a path which runs parallel with Cwmavon Road.
  16. II* War Memorial
    The focal point of the memorial park, in the centre of the main avenue.

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