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Listed Buildings in Pyle, Bridgend

  1. II Accommodation Bridge over the former Duffryn Llynvi and Porthcawl Railway
    The bridge now spans the walk formed along the track of the railway on the W side of the Woodlands Park estate, carrying a farm track. It lies approximately 100m S of the S corner of the estate.
  2. II Bridge near Llanmihangel Mill
    The bridge carries a track over the Afon Cynffig to the SE of Llanmihangel Mill Farm.
  3. I Church of St James, Pyle with Kenfig
    The parish church of St James, Pyle, stands in its own churchyard N of the village centre, on the road to Margam.
  4. II Churchyard Cross in St James' churchyard, Pyle
    The church of St James is at the N end of the village of Pyle. The churchyard cross is set approximately 9m S of the S porch.
  5. II Group of 4 chest tomb in churchyard of St James, Pyle
    The church of St James stands at the N end of Pyle. The group is set against the entrance path from the road to the S porch, approximately 6m S of the nave. The character of the churchyard is notable
  6. II Kenfig Hill War Memorial
    The memorial stands as a traffic island at the junction of Princes Road and Commercial Road, known as 'top cross', at the centre of Kenfig Hill.
  7. II Marlas Road Overbridge
    On Marlas Road near to its junction with Kenfig Road
  8. II Mile marker on A48, Pyle to Margam Road
    Set at the back of the pavement, 160m S of the railway overbridge.
  9. II Mill Bridge Underbridge
    Over the Afon Cynffig, down river from Llanmihangel Mill Farm. (Partly in the Cynffig Community, Bridgend).
  10. II Morgan monument in St James' churchyard, Pyle
    The church of St James lies at the N end of the village of Pyle. The Thomas monument stands in the churchyard, approximately 7m SW of the W tower. The character of the churchyard is notable for its t
  11. II Pyle Road Overbridge
    On the A48 on the approach into Pyle from the south.
  12. II Rees Williams monument in the churchyard, St James church.
    The monument is set besides the path, approximately half way between the entrance gate to the churchyard, and the S porch. The character of the churchyard is notable for its tombs.
  13. II The Talbot Institute
    The building is set in a terrace of C19 buildings, approximately 100m from the junction of Princes Road with Commercial Road.
  14. II Two chest tombs in the churchyard, St James Church
    The pair of tombs are set in a row, approximately 5m SW of the S porch. The character of the churchyard is notable for its fine tombs.
  15. II Two chest tombs set against the E churchyard wall, Church of St James.
    The two tombs are set in a row immediately within the entrance gate and on the S side of the path to the S porch. The character of the churchyard is notable for its tombs.

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