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Listed Buildings in Rhosllanerchrugog, Wrexham

  1. II Bethlehem Independent Chapel
    Prominently sited, close to the junction of Hall Street with Mountain Street, at the NW end of the settlement.
  2. II Capel Mawr (Jerusalem Welsh Presbyterian Chapel) with attached school room
    Close to the junction of Brook Street and Market Street, in the centre of the village.
  3. II Church of Saint John Evangelist
    In a wooded churchyard in the angle of Church Road and Cemetery Road.
  4. II Eddystone House
    At the summit of a short rise from the main A48 on the N side of Johnstown, close to Offa's Dyke.
  5. II Llannerchrugog Hall
    O.75km NW of the built-up area of the village, set back amongst fields.
  6. II* Miners' Institute
    An imposing public building above street level, up steps in a railed forecourt.
  7. II Penuel Baptist Chapel
    Prominently sited in the angle of High Street and Campbell Street.
  8. II War Memorial
    Set in a small park on a mound above the level of the road, immediately W of the junction with Gardden Road.
  9. II War Memorial
    On a refuge at the junction of High Street and Maelor Road, at the main junction in the centre of Johnstown.

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