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Listed Buildings in Rhymney, Caerphilly

  1. II 1-4 Susannah Houses (consec)
    At the NE edge of the town, just beyond the housing estate, on a lane leading to Brynoer Patch.
  2. II Boundary Wall and Railings at St David's Churchyard
    Wall completely surrounds the large rectangular churchyard.
  3. II* Church of St David
    On the main thoroughfare a little N of the town centre, surrounded by an extensive walled churchyard sloping to S and W.
  4. II Church of St Tyfaelog
    Situated in a grassy churchyard which slopes down to E, set back from the main thoroughfare; surrounding wall is of stone with gate-pier entrances and walled steps down at W and SW.
  5. II Ebenezer Calvinistic Methodist Chapel including vestry
    Located in small graveyard opposite a terrace of houses.
  6. II Former Pay Office Noddfa Buildings
    Near the Rhymney River and Railway and the entrance to the site of the former Rhymney Ironworks
  7. II House and attached garden wall
    The Terrace runs parallel with the Rhymney River along its E bank: this building is at the S end of the listed group, attached at right angles to the terrace range.
  8. II No.2 The Terrace and attached garden wall with gate piers
    The Terrace runs parallel with Rhymney River along its E bank: this terrace forms the centre of the listed group.
  9. II No.3 The Terrace and attached garden wall with gate piers
    The Terrace runs parallel with Rhymney River along its E bank: this terrace forms the centre of the listed group.
  10. II No.4 The Terrace and attached garden wall with gate piers
    The Terrace runs parallel with Rhymney River along its E bank: this terrace forms the centre of the listed group.
  11. II No.5 The Terrace and attached garden wall with gate piers
    The Terrace runs parallel with Rhymney River along its E bank: this terrace forms the centre of the listed group.
  12. II No.6 The Terrace and attached garden wall with gate piers
    The Terrace runs parallel with Rhymney River along its E bank: this terrace forms the centre of the listed group.
  13. II No.7 The Terrace and attached garden wall with gate piers
    The Terrace runs parallel with Rhymney River along its E bank: this terrace forms the centre of the listed group.
  14. II No.8 The Terrace and attached garden wall with gate piers Photos
    The Terrace runs parallel with Rhymney River along its E bank: this terrace forms the centre of the listed group.
  15. II Nos 1 and 2 The Lawn
    On sloping ground between the main thoroughfare, High Street, and Rhymney River and Railway, backing onto the hillside road and overlooking an open area known as The Lawn.
  16. II Nos 1-13 (consec) Middle Row & attached Windsor Arms PH Photos
    Bute Town is situated SW of Rhymney Bridge, W of Llechryd and off the A469, reached by a short drive; Middle Row is the middle of the 3 terraces.
  17. II Nos 1-14 (consec) Collins Row Photos
    Bute Town is situated SW of Rhymney Bridge, W of Llechryd and just E of the A469, reached by a short drive; Collins Row is the N terrace.
  18. II Nos 14-28 (consec) Lower Row Photos
    Bute Town is situated SW of Rhymney Bridge, W of Llechryd and off the A 469, reached by a short drive; Lower Row is the southernmost of the 3 terraces.
  19. II Old Furnace Farmhouse
    Located at the top of a short track from the B4257 south of Rhymney Bridge.
  20. II* Penuel Baptist Church
    Located some 100m W of Post Office, on NW side of street, set in grassed yard with iron railings.
  21. II Railway Viaduct
    Located parallel to A469 in the centre of the village, the former historic core.
  22. II Rhymney House Hotel
    On the main thoroughfare N of Rhymney town, SE of Rhymney Bridge and due E of Bute Town, set slightly above the road in a terraced garden.
  23. II St David's (Masonic Hall) and attached NE and SW garden walls
    The Terrace runs parallel with Rhymney River along its E bank; this building is at the N end of the listed group.
  24. II The Vicarage
    Set on the sloping ground of The Lawn, just off the High Street and close to the village centre.
  25. II War Memorial Photos
    In the centre of Rhymney village, facing along the main thoroughfare, in a modern railed enclosure.
  26. II Ysgol Lawnt
    Situated near the bottom of the sloping road leading from the High Street to Rhymney River and Railway.

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