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Listed Buildings in St. Thomas, Swansea

  1. II Church of Saint Thomas
    Situated in a prominent position in the centre of St. Thomas between Lewis Street and Maes Street.
  2. II Dock at former White Rock Copperworks and quay wall to N
    On the E bank of the Tawe on the W side of the site of the former White Rock Copperworks.
  3. II Former Mount Calvary Baptist Chapel
    Situated just S of Dan-y-graig Cemetery at the junction of Ysgol Street and Dan-y-graig Road.
  4. II Iron bollard on E side of Afon Tawe
    Set back some 3m back from the quay wall on the E side of the Afon tawe approximately 200m N of Tawe Bridge.
  5. II J-Shed Warehouse
    Situated at the W quayside of Prince of Wales Dock on the narrow neck of land between the River Tawe and the dock.
  6. II The Flag Ship Building
    Situated high above the E bank of the River Tawe close to the Prince of Wales Dock.
  7. II War Memorial in Dan-y-graig Cemetery
    Situated just SW of the Anglican chapel in Dan-y-graig Cemetery.

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