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Grade I Listed Buildings in Swansea

  1. I Capel Tabernacle
    On NE corner of Woodfield Street and Crown Street; on prominent sloping site, visible from large area to E of community. Set in yard with low stone wall with iron railings and gates.
  2. I Church of St Cadoc Photos
    In the hamlet of Cheriton, east of Llanmadoc. Stone churchyard wall on three sides, with iron railing, gate, and lamp arch to east. Concrete path to church door. The grave stone (renewed) of Rev WD Da
  3. I Oxwich Castle
    On high ground 0.5km south of Oxwich village
  4. I Oystermouth Castle Photos
    Approximately 500m NW of Oystermouth church, prominently sited on high ground overlooking the village and Swansea Bay.
  5. I Penrice Castle (Mansion)
    100m south of Penrice Castle Ancient Monument, reached by a private drive from the A4118.
  6. I Swansea Castle Photos
    In the centre of the city, on the curving W bank of the former course of the River Tawe.
  7. I Swansea New Guildhall
    Between Guildhall Road North and Guildhall Road South, to NE of Victoria Park.
  8. I Weobley Castle
    250m north of the minor road from Oldwalls to Landimore, on a scarp overlooking Llandimore Marsh and the Burry Estuary.

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