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Listed Buildings in Three Crosses, Swansea

  1. II Caer Eithin Engine House, Berthlwyd Colliery
    500m west of Poundffald Farm, on the hilltop to the north side of the lane to Blue Anchor.
  2. II Crwys Farmhouse
    At the NE corner of Three Crosses Village, in the angle between Gowerton Road and Dunvant Road. Farmyard to W; other farm buildings to E. At front is a walled garden with large half-round slag block c
  3. II Livestock Range with Loft, Crwys Farm
    To the west of Crwys farmhouse, its gable facing Gowerton Road; it stands at the SW of a small farmyard and is attached at its corner to the farmhouse.
  4. II Stable and cowshed, Crwys Farm
    To the north of Crwys farmhouse, its gable facing Gowerton Road; it stands to the NW of a small farmyard adjacent to the farmhouse.
  5. II Y Crwys Independent Chapel including boundary railings and piers
    In the village of Three Crosses, 3 km SE of Penclawdd. Rubble graveyard wall to front; in-turned entrance with wrought-iron gates and railings, ashlar piers.

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