Milestone at Llanbrynmair Bridge
A Grade II Listed Building in Llanbrynmair, Powys
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Latitude: 52.6123 / 52°36'44"N
Longitude: -3.6279 / 3°37'40"W
OS Eastings: 289875
OS Northings: 302854
OS Grid: SH898028
Mapcode National: GBR 9C.8HFV
Mapcode Global: WH68J.7LPQ
Entry Name: Milestone at Llanbrynmair Bridge
Listing Date: 31 January 1997
Last Amended: 31 January 1997
Source ID: 18114
Building Class: Transport
Location: Located in the pavement on the reformed approach to the bridge.
Community: Llanbrynmair (Llanbryn-mair)
Traditional County: Montgomeryshire
A sandstone pillar approximately 300mm square and 1m high, rectangular in section with dressed sides rounding to a rough-hewn back. Face inscribed 17 / NEWT / 11 MACH.
Reasons for Listing
Included as one of the very few milestones to survive along the length of this turnpike.
Other nearby listed buildings
The building is prominently located at the centre of the village, in the angle between the main A.470 Caersws to Machynlleth Road and the Pandy Road up the Tafolog Valley.
Llanbrynmair Railway Station and house
The railway passes to the N of the village. The station is approximately 100m from the junction of the lane with the A470.
The house is located on rising ground, set back from the main A470 and approached through fine iron gates on cast iron stanchions, to a long angled driveway. Further iron gates to the front garden.
The farmhouse is located approximately 600m S of the centre of the village, and is set with its left gable to the road. The farm buildings lie to the N.
Milestone at the N end of Dol-fach
Located in the grassed verge near the N end of the layby on the NW end of the hamlet of Dol-fâch.
Yr Hen Gapel, forecourt railings, and Minister's house
Located on the E side of the hamlet of Dol-fâch, above the railway line. The chapel is approached by a flight of wide steps between walls, leading to the railed forecourt. The manse lies behind the
Farmhouse located on a platform site at the head of its farmyard, at the foot of the Newydd Ffynyddog, above the small township of Dol-fâch, and accessed by a farm road from the centre of Dol-fâch.