Bridge near Llanmihangel Mill
A Grade II Listed Building in Pyle, Neath Port Talbot
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Latitude: 51.5275 / 51°31'38"N
Longitude: -3.7024 / 3°42'8"W
OS Eastings: 282002
OS Northings: 182324
OS Grid: SS820823
Mapcode National: GBR H7.GTPX
Mapcode Global: VH5H8.SV2X
Entry Name: Bridge near Llanmihangel Mill
Listing Date: 25 April 2000
Last Amended: 25 April 2000
Source ID: 23288
Building Class: Transport
Location: The bridge carries a track over the Afon Cynffig to the SE of Llanmihangel Mill Farm.
County: Neath Port Talbot
Town: Port Talbot
Community: Pyle (Y Pîl)
Built-Up Area: Pyle
Traditional County: Glamorgan
Three-span hump-backed bridge of rubble stone. Continuous parapets, which have been raised, with saddleback coping. Semi-circular stone arches of voussoirs. Alternate voussoirs project slightly. No cut-waters. On the E side, the S arch has been rebuilt with a flat head over a concrete culvert.
Reasons for Listing
Listed as a post-medieval bridge retaining its character. Group value with Llanmihangel Mill.
Other nearby listed buildings
Marlas Road Overbridge
On Marlas Road near to its junction with Kenfig Road
Located N of the Afon Cynffig on a track which leads off Marlas Road in Pyle. Part of Llanmihangel Mill Farm.
The farm stands on the S bank of the Afon Cynffig, close to the railway bridge and the road from North Cornelly to Kenfig, which runs alongside the N side of the N wing.
Mill Bridge Underbridge
Over the Afon Cynffig, down river from Llanmihangel Mill Farm. (Partly in the Cynffig Community, Bridgend).
Morgan monument in St James' churchyard, Pyle
The church of St James lies at the N end of the village of Pyle. The Thomas monument stands in the churchyard, approximately 7m SW of the W tower. The character of the churchyard is notable for its t
Two chest tombs in the churchyard, St James Church
The pair of tombs are set in a row, approximately 5m SW of the S porch. The character of the churchyard is notable for its fine tombs.
Churchyard Cross in St James' churchyard, Pyle
The church of St James is at the N end of the village of Pyle. The churchyard cross is set approximately 9m S of the S porch.
Church of St James, Pyle with Kenfig
The parish church of St James, Pyle, stands in its own churchyard N of the village centre, on the road to Margam.