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Grade I Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Montgomeryshire

  1. I Ty Mawr
    Located on a platform site adjacent to the by-road leading SW off the B4345 to Berriew, S of Castle
  2. I Leighton Hall
    Located approximately 1.4km S of Leighton church. The Hall is reached by private road on the E side
  3. I Leighton Hall Tower
    Located approximately 1.4km S of Leighton church. The Tower is SE of Leighton Hall, reached by shor
  4. I Church of St Aelhaiarn including Outbuilding to W end of N Aisle and outbuilding on W side of Porch
    Located within a large oval raised graveyard at the centre of the village.
  5. I Church of St Michael and All Angels Photos
    Located within a circular churchyard on the N side of the Square, at the centre of Kerry village.
  6. I Llandrinio Bridge
    Partly within the community area of Bausley with Crigion. The bridge provides a crossing for the Lla
  7. I Llandrinio Bridge (partly in Llandrinio community)
    The bridge provides a crossing for the Llanfyllin to Shrewsbury Road over the River Severn, superced
  8. I Dolforwyn Castle
    Located on a sharp promontory above the Severn Valley, in an excellent defensive position, with good
  9. I Church of St Melangell
    In the upper part of Cwm Pennant, close to the confluence of Cwm Nant-ewyn. Preaching cross shaft i
  10. I Old Market Hall Photos
    At the crossroads in the centre of the town.
  11. I Lake Vyrnwy Dam Photos
    In the Vyrnwy Valley, at the south-east end of this magnificent reservoir.
  12. I Lake Vyrnwy Straining Tower and approach bridge Photos
    On the north-east side of Lake Vrynwy visible from the dam; approached by a gated bridge from the la
  13. I Owain Glyndwr's Parliament House Photos
    Set into a continuous row of frontages midway along the street, opposite the enterance to Plas Macyn
  14. I Parish Church of St Tysilio and St Mary
    Located near the centre of the extensive 3.6ha (9-acre) churchyard, within the village of Meifod.
  15. I Montgomery Castle Photos
    Situated at the top of Castle Hill, reached by footpath from car park by Old Castle Farm.
  16. I Parish Church of Saint Nicholas Photos
    Situated in large churchyard bounded on S and E by Church Bank.
  17. I Church of All Saints
    Located at the junction of the main Shrewsbury to Welshpool road and the B4388, the Leighton Road,
  18. I Powis Castle Photos
    On a rock outcrop, in parkland to the S of the town.
  19. I Marquess Gate with steps leading to E entrance to Powis Castle, and flanking wall to N
    At the NE approach to the castle, facing Welshpool.
  20. I Brick Wall to rear of Top Terrace at Powis Castle Gardens
    Forms the centre-piece of the top terrace, directly beneath the S wall of the main castle building.
  21. I Church of Saint Mary Photos
    Above the road in a steeply climbing churchyard.
  22. I Aviary Terrace in Powis Castle Gardens Photos
    Forms the upper tier of the terraces immediately S of the castle
  23. I Orangery Terrace in Gardens at Powis Castle Photos
    Forms the middle tier of the terraces immediately S of the castle
  24. I Apple Slope Terrace in Gardens at Powis Castle
    Forms the lowest tier of the terraces immediately S of the castle
  25. I Outer Gateway at Powis Castle Photos
    Forms the principle entrance to the castle, from the W. The retaining wall links the S pavilion wit
  26. I Retaining wall to courtyard at Powis Castle
    Forms the principle entrance to the castle, from the W. The retaining wall links the S pavilion wit
  27. I Ballroom Range at Powis Castle Photos
    Forms the N boundary of the courtyard to the W of the main castle building.

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