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Listed Buildings in Blaenhonddan, Neath Port Talbot

  1. II* Aberdulais Aqueduct (partly in Tonna community)
    Spanning the Afon Nedd W of Aberdulais Basin and approximately 0.4km N of Tonna church.
  2. II Aberdulais Lock on Tennant Canal
    On the W bank of the Afon Nedd between the Tennant Canal and the Aberdulais Aqueduct.
  3. II Aberdulais Viaduct
    Spanning the River Neath S of the Aberdulais Aqueduct and N of Dulais Fach Road.
  4. II Bridge over Tennant Canal SE of the Church of Saint Cattwg
    Crossing the Tennant Canal some 200m SE of the Church of Saint Cattwg and just N of the A465.
  5. II Bridge over Tennant Canal, including towpath retaining walls and overflow channels
    Crossing the Tennant Canal on the W end of Neath River Bridge and just E of the A465 dual carriagewa
  6. II Chimney at Aberdulais Falls Tinplate Works
    The former tinplate works are on the E bank of the Afon Dulais just N of Main Road.
  7. II* Church of Saint Cattwg
    In a prominent position on a bend on the SE side of Church Road.
  8. II Cwm Clydach Dam (partly in Blaenhonddan community)
    Spanning Cwm Clydach approximately 950m N of Neath Abbey railway viaduct and some 120m NE of Glynfel
  9. II Cwm Clydach Dam (partly in Dyffryn Clydach community)
    Spanning Cwm Clydach approximately 950m N of Neath Abbey railway viaduct and some 120m NE of Glynfel
  10. II Forge tramroad bridge at Neath Abbey Ironworks (partly in Dyffryn Clydach community)
    Crossing the River Clydach some 125m N of the Neath Abbey railway viaduct.
  11. II Former forge and rolling mill at Neath Abbey Ironworks
    On the E side of the River Clydach some 220m N of the Neath Abbey railway viaduct.
  12. II Former Stables at Aberdulais Falls Tinplate Works
    The former tinplate works are on the E bank of the Afon Dulais just N of Main Road.
  13. II Gates, gate piers, walls and railings at Church of Saint Cattwg
    On the NE, NW and SW sides of the churchyard on the SE side of Church Road.
  14. II Goose rearing shelters and mounting block at Tan-y-rhiw
    Situated to the W of and just uphill from the farmhouse at Tan-y-rhiw.
  15. II Limekiln near Neath Golf Course
    Built into a bank between a minor road on the N side of Cadoxton-Juxta-Neath and the track to Neath
  16. II Lock keeper's and toll collector's office at SW end of Aberdulais Aqueduct
    On the W bank of the Afon Nedd and on the S side of the Tennant Canal lock on the end of the Aberdul
  17. II Milestone on A4230
    Built into a wall on the NW side of Church Road, just N of the Church of Saint Cattwg and opposite t
  18. II Monument in churchyard of St Cattwg
    Situated adjacent to path running from SW churchyard gate to church.
  19. II Neath Abbey Railway Viaduct (partly in Blaenhonddan community)
    Crossing the River Clydach and Taillwynd Road some 220m N of Neath Abbey Road.
  20. II Neath Abbey Railway Viaduct (partly in Dyffryn Clydach community)
    Crossing the River Clydach and Taillwynd Road some 120m N of Neath Abbey Road.
  21. II Neath River Bridge (partly in Neath community)
    Spanning the River Neath and adjoining the road bridge over the Tennant Canal. Reached from Bridge
  22. II Old Works Library at Aberdulais Falls Tinplate Works
    The former tinplate works are on the E bank of the Afon Dulais just N of Main Road. The Old Works Li
  23. II Railings at Seion Fforest Calvinistic Methodist Chapel
    Chapel facing S on the N side of the valley of the Afon Nedd, some 50m N of the junction of Forest H
  24. II Railway bridge over Cadoxton Road
    Crossing Cadoxton Road some 75m SW of its junction with Dynevor Avenue.
  25. II Remains of tramroad bridge at Aberdulais Falls Tinplate Works
    The former tinplate works are on the E bank of the Afon Dulais just N of Main Road. The remains of t
  26. II Seion Fforest Calvinistic Methodist Chapel
    Situated facing S on the N side of the valley of the Afon Nedd, some 50m N of the junction of Forest

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