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Listed Buildings in Bryn-crug, Gwynedd

  1. II ,6,Ty'n-y-winllan,Bryn Crug,Tywyn,,LL36 9PF
    Ty'n-y-winllan is a row of 6 terrace cottages on the S side of the road leaving Bryn Crug for Llanegryn. No 6 is at the W end, directly on to the road.
  2. II Bronwylfa
    The house stands at the right-angled bend in the road in Pen Parc, the S end of Bryn Crug.
  3. II Brynglas Railway Station
    The station is located in the hamlet of Pandy, SE of Bryn-Crug, by the level crossing and up from the ground frame signal box.
  4. II Cilcemaes
    The house stands back from and above the minor road from Bryn Crug to Llanfihangel-y-pennant.
  5. II* Dolaugwyn
    The farm is on flat land of the lower Afon Fathew valley, to the W of Bryn Crug village. The farmhouse stands apart to the W of the farm buildings.
  6. II Dolgoch Viaduct
    The viaduct carries the Tal-y-llyn narrow gauge railway over the Nant Dol-goch, reached by pathway from the B4405 past Dolgoch Farm.
  7. II Dovecote at Ynysmaengwyn
    Ynysmaengwyn stood in its own grounds approximately half-way between Tywyn and Bryn Crug. The dovecote stands at the W end of the former estate buildings, W of the site of the demolished house, and n
  8. II Farm building associated with Nant-y-mynach
    The building stands beside the road leading N from the B4405 in the direction of Abertrinant, just below a sharp bend.
  9. II Farm building at Perfeddnant
    Perfeddnant lies on the back road from Bryn Crug to Llanfihangel. The farm buildings stand apart and approximately 30m to the W of the farmhouse.
  10. II Farm buildings at Dolaugwyn
    Dolaugwyn stands in the flood plain of the Afon Fathew, 1.25m W of Bryn Crug.
  11. II Geufron
    Geufron farm is perched on the S facing slope of Foel Wyllt, NE of Bryn Crug village, and is reached by a farm road off the B4405.
  12. II Grave of Mary Jones
    In the graveyard behind Capel Bethlehem, in the centre of Bryn Crug.
  13. II Hay barn at Perfeddnant
    Perfeddnant stands back from the minor road from Bryn Crug to Llanfihangel. The farm buildings stand some 30m W of the farmhouse.
  14. II Haybarn at Geufron
    Geufron farm is perched on the S facing slope of Foel Wyllt, NE of Bryn Crug village, and is reached by a farm road off the B4405.
  15. II Lofted farm building at Glan-y-morfa
    Glan-y-morfa stands beside the road from Bryn Crug to Llanfihangel. The granary building runs parallel and close to the road, immediately S of the outbuilding.
  16. II Mile Marker
    Set into the roadside wall, c30m S of the bridge over the Nant-Rhyd-yr-Onen, in the centre of the village.
  17. II Mile marker
    The mile marker stands conspicuously on the verge of the road 400m NE of Dolaugwyn.
  18. II Mile marker
    The milestone stands in the S verge of the main road from Tywyn to Dolgellau, E of Dol-Deheuwydd
  19. II Outbuilding at Glan-y-morfa
    Glan-y-morfa stands beside the road from Bryn Crug to Llanfihangel. The building stands in front of the former farmhouse, and forms the NE side of the former farmyard.
  20. II Perfeddnant
    The farmhouse stands back from the minor road from Bryn Crug to Llanfihangel-y-pennant, near the community boundary.
  21. II Pont Dysynni (partly in Llanegryn community)
    The bridge lies alongside the main road from Tywyn to Dolgellau, crossing the Afon Dysynni.
  22. II Water lift pump at Pen Parc
    Pen Parc is at the S end of Bryn Crug village. The pump stands in a purposely formed stone-built recess in the retaining bank of the road to Rhyd-yr-onen.
  23. II Water lift pump at Rhyd-yr-onen
    The pump stands beside the K6 telephone kiosk and post box in the hamlet of Rhyd-yr-onen, opposte Y Barclud, one of a row of 5 small cottages.
  24. II Water lift pump by Pont Fathew
    The pump stands in a small landscaped area of recent origin, on the N bridge head, in the centre of the village.
  25. II Water lift pump on road to Penowern
    The pump stands on the corner of the road to Penowern farm, and Ffordd-y-felin.

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