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Listed Buildings in Crumlin, Caerphilly

  1. II Abertillery and District Hospital (original ranges only)
    The hospital is situated to the south of the Abertillery valley, high up on a spur of land overlooking the confluence of the River Ebbw and the River Ebbw Fach, and approached from Pantddu Road, where
  2. II Barn and byre range at Pen-y-groes 3
    Parallel and close to the rear of the farmhouse.
  3. II Barn at Gelli
    Close to the rear of Gelli farmhouse and opposite its attached byre range thus forming a small walled farmyard.
  4. II Barn at Llanerch-uchaf
    At right angles to Llanerch-uchaf farmhouse and attached farm range with which it forms a farmyard, and backing onto the lane.
  5. II Church of Christ Church Aberbeeg
    Situated in a commanding position overlooking the Ebbw Valley on a spur just S of the confluence of the Ebbw and the Ebbw Fach rivers.
  6. II Crumlin Old Bridge over River Ebbw Photos
    Just S of and joined to the now pedestrianised former main road bridge over the river.
  7. II Crumlin Old Farmhouse and abutting barn
    Situated on the N slope of Cwm Kendon between Crumlin and Croespenmaen and reached by a long track from the Trinant road.
  8. II Crumlin Viaduct E Abutment Ebbw Valley
    High on the E side of the Ebbw Valley, the open ground of the steep hillside falling away below, with the Sofrydd development above.
  9. II Crumlin Viaduct NE Abutment Cwm Kendon
    On the W side of the spur of land between the Ebbw Valley and Cwm Kendon reached by a footpath from the foot of Cwm Kendon or by Load of Hay Road above.
  10. II Crumlin Viaduct SW Abutment Cwm Kendon
    On the hillside above Cwm Kendon and reached by a track off the N side of Hillside.
  11. II Crumlin Viaduct W Abutment Ebbw Valley
    High on the W side of the Ebbw Valley, reached by a pathway from the foot of Cwm Kendon or by Load of Hay Road above.
  12. II Former Barn at Croespenmaen
    In the hilltop community of Croespenmaen just S of the crossroads with the A 4251.
  13. II* Former Navigation Colliery North Winding Engine House
    Standing on the main Revetment Wall at the N end. Paired with the South Winding Engine House at S end.
  14. II Former Navigation Colliery Baths
    On the same terraced level as the colliery complex but further N, formerly reached both from the terrace and from a lane at lower level leading from Kendon Road in front of the Power House and Fan H
  15. II* Former Navigation Colliery Chimney Photos
    In the centre of the main Revetment Wall, between the N and S Winding Engine Houses and close to the Workshops and Store, and Lamp Room to rear.
  16. II Former Navigation Colliery Electrical Outbuilding
    At the N end of the main terrace immediately N of the Colliery Workshops.
  17. II* Former Navigation Colliery Fan House and Fan Drift
    Located on a lane N from Kendon Road near the centre of Crumlin. At the S end of the colliery complex at road level, paired in position with the Power House on the other side of the Heapstead.
  18. II Former Navigation Colliery Heapstead and Main Revetment Wall
    Located on a lane leading N from Kendon Road near the centre of Crumlin. The Heapstead is the high stone revetment wall supporting the main terrace level of the colliery and stretches from the Former
  19. II Former Navigation Colliery Lamp Room
    At the rear of the main terrace and extending S of the Colliery Chimney.
  20. II Former Navigation Colliery Middle Revetment Wall
    Extends from S of the former Baths which lie N of the colliery complex, in front of the Powder Store, to N of the N Winding Engine House.
  21. II Former Navigation Colliery Offices
    On the S side of the colliery complex, at terrace level and rising directly from the main Revetment Wall, approached both from the terrace and by a flight of steps up the bank from S.
  22. II Former Navigation Colliery Powder Store and adjoining N Rear Revetment Wall
    Store is to the N end of the colliery complex, set apart from the other buildings. Revetment Wall extends either side to N and S and also round it.
  23. II* Former Navigation Colliery Power House and Pump House
    Located on a lane N from Kendon Road near the centre of Crumlin. At the N end of the colliery complex at road level, paired in position with the Fan House on the other side of the Heapstead.
  24. II* Former Navigation Colliery South Winding Engine House
    Standing on the main Revetment Wall at the S end. Paired with the North Winding Engine House at N end.
  25. II Former Navigation Colliery Workshops and Stores
    At the rear of the main terrace and extending N of the Colliery Chimney.
  26. II Gelli farmhouse and attached farm range
    A hilltop site just E of Pen-y-fan Pond and reached by a lane linking the main road through the industrial estate to W with the Pentwyn development at Trinant to E.
  27. II Llanerch-uchaf farmhouse and attached farm range
    The farm is situated in a rural area on high ground on the W side of the Ebbw Valley E of Trinant.
  28. II Memorial Gates to Abertillery and District Hospital
    At the end of Pendarren Road, at the entrance to the hospital grounds.
  29. II Penrhiwlas
    In the hilltop hamlet of Croespenmaen on the E side of the old lane which leads down into Crumlin.
  30. II Pentref-y-Groes
    The most westerly of a group of 3 former farmsteads joined by a track on the hillside above Cwm Dows S of Croespenmaen, now bordered by an industrial estate and reached via a track skirting this.
  31. II Rear Revetment Wall S
    This section of the Rear Revetment Wall extends behind the Former Colliery offices.
  32. II Viaduct Cottage
    Situated close to the two abutments of the former Crumlin Viaduct where it crossed the spur of land linking the Ebbw Valley with Cwm Kendon and reached from Load of Hay Lane or by footpath from the fo

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