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Listed Buildings in Ffestiniog, Gwynedd

  1. II ,1,Uwchllaw'rffynnon Terrace,Bethania,,GWYNEDD,
    Occupying a commanding hillside site overlooking Blaenau Ffestiniog and approximately 1.5km SE of its centre; Set back on a raised terrace above a lane running NE from the junction of Manod road and
  2. II ,2,Uwchllaw'rffynnon Terrace,Bethania,,,
    Occupying a commanding hillside site overlooking Blaenau Ffestiniog and approximately 1.5km SE of its centre; Set back on a raised terrace above a lane running NE from the junction of Manod road and
  3. II ,3,Uwchllaw'rffynnon Terrace,Bethania,,,
    Occupying a commanding hillside site overlooking Blaenau Ffestiniog and approximately 1.5km SE of its centre; Set back on a raised terrace above a lane running NE from the junction of Manod road and
  4. II ,4,Uwchllaw'rffynnon Terrace,Bethania,,,
    Occupying a commanding hillside site overlooking Blaenau Ffestiniog and approximately 1.5km SE of its centre; Set back on a raised terrace above a lane running NE from the junction of Manod road and
  5. II ,5,Uwchllaw'rffynnon Terrace,Bethania,,,
    Occupying a commanding hillside site overlooking Blaenau Ffestiniog and approximately 1.5km SE of its centre; Set back on a raised terrace above a lane running NE from the junction of Manod road and
  6. II ,6,Uwchllaw'rffynnon Terrace,Bethania,,,
    Occupying a commanding hillside site overlooking Blaenau Ffestiniog and approximately 1.5km SE of its centre; Set back on a raised terrace above a lane running NE from the junction of Manod road and
  7. II ,7,Uwchllaw'rffynnon Terrace,Bethania,,,
    Occupying a commanding hillside site overlooking Blaenau Ffestiniog and approximately 1.5km SE of its centre; Set back on a raised terrace above a lane running NE from the junction of Manod road and
  8. II Barn and cowshed at Bodloesygad
    To the L and rear of Bodloesygad; end onto the hillside.
  9. II Bodloesygad
    Located approximately 1km S of Ffestiniog and reached down a steep farm track; facing E across Cwm Cynfal.
  10. II Booster Station
    Located immediately to the E of the slate dressing mill and S of the smithy/workshop.
  11. II Bridge c200m W of Pont y Pandy Photos
    Situated c200m W of the modern Pont y Pandy on the A470, carrying a minor road over the Afon Teigl, N of Ty Mari Williams.
  12. II Bryn Cyfergyd
    Upland farm approximately 1km east of the A470 and accessed by a lane from Bont Newydd and then a farm track.
  13. II Bwlch-Iocyn
    Located on a rise some 3km NW of Ffestiniog; accessed via a long track leading NW off the main road. Set in a rubble-walled garden on a slightly raised, stone-flagged terrace.
  14. II* Cae Canol Mawr
    Located on the slope of Manod Mawr overlooking the Afon Teigl, approximately 3km NE of Ffestiniog.
  15. II Church of St Michael
    On a promontory of high ground at the western end of Llan Ffestiniog, set back slightly from the informal village square.
  16. II Craigbach
    On the street line opposite St. David's Church.
  17. II Crane at Former Llechwedd Sidings
    Located by the side of the road on the former railway sidings, near the mouth of the Blaenau tunnel.
  18. II Cwm Bowydd Farmhouse
    Located in the Bowydd valley bottom about 1km S of the town centre; accessed via a metalled farm track leading off from the Cwmbowydd road at its termination.
  19. II Cwm Farm
    At the E end of the Cwm Cynfal and backing onto the Afon Cynfal; accessed via a long track leading E from a metalled lane itself running E from the A 470 at Bont Newydd.
  20. II Former Chapel
    On the street-line at the N end of Manod beyond the Capel Bethesda and cemetery.
  21. II Former Diffwys Railway Station (now public toilets)
    Located in an open car park (former railway yard) off the High Street.
  22. II Former Engine House
    Located immediately behind the electric booster house on the main level, NE of the slab mill.
  23. II Former Vicarage
    On the street line opposite St. David's Church and stepped-up from and adjoining Craigbach 3; set behind contemporary spearheaded railings.
  24. II Former Weighbridge Hut
    Located immediately to the S of the powered incline drumhouse, at the mouth of the connecting tunnel to the main level; built against the rock facing the railtrack.
  25. II Hafod y Ysbytty
    On a remote hill above the Afon Teigl about 2.5km NE of Ffestiniog; accessed via a track leading SE from a metalled lane which joins an unclassified road leading E from Ffestiniog towards the former M
  26. II Hen - Deiliau
    Located approximately 1.5km NE of Ffestiniog near the railway and immediately to the W of Teiliau Bach farmhouse: accessed via a farm track leading E off the main road at Pont- y-Pandy. Raised up on
  27. II House 100m SW of Bont Newydd
    Ffestiniog
  28. II* Hydro-Electric Powerstation
    Located immediately to the W of the main road on an island between it and the main railway line, on the downhill approach to Blaenau Ffestiniog from the Crimea Pass.
  29. II Hydro-electric Powerstation
    Located 1km to the NW of the main Maenofferen level, in a sheltered hollow beneath the summit of Moel Bowydd; N gable into the rock.
  30. II Masonic Hall
    Ffestiniog
  31. II Meirion House
    Prominently located on the SE corner of the square partly behind a plain, railed forecourt.
  32. II Melbourne House Photos
    Facing the square to the SE; set back on a slightly raised terrace behind plain contemporary railings.
  33. II Mile Post
    On the road side, immediately before the road curves around to the SW at Bethania.
  34. II Mile Post
    Located by the side of the mountain road beneath the Graig-y-Garreg-Lwyd and above the Cwm Cynfal to the N; approximately 3km E of Ffestiniog.
  35. II Milepost
    Prominently sited at the junction of the A 470 and the B 4391; facing Church Square to the W.
  36. II Milepost
    Located on the roadside 120m W of the Pont-yr-Afon Gam.
  37. II Moelwyn Mill
    Located prominently in the centre of Tan-y-Grisiau, by the roadside adjacent to the Pont Peithyll.
  38. II Moelwyn Millhouse
    Located prominently in the centre of Tan-y-Grisiau, by the roadside adjacent to the Pont Peithyll.
  39. II No 62 Manod Road
    Set back slightly from the road behind a low modern rubble wall. Adjacent to the former chapel.
  40. II No 63 (Richard Lewis and Son) Manod Road
    Set back slightly from the road behind a low modern rubble wall. Adjacent to the former chapel.
  41. II No 64 Manod Road
    On the street-line at the N end of Manod beyond the Capel Bethesda and cemetery.
  42. II Pant-yr-ynn Mill
    Occupying a commanding hillside site overlooking Blaenau Ffestiniog and approximately 1.5km SE of its centre. Accessed off a lane running NE from the A470 at the junction of Manod road and the High
  43. II Pengwern Arms Hotel Photos
    Facing the square prominently to the N.
  44. II* Pengwern Old Hall
    Located on a rise overlooking the Ceunant Sych approximately 2km N of Ffestiniog; accessed via a farm track leading W off an unclassified lane connecting the A 470 with the A 496.
  45. II Peniel Chapel (including hall addition to rear) Photos
    Located approximately 91m NW of the A 470 in the centre of the village; set back behind contemporary decorative railings on a slightly raised, part-metalled terrace and accessed from the road via a sh
  46. II Penralltgoch Photos
    Located approximately 0.5km W of Ffestiniog village on a slightly raised terrace on the steep roadside.
  47. II Pont Cymmerau Photos
    Located about 1km N of Rhyd-y-sarn in a wood fording the Afon Goedol; accessed via a track leading W from the A 496.
  48. II Pont Dol-Rhiw-Felen Photos
    Spanning a tributary of the Afon Dwyryd about 1km SE of Rhyd-y-sarn at the SW boundary of this community area with that of Maentwrog.
  49. II* Pont Dol-y-Moch (partly in Maentwrog) Photos
    Spanning the Afon Dwyryd about 1km SE of Rhyd-y-sarn at the SW boundary of Ffestiniog Community with Maentwrog Community, and carrying the narrow lane that runs along the north side of the Vale of Ff
  50. II* Powered Incline Drumhouse including chimney
    At the end of a short rock tunnel linking the main Maenofferen level with the underground incline 100m E of the slab mill.
  51. II Quarryman's Cottages
    Prominently located on the main Gloddfa Ganol level, backing onto a slate spoil hill and facing NE; set back slightly behind a slate-slab fence and with a slate-flagged forecourt..
  52. II Quarryman's Cottages
    Prominently located on the main Gloddfa Ganol level, backing onto a slate spoil hill and facing NE; set back slightly behind a slate-slab fence and with a slate-flagged forecourt..
  53. II Quarryman's Cottages
    Prominently located on the main Gloddfa Ganol level, backing onto a slate spoil hill and facing NE; set back slightly behind a slate-slab fence and with a slate-flagged forecourt..
  54. II Railway Bridge at Former Llechwedd Sidings
    Near the S entrance of Blaenau railway tunnel, immediately W of the road on the downhill approach to the town from the Crimea Pass.
  55. II Railway Bridge at Former Llechwedd Sidings
    Near the S entrance of Blaenau railway tunnel, immediately W of the road on the downhill approach to the town from the Crimea Pass.
  56. II Railway Bridge East of A 470 Photos
    Spanning a narrow unclassified lane leading NE from the village towards the locality of Tryfael; the road bends sharply under the bridge and climbs up to the L beyond.
  57. II Railway Tunnel Portal
    At the S entrance of Blaenau railway tunnel, immediately W of the road on the downhill approach to the town from the Crimea Pass.
  58. II Remote Incline Drumhouse
    Located approximately 150m NW of the slab mill on the main level of the quarry, on a bend and at the top of a long disused incline.
  59. II* Slate Dressing Mill
    On the main Maenofferen level, a working underground quarry, high above Llechwedd.
  60. II Smithy and Workshop Range
    Immediately NE of the dressing mill on the main level of Maenofferen, a working quarry high above Llechwedd..
  61. II Tai Uncorn
    Set back behind a low walled garden on a slight rise at the NE end of the street.
  62. II Tai Uncorn
    Set back behind a low walled garden on a slight rise at the NE end of the street.
  63. II Tegannedd Photos
    Adjoining Melbourne house, stepped down and advanced; set back slightly behind a low rubble wall.
  64. II Teilia Mawr
    Ffestiniog
  65. II Tryfal Farmhouse
    On a rise above the Afon Teigl about 2Km NE of Ffestiniog; at the end of a metalled lane which joins an unclassified road leading E from Ffestiniog towards the former Manod quarry.
  66. II Ty'r Banc Photos
    Facing the square to the SE; set back on a slightly raised terrace behind plain contemporary railings.
  67. II Ty-Newydd-y-Fynnon
    Located at the southern-most edge of Manod on the slope of a hill, to the W of the main road; accessed via a short farm track leading down from the road
  68. II Weighbridge House
    By the side of the road on the former railway sidings, near the mouth of the Blaenau tunnel.

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