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Listed Buildings in Llanddeiniolen, Gwynedd

  1. II Bridge over the Afon Seiont (partly in Llanrug community)
    Located approximately 1km north of Llanrug on the minor road to Bethel at the point where it crosses the Afon Seiont.
  2. II Bron Ceris
    Set just below the road running through Fachwen from Brynrefail to Dinorwic above the north side of Llyn Padarn.
  3. II Bron Elidir including surrounding wall and steps to Dinorwic Slate Quarry
    Located in remote position at the end of a track running off the main track/road leading down from Dinorwic towards Llanberis; a curved flight of slate steps with retaining walls rises from the track
  4. II Bryn-brith
    Situated at end of short track in remote moorland-edge location on eastern side of minor road leading north from Dinorwic to join the road from Deiniolen to Mynydd Llandegai; set in its own stone-wall
  5. II Capel Bethel including railings to forecourt Photos
    Situated towards south-western end of main village street near the point where it joins the B 4366; small forecourt in front has low rubblestone wall with slate coping, fleur-de-lys pointed iron raili
  6. II Cefn Braich
    Situated at southern end of Rhiwlas at junction between main road running through settlement, track running south-west and another leading north-east to Carreg y Garth; low rubblestone wall with iron
  7. II Cefn-y-Waen Chapel including Vestry/Schoolroom and forecourt walls
    Approximately 0.7km south-east of Deiniolen, about 200m east of Eglwys Crist; front faces roughly south-west.
  8. II Church of St Deiniol Photos
    Situated in high isolated position off the B 4366 with only a few houses around in tiny settlement of Llanddeiniolen; set in roughly rectangular churchyard with roughly coursed rubblestone wall and si
  9. II Ddol
    Situated in a large yard area with a modern bungalow to the north at the end of a short track running off the south-east side of the B4366, approximately 0.5km south-west of Bethel.
  10. I Dinorwic Slate Quarry Workshops (Welsh Slate Museum Buildings)
    Located at the south-east end of Llyn Padarn to the east of Llanberis, the quarry workshops sit at the foot of the vast workings of the former Dinorwic Slate Quarry; the immediately surrounding land i
  11. II Disused cottage immediately to north-east of Maes Eilian
    Set at an oblique angle above the road to the rear of a group of Council houses (Maes Eilian) on the north side of the minor road from Dinorwic to Deiniolen; low slate-stone wall in front of cottage.
  12. II Eglwys Crist (Christ Church) Photos
    Situated in large roughly square-shaped churchyard approximately 0.5 km east of Deiniolen and 200m west of Cefn-y-Waen Chapel on north side of road from Deiniolen to Dinorwic; the church is aligned no
  13. II Erw-pwll-y-glo
    On narrow lane north-west of the Afon Seiont about 0.8km north of Pont-rug with rubblestone wall to lane, continuing along track towards farmbuildings on south; railings to south of house on low curvi
  14. II* Felin Sarn
    On S side of minor road through village, about 1km E of junction with B 4547.
  15. II* Former Hospital and boundary walls
    Situated on level site above the north-east side of Llyn Padarn with spectacular mountain views; lies to north-west of the slate museum from which it is reached by a long drive; also approached over C
  16. II Former Mortuary
    Located immediately to the north-west of the former hospital at Dinorwic Slate Quarry on the edge of the levelled site.
  17. II Former Railway Carriage Shed
    Situated immediately adjacent to minor track/road from Pont-Rhythallt to Brynrefail on the course of the former Padarn 4ft (1.22m) Gauge Railway north of the Afon Seiont approximately 400m east of the
  18. II Glasgoed Hall
    Situated to north of farmyard at end of track running north from minor road between Bethel/Saron and Penisa'r Waun; lawned area to north of house is site of former garden.
  19. II Griffith Family Monument
    Situated in the graveyard immediately to the rear of Capel Bethel near the chapel's north-western corner.
  20. II Hafodty
    Situated in remote wooded position at the end of a driveway leading off the track/road leading down from Dinorwic to Llanberis; driveway has drystone slate slab wall with slab-on-edge coping.
  21. II Incline and Drumhouses
    Incline and drumhouses rising from the old floor (now car park of the Welsh Slate Museum) to the top level of the former Vivian Slate Quarry; massive slate retaining wall located immediately to the no
  22. II Incline, Drumhouses and Counter Balances ('A' Incline)
    Incline rising steeply to the north-east of the former Dinorwic Slate Quarry Workshops, running initially south-eastwards and then just to the south-west of the former quarryworkers' barracks turning
  23. II Locomotive Shed
    Situated to the north-east of the former Dinorwic Slate Quarry Workshops, the locomotive shed is located immediately north of the entrance to the Glan-y-Bala tunnel which once provided a connection to
  24. II Locomotive Shed
    Situated to the north-west of the former Dinorwic Slate Quarry Workshops, immediately alongside the former Padarn Railway (now the Llanberis Lake Railway) between the old quarry hospital and the moder
  25. II Milestone
    Located on south side of the B 4366 approximately 0.5 km east of Bethel.
  26. II Milestone Photos
    Situated on south side of the B 4366 approximately 0.5 km south-west of Bethel.
  27. II Obelisk Memorial to Robert Griffith Photos
    Set in forecourt to Sunday School/Vestry at Capel Bethel.
  28. II Offis Fawr (now Woodcraft Centre)
    Located immediately to the east end of the north range of the former Dinorwic Slate Quarry workshop complex, the building is situated high above the workshops on a quarried outcrop; flight of slate st
  29. II Parc-y-garnedd
    Situated at end of short track in remote moorland-edge location on eastern side of minor road leading north from Dinorwic to join the road from Deiniolen to Mynydd Llandegai; set in its own stone-wall
  30. II Pen y Clogwyn
    Situated in remote upland position in rocky landscape with small fields divided by drystone walls.
  31. II Pen-y-Clip
    Situated at western end of Fachwen on wooded slope immediately by the side of the Brynrefail to Dinorwic Road on the north side of Llyn Padarn; there is a large rock outcrop immediately behind the cot
  32. II Pont Penllyn (partly in Llanberis Community)
    Located at the north-western end of Llyn Padarn at the point where it is fed by the Afon Rythallt; the lake and river form the community boundary between Llanberis and Llanddeiniolen.
  33. II Quarryworkers' Barracks
    Spectacularly and now remotely located off the 'A' Incline of the Dinorwic Slate Quarry just north of the point where it turns abruptly to the north-east; the path between the 2 rows of barracks runs
  34. II Slate Dressing Mill (Australia Mill) Photos
    Spectacularly situated towards the top of the south-eastern (Braich) side of the former Dinorwic Slate Quarry.
  35. II Sunday School/Vestry at Capel Bethel including railings to forecourt Photos
    Situated in forecourt immediately to south-west of Capel Bethel behind continuation of wall and railings to chapel; set of gates in line with entrance to building.
  36. II Tan y Graig
    Situated on wooded slope off west side of track leading down from the Brynrefail to Dinorwic Road towards the former slate quarry on the north side of Llyn Padarn; low rubblestone wall in front of cot
  37. II Tanybryn
    Located on eastern side of road leading from Dinorwic to the Dinorwic Slate Quarry; dry slate slab wall to front with vertical slate slabs as piers to decorative iron gates.
  38. II Tros-y-gonfa
    Situated at south-west end of Chapel Street where narrow path turns at right-angles to run up hillside to meet Stryd Uchaf; small cottage garden enclosed by low rubblestone wall with painted picket f
  39. II Ty'n-fawnog
    Situated on north-west side of cross roads at Dinorwic approximately 100m north-west of the Presbyterian church; skilfully executed dry slate slab wall to road frontage.
  40. II Tyddyn-y-berth
    Situated at end of farm track amongst fields on east side of minor road between Llanrug and Bethel; its farmbuildings (not included on this list) lie immediately to the south.

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