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Listed Buildings in Llangyndeyrn, Carmarthenshire

  1. II Bethel Baptist Chapel and attached vestry. Photos
    Situated some 250m down lane running NE from B4306 in Llangyndeyrn village, on the NW side of lane.
  2. II Bragdy Photos
    Attached to the E side of Capel Salem.
  3. II Capel Ifan
    Approximately 3.7km NE of Llangyndeyrn church, reached by farm road on the W side of a minor road S
  4. II* Capel Salem including forecourt railings Photos
    Situated in the centre of Llangyndeyrn approximately 250m SW of the B4306.
  5. II* Church of St Cyndeyrn Photos
    In a round churchyard in the centre of the village.
  6. II Cross base and sundial in Llangyndeyrn churchyard
    On the S side of the church.
  7. II Drysgeirch Mill
    On the S side of a minor road opposite the entrance to Wern Farm, approximately 1.6km SW of Crwbin.
  8. II Lime kilns at Penymynydd
    On the S side of a minor road approximately 800m WNW of the crossroads in Heol Pedair.
  9. II Pont Antwn Photos
    Spanning Afon Gwendraeth Fach on the B4309, S of the junction of a minor road to Llangyndeyrn.
  10. II Pont Henri (partly in Llanelli Rural community)
    Carrying the main road of the village over the Gwendraeth Fawr.

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