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Listed Buildings in Llanllyfni, Gwynedd

  1. II ,70,Ffordd Rhedyw (Rhedyw Road),Llanllyfni,Caernarfon,,LL54 6SG,23661
    Located in centre of village on the east side of Ffordd Rhedyw (Rhedyw Road).
  2. II Arvon and adjoining outbuildings to the north
    Situated in a prominent position at the junction of Heol Buddog and Ffordd-y-Sir with gardens in front and the similarly detailed Bod Owen alongside, the highly patterned slate roofs of Arvon and its
  3. II Barn and stables at Bryngwdion
    Located on the south side of the farmyard at Bryngwdion.
  4. II Barn and stables at Eithinog-uchaf
    Located at an oblique angle on the north side of the farmyard at Eithinog-uchaf; the farmyard sits to the north of the farmhouse on the track to Pant Eithinog, which itself lies just off Ffordd Clynno
  5. II Barn at disused cottage to south-west of Llwyndu Canol
    Situated immediately to the north-east of the disused cottage to the south-west of Llwyndu Canol.
  6. II Barn to north of Taldwrst
    Situated at the northern end of the farm at Taldrwst on a track leading south of Lon Dwr, approximately 1.5 km east of Llanllyfni.
  7. II Barn/stable at Penbryn Mawr
    Located immediately east of the farmhouse at Penbryn Mawr.
  8. II Barracks Building
    Located to the south-west of the quarry offices on Level VI (Bonc yr Offis) of Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry.
  9. II Bethel Chapel, railed enclosure and gates
    Prominently situated on slightly rising ground, into which it is set, towards the northern end of Penygroes, its Sunday School on the other side of the road, the chapel sits in its own walled and rail
  10. II Bod Owen
    Situated in a prominent position at the junction of Ffordd-y-Sir and Heol Buddog with gardens in front and the similarly detailed Arvon alongside, the highly decorated slate roof of the building forms
  11. II Boundary wall to Glynllifon Park (that part forming Community boundary with Llandwrog)
    One stretch situated adjacent to a track on the west side of the A 487 approximately 1km north of Penygroes and another section along the by-road between Penygroes and Llanllyfni and to north-east.
  12. II Bryn Deulyn
    Located on bend in narrow road at eastern entrance to Dorothea Slate Quarry with hooped iron railings on low entrance walls swept to left side to enable easy vehicular access.
  13. II Bryn Eglwys
    Located in the village of Llanllyfni on the south-east side of Ffordd Rhedyw (Rhedyw Road) directly opposite the Church of St Rhedyw.
  14. II Bryn-mawr
    Situated in small pasture fields overlooking sea on rough track approximately 300m west of Pant Eithinog.
  15. II Brynarvon
    Situated on track (Weirglodd-newydd) immediately above Talysarn.
  16. II Bryngwdion
    Located in pasture fields at the end of a farm track running off the east side of the minor road, which turns off the A 499 towards Pont-y-cim; the farmhouse sits to the west of its farmyard.
  17. II Bwthyn
    Located on the south side of the B 4418 at the foot of a rock face directly opposite the Chapel.
  18. II Cae-efa-lwyd-fawr
    Located at the end of a farm track off the north side of Ffordd Clynnog (Clynnog Road) about 1km west of Penygroes.
  19. II Capel Drws-y-coed and Ty Capel
    Set in an isolated position at the foot of Craig y Bera on the north side of the B 4418, fronted by spear-headed iron railings and central gate on a low rubblestone wall with piers to the gates and en
  20. II Capel Mawr, Sunday School and railed steps to chapel forecourt
    Located in a commanding position at the eastern end of Talysarn with its Sunday School directly to the east, the chapel is set high above the road at the top of its own steps.
  21. II Causeway
    Located off the B 4418 to the north of Dorothea House, beginning beyond Pont Wythdir and running north-east for approximately 100m across marshy ground with a spoil heap to the north-west on the south
  22. II* Church of St Rhedyw
    Prominently sited on a corner on Ffordd Rhedyw within a raised rubble-walled churchyard on sloping ground down towards the Afon Lyfni.
  23. II Coach house/wash house and stables at Bryn Deulyn
    Located in grounds of Bryn Deulyn to south of house; set into a bank with the massive waste tip of the former Dorothea Slate Quarry immediately behind.
  24. II Coedcae-du
    Located at the end of a track, directly below the embankment of the former London and North-West Railway, approximately 0.4km south-east of Llanllyfni.
  25. II Compressor House
    Sited higher up the slope away from the other buildings on Level VI (Bonc yr Offis) of Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry.
  26. II Cowhouse at Bryngwdion
    Located on the east side of the farmyard at Bryngwdion.
  27. II Cowhouse at Eithinog-uchaf
    Located on the east side of the farmyard at Eithinog-uchaf; the farmyard sits to the north of the farmhouse on the track to Pant Eithinog, which itself lies just off Ffordd Clynnog.
  28. II Cowhouse to south of Cae-efa-lwyd-fawr
    Located immediately to the south of the farmhouse at Cae-efa-lwyd-fawr.
  29. II Cowhouse/granary and pigsties at Eithinog-uchaf
    Located on the south side of the farmyard at Eithinog-uchaf; the farmyard sits to the north of the farmhouse on the track to Pant Eithinog, which itself lies just off Ffordd Clynnog.
  30. II Disused Cottage immediately to north-east of Tan-y-Bryn
    Located on the other side of the yard/garden directly to the north-east of Tan-y-Bryn.
  31. II Disused cottage to south-west of Llwyndu Canol
    Situated in a lowland position in pasture fields to the north of Ffordd Llwyndu (Llwyndu Road), a minor road running from Penygroes to Carmel.
  32. II Dol-wenith
    Located in a low-land position on the eastern side of Lon ty Gwyn, a minor no-through road running eastwards from Llanllyfni.
  33. II Drying House
    Located on Level VIII (Bonc Brig) of the Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry at the foot of the modern steep access road from Y Fron.
  34. II Eisteddfa-isaf
    Set back from the road within its own original field system close to the ruins of a former water mill.
  35. II Eithinog-uchaf
    Situated in lowland pasture fields at the end of a farm track off the south-west side of Ffordd Clynnog (Clynnog Road).
  36. II Engine and Compressor House
    Located on Level VIII (Bonc Brig) of the Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry towards the foot of the modern steep access road from Y Fron.
  37. II Engine House
    Located on Level VIII (Bonc Brig) of Pen- yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry at the foot of the modern steep access road from Y Fron.
  38. II Engine House
    Located on Level VIII (Bonc Brig) of Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry at the foot of the modern steep access road from Y Fron.
  39. II Engine House
    Located to the north-west of the Eureka slate mill on Level VIII (Bonc Brig) of Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry.
  40. II* Engine House, Boilerhouse, Bunker and remains of chimney to south
    On a ridge of bastard rock which divides the main Dorothea Quarry from the South Dorothea Quarry; located by the side of the road access to the quarry.
  41. II Eureka Slate Mill
    Located on Level VIII (Bonc Brig) of Pen- yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry immediately to the north-east of the slate steps leading down to Level VI (Bonc yr Offis).
  42. II Former cottage at Eithinog-uchaf
    Situated between the farmhouse at Eithinog-uchaf and its farmyard to the north.
  43. II Former Cowhouse to Dol-wenith
    Situated immediately to the north of Dol-wenith.
  44. II Former Dairy to north-west of Ty Mawr
    Situated to the north-west of Ty Mawr, with former quarry workers' barracks behind.
  45. II Former Quarrymen's Barracks to north-west of Ty Mawr (east range)
    Located at the western end of Nantlle near the eastern entrance to the Dorothea Slate Quarry.
  46. II Hafod-y-llyn
    Moorland-edge location, the smallholder's cottage and cowhouse sit within their original small field system and are reached by a long rough track.
  47. II Hen-dy
    Located on the west side of Ffordd Haearn Bach (the old tram road) approximately 200m north-west of Pen-y-Groes.
  48. II Independent Chapel
    Located on the eastern side of the village street with the manse (Ty Capel) directly adjacent, the chapel is approached by a driveway flanked by low stone walls.
  49. II Locomotive Shed
    Located on Level VIII (Bonc Brig) of the Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry to the east of the modern steep access road from Y Fron.
  50. II Locomotive Shed
    Located immediately to the north of the incline and drumhouse at the south-east corner of Level VIII (Bonc Brig) of Pen-yr-Orsedd Quarry.
  51. II Locomotive Shed
    Directly adjoins the drumhouse on Level IV (Bonc Isa') of Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry.
  52. II Maes Mawr
    Located in a low-land setting at the end of a track off Lon Ty Gwyn approximately 0.5km south-east of Llanllyfni.
  53. II Milestone
    Located on the south-east side of Ffordd Rhedyw (Rhedyw Road) in Llanllyfni to the north-east of the Church of St Rhedyw; set in a rubblestone boundary wall.
  54. II Milestone
    Located on the north side of the B4418 directly opposite Tai Victoria (Victoria Terrace) approximately 0.5km east of Nantlle; set in a rubblestone boundary wall.
  55. II Milestone
    Located on the east side of the A 487 on the northern edge of Penygroes; set in a rubblestone boundary wall.
  56. II Milestone
    Located on the east side of the A 487 approximately 3.2km south of Llanllyfni; set in a rubblestone boundary wall.
  57. II Milestone
    Located on the east side of the A 487 approximately 1.6km south of Llanllyfni; set in a rubblestone boundary wall.
  58. II Milestone
    Located on the north side of the B 4418 between Drws-y-coed and Nantlle; set in front of a rubblestone boundary wall.
  59. II Muriau & Muriau Stores
    Located in the centre of Penygroes on the west side of Heol-y-Dwr (Water Street) near the junction with Lon Pitar.
  60. II North-eastern aerial ropeway revetment, incline and associated buildings
    Located above the east side of the North Dorothea Slate Quarry between Pen-y-Bryn to the north-east and the ruins of the former slate mill to the south-east.
  61. II Pant Du
    Situated in a lowland position within pasture fields at the end of a short track off the south side of Hen Lon to the east of Penygroes.
  62. II Parc
    Set within its original small field system on a track on the western edge of the small settlement of Cilgwyn.
  63. II Parc
    Set on south side of road within original small field system approximately 100m south-west of the Independent Chapel, Nasareth.
  64. II Pen-y-bryn
    Located on the north side of the old Talysarn to Nantlle Road within the former Cloddfa'r Lon Slate Quarry.
  65. II Pen-y-bryn-bach
    Located at end of track in pasture fields approximately 600m north-east of Ffordd Clynnog.
  66. II Penbryn Mawr
    Set at the end of a track in pasture fields approximately 45m from Ffordd Clynnog. A menhir stands a little to the south-east of the house.
  67. II Penyrorsedd War Memorial Recently Listed
    At the front of the yard of Capel Baladeulyn, set behind the chapel walls and railings.
  68. II Pigsties at Bryngwdion
    Located immediately to the west of the farmhouse at Bryngwdion.
  69. II Pigsties at Dol-wenith
    Situated to the north-west of Dol-wenith.
  70. II Pont Factory
    Road bridge and causeway on the A 487, spanning the Afon Lyni, between Llanllyfni and Penygroes.
  71. II Quarry Hospital
    Located to the south-east of the quarry offices on Level VI (Bonc yr Offis) of Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry.
  72. II Quarry Offices
    Located between the store building to the north and the barracks to the south-west on Level VI (Bonc yr Offis) of Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry.
  73. II Ropeway Winding House (north-east)
    Located immediately to the north-west of the slate mill on Level IV (Bonc Isa') of Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry.
  74. II Seion Congregational Church
    Situated in an elevated position amidst terraced housing approximately half way up Cavour Street; in front of the chapel is a small forecourt behind an irregularly coursed rubblestone wall, topped by
  75. II Slab Mill
    Directly adjoins the large slate mill on Level IV (Bonc Isa') of Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry.
  76. II Slate Mill
    Directly adjoining the slab mill to the south on Level IV (Bonc Isa') of Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry.
  77. II South-western aerial ropeway revetment, incline and associated buildings
    Located above the south side of the North Dorothea Slate Quarry, between the Cornish beam engine house to the west and the ruins of the former slate mill to the east.
  78. II Store Building
    Located between the former slate mill to the north-east and the quarry offices to the south-west on Level VI (Bonc yr Offis) of Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry.
  79. II Strainer arches and retaining walls
    Located to the south of Pen-y-bryn, the strainer arches and walls retain the slate waste tips flanking the route of the Dorothea Quarry branch of the former Nantlle Railway.
  80. II Sunday School/vestry to Bethel Chapel, including railings and gates
    Prominently sited on slightly rising ground, into which it is set, its chapel on the other side of the road, the Sunday School is located towards the northern end of Penygroes.
  81. II Tai Baladeulyn
    Slightly set back from the street with small front gardens situated behind low wall to pavement.
  82. II Tai Baladeulyn
    Slightly set back from the street with small front gardens situated behind low wall to pavement.
  83. II Tai Baladeulyn
    Slightly set back from the street with small front gardens situated behind low wall to pavement.
  84. II Tai Baladeulyn
    Slightly set back from the street with small front gardens situated behind low wall to pavement.
  85. II Tai Baladeulyn
    Slightly set back from the street with small front gardens situated behind low wall to pavement.
  86. II Tan-y-Bryn
    Located at the end of a long farm track across pasture fields approximately 0.5km south-west of Penygroes.
  87. II Tan-y-Ffordd
    Set directly by roadside approximately 1.5km north-east of Penygroes.
  88. II Transformer House
    Located on Level VIII (Bonc Brig) of the Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry towards the foot of the modern steep access road from Y Fron.
  89. II Tunnel Portal and Tunnel
    Located in the hillside to the north of Talysarn Hall.
  90. II Turnpike
    Located on the north side of the B 4418 approximately 500m east of Penygroes.
  91. II Ty Capel
    Located on the eastern side of the village street, from which it is set back, with the Independent Chapel it serves directly adjacent.
  92. II* Ty Mawr
    Located at the western end of Nantlle near the eastern entrance to the Dorothea Slate Quarry.
  93. II Ty Mawr
    Approximately 250m north of Nebo, set back to the south of the road within original small field system.
  94. II Tyn-llwyn
    Low-land farmhouse located near disused quarry approximately 1km east of Llanllyfni.
  95. II Weighbridge House
    Located directly adjacent to the locomotive shed immediately to the north of the incline and drumhouse at the south-east corner of Level VIII (Bonc Brig) of Pen-yr-Orsedd Quarry.
  96. II Weirglodd-newydd
    Situated on track (Weirglodd-newydd) immediately above Talysarn.
  97. II West and south ranges of building at former quarrymen's barracks to north-west of Ty Mawr
    Located at the western end of Nantlle near the eastern entrance to the Dorothea Slate Quarry.
  98. II Winding Drumhouse
    Located to the south-east of the slate mill on Level IV of Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry above the remains of the incline leading down to the start of the former Nantlle Railway below.
  99. II Winding Drumhouse and Incline
    Located to the south-east of the slate mill on Level VI (Bonc yr Offis) of Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry, the drumhouse is dramatically sited at the head of the incline running downhill to the south-east
  100. II Winding house
    Located on Level VIII (Bonc Brig) of Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry to the east of the Eureka Slate Mill.
  101. II Workshops
    Located to the south of the slate mill on Level VI (Bonc yr Offis) of Pen-yr-Orsedd Slate Quarry.

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