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Listed Buildings in Newcastle Higher, Bridgend

  1. II Bridge over Incline Plane Tondu
    Just within the SW boundary of the community, W of Maesteg Road and the railway, just N of Tondu Met
  2. II Church Lodge
    Located immediately SW of Pen-y-Fai church on N side of the former entrance to Court Colman and with
  3. II Church of All Saints, Pen-y-Fai
    Located on the S side of Pen-y-Fai village on W side of Heol Eglwys.
  4. II Court Colman
    Approximately 1km W of Pen-y-Fai church, reached by private drive S of minor road between Pen-y-Fai
  5. II Former Bridgend Tramroad bridge over Nant Cynffig
    Located in the Nant Cynffig on a footpath leading N from Fountain Road, which crosses a railway line
  6. II Former Tramroad Bridge
    Spanning a stream close to the junction with Ogmore River on W side; reached from E side of Bridgend
  7. II Gateway at former entrance to Court Colman.
    Located immediately SW of Pen-y-Fai church across the former entrance drive to Court Colman, attache
  8. II* Glan Rhyd Railway Viaduct
    Spanning River Ogmore on a minor road E of A4063 and almost directly beneath viaduct of M4.
  9. II Mile marker
    Located on Maesteg Road, immediately outside Tondu Methodist Church.
  10. II School Lodge
    Located SW of Pen-y-Fai church on S side of a driveway to Court Colman and with iron gates attached.
  11. II The Pheasant
    Located on E side of Heol Eglwys, NE of church, and facing playground to S.
  12. II Tynygarn Mile marker
    Located on W side of A4063 (Bridgend Road) opposite a junction with a minor road to Glan Rhyd Bridge

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