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Listed Buildings in Pembrey and Burry Port Town, Carmarthenshire

  1. II Animal Pound at Pembrey Church
    On the SW side of the churchyard.
  2. II Burry Port Harbour Light
    On the W breakwater of Burry Port harbour.
  3. II* Church of St Illtyd
    In a large churchyard on the E side of the main square, and immediately S of the A484.
  4. II Church of St Mary
    Within a large churchyard and prominently sited in a high position on the NE side of Burry Port.
  5. II* Court Farmhouse
    Set back from the road approximately 400m N of the parish church.
  6. II* Dome gunnery trainer at Pembrey Airfield
    In a field on the E side of the former airfield, approximately 550m NW of Brooklands Farmhouse.
  7. II Former canal overbridge
    Located at the NW end of Ashburnham Road, 100m SW of the parish church.
  8. II Harbour walls, breakwater and locks at Burry Port
    Enclosing the harbour at Burry Port.
  9. II Milepost on A484 S of Lakelands Bungalow
    Set back on the E side of the road approximately 1.3km S of Commissioners' Bridge.
  10. II Milepost on Colby Road
    On the E side of Bramble Lodge, almost opposite the junction with the B4311 (Church Road).
  11. II Milepost on Dan Lan Road
    On a bridge over a former railway, approximately 500m WNW of the parish church.
  12. II Milepost on Gwscwm Road
    Approximately 120m NW of the junction with Furnace Road.
  13. II Monument to Amelia Earhart
    Facing Memorial Square and set back from the road in a small fenced enclosure.
  14. II Old house, including attached bakehouse, at Llettyrychen Fawr Farm
    About 1.5km NE of Burry Port, on S side of minor road between A484 and B4308.
  15. II Outbuilding on S side of Court Farm
    On the S side of the house.
  16. II Penllwyn Cottage
    Approximately 1.3km NE of Pembrey village, reached by private road on the S side of Mountain Road.
  17. II Plas Kenrhos
    In its own grounds on the N side of a by-road on the N side of the A484 at Jerusalem Chapel.
  18. II Stanley's Bridge
    Part of a former tramroad embankment on the N side of Ashburnham Road, and approximately 150m NW of

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