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Dowlais, Merthyr Tydfil                              

Dowlais on Wikipedia.
 

Churches in Pant.

Assemblies of God Church at Dowlais Top. Gerard Charmley.

Bethania Welsh Independent Church. Gerard Charmley.

Beulah Chapel, re-built 1856. Gerard Charmley.

The former Ebenezer Chapel, now a private residence. Gerard Charmley.

Elim Pentecostal Church. Steve Brewer (1983).

Gospel Hall. Gerard Charmley.

Hebron Baptist Church.   Gerard Charmley. Link.

Ivor English Congregational Church. Gerard Charmley.

Libanus Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Chapel (1858) - demolished 1986. Steve Brewer (1983).

Moriah Welsh Baptist Chapel (1856), now demolished. Steve Brewer (1983).

Penywern Welsh Independent Chapel (1877), now demolished. Steve Brewer (1983).

St. John, which was built by the Guest family, who were prominent in the iron industry. Another view. Sir Josiah John Guest is buried here. For many years the parish church, it was closed, and sold in 1997, and, says Gerard, is "disgracefully neglected, when it should have been preserved as a monument to the Guest family.". All   Gerard Charmley. Link.

The present parish church is St. Mary. Gerard Charmley.

Wesley Methodist Chapel. The foundation stone, laid by the late George Thomas, Speaker of the House of Commons, later Lord Tonypandy. Both   Gerard Charmley.


Pant
Caersalem Welsh Baptist Church (1977, replacing a C19 chapel). Gerard Charmley.
Cemetery Chapel.
Gerard Charmley.
Christchurch (CiW).
Gerard Charmley.

 

 

 
 

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14 November 2015

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