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Llanelli, Carmarthenshire

Llanelli on Wikipedia.


Churches in Felinfoel.

The now-closed All Saints (CiW) on Goring Road. Ronald John Saunders. Two additional views - 1, 2 - both Jim Parker.

Antioch Centre on Copperworks Road. Jim Parker. Link.

Bethania Baptist Chapel (1869) on Cornish Place. Another view. Both Jim Parker.

Bethany Free Evangelical Church on Maes-Yr-Haf. Jim Parker.

Bethel Baptist Chapel on Marine Street. According to the tablet on the pediment, it was built 1840 and enlarged in 1850. Jim Parker.

Caersalem Baptist Chapel on Marsh Street. Jim Parker.

The now derelict Calfaria Baptist Chapel on Ann Street dates from 1881. Next door to it stands a second Calfaria Baptist Chapel, also disused. Another view. All Jim Parker.

Capel Als on Wern Road. Ronald John Saunders. Another view. Jim Parker.

Capel Newydd (Welsh Presbyterian) on Felinfoel Road. Jim Parker.

Christ Church (CiW) on New Street. Another view. Both Jim Parker. Link.

Christadelphian Hall on Heol Goffa. Jim Parker. Link.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Embankment Road. Another view. Both Jim Parker.

Community of Christ on Trostre Road. Jim Parker.

The former Dock Chapel on Clos Dewi Medi, now flats. Jim Parker.

Ebeneser Independent Chapel on Inkerman Street. Jim Parker.

Elim Pentecostal Church holds Sunday Services in Myrtle House (on Myrtle Road). Jim Parker.

Emmanuel Baptist Church on New Dock Road. Another view. Both Jim Parker.

Evangelistic Hall on Arthur Street. Jim Parker.

Furnace Mission Church (CiW) on New Road. Jim Parker. Link.

The former Glenalla Methodist Chapel, on Glenalla Road, now a Community Centre. Jim Parker.

Greenfield Baptist Church (1858) on Station Road. Jim Parker. Link.

Hall Street Methodist Church. Jim Parker. Link.

Llanelli Cemetery Chapel on Swansea Road. Jim Parker.

Llanelli Free Evangelical Church on Queen Victoria Road. Jim Parker. Link.

Maescanner Baptist Chapel (1863) on Maes-Canner Road. Jim Parker.

Moriah Baptist Chapel on Station Road dates from 1870. Jim Parker.

Our Lady, Queen of Peace (R.C.) on Waunlanyrafon. Ronald John Saunders. Another view. Jim Parker. Link.

Park U.R.C. on Murray Street. Jim Parker.

The former Peniel Baptist Chapel (1938) on Martin Road, currently (2009) being converted into flats. Jim Parker.

Presbyterian Church on Cowell Street. Jim Parker.

Raby Street Spiritualist Church on Raby Street. Jim Parker.

St. Alban (CiW) on Alban Road. Another view. Both Jim Parker. Link.

The former St. David, on Stanley Road, now converted into private houses. Jim Parker.

St. Elli - the Parish Church (CiW) on Bridge Street. From an old postcard in Geoff Watts Collection. Two modern views - 1, 2, and the lych gate, all Jim Parker. Link.

St. John (CiW) on Marine Street. Another view. Both Jim Parker. Link.

St. Michael and All Angels on Bryngwyn Road. Another view. The churchyard gate. All Jim Parker.

St. Peter (CiW) on St. Peter's Terrace. Another view. Both Jim Parker. Link.

Salvation Army on Sunninghill Terrace. Jim Parker.

Saron Methodist Chapel on Pentrepoeth Road. Another view. Both Jim Parker.

Siloah Independent Chapel (1840, enlarged 1855) on Glanmor Road. Jim Parker.

Siloh Chapel (Calvinistic Methodist, 1876) on Lakefield Road. Jim Parker.

The former Soar Independent Chapel on Marsh Street, now a nursery. Jim Parker.

Tabernacle Independent Chapel on Coleshill Terrace. Jim Parker.

Trinity Chapel (Welsh Presbyterian) on New Dock Road. Jim Parker.

Ty Gwyn Apostolic Church on New Road. Jim Parker. Link.

Victoria Road Methodist Church on Bryn Road. Jim Parker. Link.

The former Wesleyan Chapel on Campbell Street, now a Community Centre. Jim Parker.

Zion Baptist Church (1857) on Upper Park Street. The Zion Church School is a rather handsome building. Both Jim Parker.


Felinfoel
Adulam Baptist Chapel (1709, re-built 1840, "renewed" 1879) on Long Row. Another view, also showing the adjacent school. Both Jim Parker. Another view of the chapel, Ronald John Saunders.
An unusual entry - Felinfoel Baptismal Pool (formed by a weir in the River Lliedi) has been used since the 18th century. Jim Parker.
Holy Trinity Church (CiW) on Millfield Road. Jim Parker. Another view, from an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Link.
 

 

 
 

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31 October 2015

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