||Neath Port Talbot
Neath Port Talbot on Wikipedia.
Aberavon, Port Talbot - see
Aberdulais, Sion Calvinistic Methodist Chapel on Fforest Hill.
The former Wesley Chapel, now a private residence. Both © Jim Parker.
Abergwynfi, St. Gabriel, the former Parish Church,
now in residential use. © Gerard Charmley (2011).
St. Gabriel prior to its conversion
- note the bell-turret, now gone, © David Read (2003).
Caersalem Baptist Church
(1887). Tabor Independent Chapel.
Both © Gerard Charmley (2011). St. Gabriel
prior to its conversion - note the bell-turret, now gone. © David Read (2003).
Alltwen, Independent Chapel. The date stone has dates 1831, 1861 and 1886 (the latter a little unclear). © Gerard
Blaengwnfi, Villiers Street Church (1908). © Gerard Charmley (2011).
Blaengwrach, Calfaria Chapel (1905). ©
Peter Morgan (2011).
Cimla, Neath - see
Cwmgors, St. Mary (Llanfair Parish Church). Interior
view. SN 7050 1136. Capel Seion, now closed.
The 25" O.S. map of 1906 labels it as Baptist Chapel (Welsh). SN 7051 1126.
(Independent). Judging by the condition of the windows, this church is
closed. Can you confirm?
Howard Richter has advised that it has indeed now closed, but after Mike
took his photo. Its dates are - built 1910-12, closed 2013. As can be
seen on the 2010
Streetview, the windows had been covered with perspex or similar
after Mike's visit. SN 7044 1082.
Coflein entry. All ©
Mike Berrell (2009).
Cymmer, the former St. John (CiW),
now a private residence. Bethania Calvinistic Methodist Church.
Gilgal Community Church.
The derelict Hebron Independent
Church (1903). St. Joseph
(R.C.). All © Gerard Charmley (2010).
Cynonville, the former
Baptist Tabernacle, about to be demolished.
Another view. Both ©
Gerard Charmley (2010).
Danygraig, Independent Chapel (1909). © Gerard Charmley (2011).
Duffryn Rhondda, Seion
Calvinistic Methodist Mission Hall (1922). © Gerard Charmley (2010).
Gellionen, Unitarian Chapel. © Gerard Charmley (2011).
Glyncorrwg, St. John the Baptist (CiW).
Calfaria Baptist Chapel
(closed). Bible Christian
Chapel. Next door to it stands its successor, the
United Methodist Chapel
(1913), now apparently derelict. The former
Nebo Congregational Chapel.
Calvinistic Methodist Chapel. All © Gerard Charmley (2010).
Margam, Port Talbot - see
Neath Abbey, Neath, Neath Port Talbot - see
Oakwood, the former parish church (CiW), now a private residence.
Former Baptist Chapel.
Another view. All © Gerard
Calvinistic Methodist Chapel. © Gerard Charmley (2010).
derelict Jerusalem Calvinistic Methodist Chapel.
Independent Chapel, formed following the merger of two congregations
in 1994. Both © Gerard Charmley (2010).
Resolven, St. David. Sardis Baptist
Chapel (1904). Sardis English Baptist Chapel (1892). Another
St. David. All © Peter Morgan (2011).
Rhyd-y-Fro, the former Capel Saron, now in secular use. SN 713 060. It was replaced
in 1904 by New Capel Saron. SN 713 060. Both
© Mike Berrell. (2009).
Sandfields, Port Talbot - see
Taibach, Port Talbot - see
Tonna, St. Anne (CiW) on St. Anne's Terrace.
Another view. Nazareth Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Chapel on Henfaes Road.
Noddfa Newydd Baptist Church on Wenallt Road was built to replace Aberdulais Baptist Church, which was
demolished in the early 1990's to make way for a road. Another view. All © Jim Parker.
Tonmawr, St. Teilo (CiW). Mission Church. Both © Gerard Charmley
Trebanos, Parish Church. Capel y Graig Unitarian Chapel (1893),
built to replace the remote Gellionen Chapel (see above). Gosen Independent Church has dates 1865 and 1891. All © Gerard Charmley (2011).