A commemorative monument which is of modern date. The monument is a stone pillar which commemorates the Battle of Edge Hill. It is situated by the side of the road between Kineton and Radway.
A small subterannean air-raid shelter located at Paradise Street. The concrete built structure survives well, with original features such as a wooden door and rubber seal still in place. It is entered via a set of steps and consists of one main room.
RAF Church Lawford, a Second World War airfield that was used for training instructors. The airfield was situated to the east of Dunsmore Heath.
The site of a anti tank road block which formed part of the defences during the Second World War. Some of the thick concrete walls of the road block still partially stand. They are situated 300m west of Bascote Locks.
The site of a Second World War tank trap formed by eleven anti tank pimples. They were situated on the north side of the aquaduct carrying the Oxford Canal over the Old Leicester Road at Rugby.
The site of a country house, known as Studley Castle, dating to the Imperial period. It is situated 400m north of Studley Thorns.
Brick built domestic surface shelter used during the Second World War as an air raid shelter. The shelter is located at the north end of South Road, opposite the village school at Clifton upon Dunsmore.
A First World War war memorial in the form of an obelisk. It is situated on London Road, north east of Stretton on Dunsmore at the junction of the A45 and B4455
The site of an electricity power station 1km south west of Lea Marston.
A domestic surface Second World War air raid shelter with a concrete roof and single door in the east face. It is situated to the west of Clifton upon Dunsmore.