Gunnings Bridge, a bridge which was built of red brick with stone dressing during the Imperial period, possibly in 1814. It is situated on Henley Street, Alcester.
Hawkesbury Junction cast iron Roving Bridge, a canal bridge built during the Imperial period, and situated 200m east of Coney Lane Bridge.
High Bridge, the site of a modern bridge. A map of 1823 suggests that this might be the site of an earlier bridge. The site is located 700m west of Walsgrave Hill.
A brick bridge built in the Imperial period replacing earlier structures. It crosses the River Leam 300m northeast of St Peter's Church at Grandborough.
A railway bridge over the River Alne which was built during the Imperial period. It is situated 200m west of Aston Cantlow.
The site of a railway bridge which was built during the Imperial period. It was situated 400m north of Kinwarton.
A railway bridge that was built during the Imperial period. It was situated 800m south west of Marton Moor.
Kenilworth Railway Bridges date to the Imperial period, the earliest phase of building are the sandstone abutments. The site is situated west of Mill End, Kenilworth.
Kingswood Junction comprising a cantilevered canal bridge, workshop buildings and a lock keepers house, all dating from the Imperial period. It is situated 400m west of Kingswood Bridge.
Lawford Road Railway Bridge which was built during the Imperial period. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886 but was probably built in the 1850s. The bridge is situated on Lawford Road, New Bilton.