Grendon bridge, a bridge over the River Anker which is Medieval in date. It is situated 300m northwest of the church at Grendon.
Oversley Bridge, a road bridge which was built during the Post Medieval period with later alterations made during the Imperial period. It is situated on Stratford Road, Alcester.
Polesworth Bridge over the River Anker was first built in the Medieval period. It is situated on Bridge Street, 225m north west of Abbey Green Park, Polesworth.
The site of a Post Medieval footbridge which crosses the River Sowe 200m southwest of St Mary's Church, Stoneleigh. It was shown on an Estate map of 1766. The footings of the present concrete bridge probably pre-date it.
The Tramway Bridge which crosses the Avon 100m west of Clopton Bridge. It was built during the Imperial period with eight red brick arches, to carry the horse tramway. It is now a footbridge.
Westley Bridge, the remains of a possible Medieval/Post Medieval bridge, for which there is documentary evidence from the 13th century. The present bridge of red sandstone and brick incorporates older parts.
Avon Viaduct, a railway viaduct that was built during the Imperial period. It is situated to the south of Brandon.
A bridge which has its origins in the Medieval period but was widened in the 20th century. No part of the original bridge remains visible. It is situated on Blythe Road, 1.5km north east of Coleshill.
Bretford Bridge, a road bridge that was built during the Post Medieval or Imperial period. It replaced the Medieval bridge which stood on the same site. The bridge is situated at the southern end of Bretford.
An 18th century stone bridge built for the private drive to the house in the landscape park at Compton Verney. It is now used only as a footbridge. It is situated 250m east of the church at Compton Verney.