Whitacre Waterworks, whose function was to supply water to Whitacre. It was built during the Imperial period and is situated 600m north of Blythe End.
A tower mill, a type of windmill, that was built during the Imperial period. The mill is still standing but is now in use as a dwelling. It is situated on Main Street, Thurlaston.
Purpose built wheelwright's workshop and blacksmith's forge which date to the Imperial period and were in existence by 1886. The yard is situated off Church Walk in Wellesbourne.
Clifton Mill, a watermill that was built during the Medieval period and continued to be used until the end of the Imperial period. The mill building is still standing but has had many modern alterations added to it. It is situated 800m north west of Clifton upon Dunsmore.
A forge which dates to the Imperial period is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. It was situated in Claverdon.
The site of a forge where wrought iron was made during the Post Medieval and Imperial periods. The forge buildings have now been converted in to houses, which are situated on Rugby Road, Dunchurch.
Warwick Gasworks in Saltisford, built in 1822, where gas was manufactured during the Imperial period. The building is one of the oldest and best preserved gasworks in the world. The central block has wings flanked by octagons containing the gasometers.
Green Lane Needle Mill, the remains of a watermill built in the Imperial period and used for the small scale manufacture of needles. It has been converted into an inn, and is sited at the intersection of Green Lane and Redditch Road.
Hoo Mill, a watermill used for grinding corn from the Medieval period onwards. During the Imperial period it was used as a needle mill. Many of the mill buildings are still standing and it is also known from documentary evidence. It is located 500m south east of Kinwarton.
The site of a clay tobacco pipe factory which was in use during the Imperial period. The factory had kilns. It stood on Market Street, Warwick.