An iron working site dating to the Medieval period is visible as an earthwork. The site is located 250m west of Old Spinney Lane, Merevale.
The site of Eagle Iron Foundry which dates from the Imperial period. It was situated on Clarence Street, Leamington Spa, and is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886.
Iron slag was recovered from Medieval features, suggesting that there was an iron works in this area. The site is located 250m south west of the church at Pillerton Priors.
Glovers Foundary, a small country foundry dating to the Imperial period. The building can be found on Coventry Road, Warwick, 15m south of the junction with The Paddocks.
The remains of a Medieval iron works. An area of the site was reused as a fishpond during the Post Medieval period. The site survives as an earthwork. It lies150m east of Merevale Abbey.
The possible extent of the Medieval Settlement, based on the first edition Ordnance Survey map.
A large quantity of iron slag was found during an excavation in Wood Street, Stratford upon Avon. This suggests that there may have been an iron works in this area during the Medieval period.
The site of an iron works dating to the Post Medieval and Imperial periods. Earthworks that are visible include several ponds and a dry culvert. The site is located 800m south of Poole's Wood.
Features which suggest a Roman farmstead were discovered by geophysics and an evaluation carried out in 2012.
Enclosures, ditches, pits, human burials were found during an archaeological excavation. Pottery and metal work were found in large quantities. Roman artefacts date back to the 1st century. The site was located south of Cottage Farm, near Stretton on Fosse.