A ruined building which was formerly a Second World War anti aircraft battery. It lies 100 metres to the south of Rouncil Lane, near Goodrest Cottages.
The site of a Second World War pillbox on the canal near to the bridge at Radford Semele. It was largely demolished during the 1950s but some remains are still visible to the west of the Radford Road Bridge.
The site of a Second World War gun emplacement comprising a circular concrete holdfort for a Bofors gun. It was sited in Newbold Quarry Park, Rugby.
The site of a dam which was created during the Medieval period to create the water defences at Kenilworth castle known as the Mere, which no longer exists. The earthwork bank is still visible and is situated to the south, west and north of the castle.
The site of a Second World War anti aircraft battery, west of Beckfield Lodge Farm, Fillongley.
The site of a possible Roman fort, comprising a triple ditched enclosure which is visible on aerial photographs. The site is located 1km north east of Clifford Chambers. Alternative interpretations of the site suggest that this was a Roman settlement.
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.
A Second World War pillbox, a small concrete building whose walls contained loopholes. The pillbox housed guns. It was used to defend the Grand Union Canal, which formed a defensive line between Birmingham and Oxford. The pillbox is located to the west of Chapel Hill.
RAF Church Lawford, a Second World War airfield that was used for training instructors. The airfield was situated to the east of Dunsmore Heath.
A double ditched rectangular fort of Roman date is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is situated 100m south of Lower Oversley Lodge.