The Lunt, a fort that was rebuilt several times throughout the Roman period. During an excavation the remains of the defences, ovens, a gatehouse, granary and barracks were found from the second phase of occupation. It is situated north of Coventry Road, Baginton.
The Lunt, a fort that was rebuilt several times throughout the Roman period. During an excavation the remains of defensive ramparts from the fourth phase of the fort's occupation were found. It is situated north of Coventry Road, Baginton.
The site of a Second World War tank trap. It comprised 13 anti tank pimples in two groups beside the B4112 and the Oxford Canal at Newbold on Avon, Rugby.
The site of a Second World War tank trap formed by eleven anti tank pimples. They were situated on the north side of the aquaduct carrying the Oxford Canal over the Old Leicester Road at Rugby.
The remains of a Second World War tank trap. It comprises two octagonal concrete blocks that were used as road block. They are situated to the west of Chapel Green and were used to defend the bridge over the Grand Union Canal.
Five 3 foot tall road block cylinders, forming a Second World War tank trap. They are situated on a disused stretch of the road from Rugby to Lutterworth.
At the centre of an enclosure of unknown date are the possible remains of an anti aircraft battery dating to the Second World War. The features are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs and are situated on Frizmore Hill.
The site of a fire based bombing decoy installation from the Second World War known as a Starfish. Night time fires were created to confuse enemy aircraft and to draw them away from their real target. Documentary evidence gives this grid reference 900m SW of Hunningham.
The remains of Oldbury Camp, an Iron Age hillfort which survives as an earthwork. It is situated 200m north of Oldbury Grange.
A Second World War square concrete pillbox. It is located on the Oxford Canal at Butlers Leap, Clifton upon Dunsmore, Rugby.