Airfield defence structures can be seen on aerial Photographs at Baginton Airfield
The site of a Second World War air raid shelter which was associated with the airfield to the north east of Atherstone on Stour. It is situated on the east side of the airfield, 800m north of Beecham Spinney.
The site of a Second World War air raid shelter or bunker. It was probably associated with the bombing decoy site to the south east of Pillerton Hersey. The site is located 500m south east of Pillerton Hersey.
The site of an air raid shelter which was in use during the Second World War. It is semi-sunken with an earth covering and is situated to the north east of RAF Wellesbourne Mountfield.
The site of a direction finding station which was used by aircraft to find their bearings. It is associated with Wellesbourne Mountford airfield and is situated 900m north of Red Hill Wood.
The remains of a Second World War Air Raid Shelter at the Health Centre, High Street Bedworth.
The foundations of a Second World War brick air-raid shelter. The site is located at 18 Bleachfield Street, Alcester.
Six concrete air raid shelters located at the Stockingford Nurery School, St. Paul's Road, Nuneaton.
The remains of a very small surface shelter dating from the Second World War, and situated between Hill and Kites Hardwick.
A defence position is apparent on aerial photographs to the east of Baginton Air Field.