The site of a horse engine, a horse-driven wheel which provided power to drive a threshing machine. The horse engine was in use during the Imperial period. It was situated 200m north east of the church at Baginton.
The site of Kingsley Horse Engine, a wheel turned by a horse in order to provide power. It dated to the Imperial period and was situated 600m north west of Wixford.
A mine dating from the Imperial period onwards from which coal was extracted. The site of the colliery lies 500m east of Slately Hall Farm.
The remains of a Medieval leat survive as an earthwork at the southern end of Admington village. The leat fed water from the Small Brook in to a moat at this lcoation.
The site of a watercourse associated with the Medieval/Post Medieval watermill at Atherstone on Stour. The watercourse is still visible as an earthwork. It is situated 300m north west of Lion's Pond.
The site of Pooley Hall Colliery where coal was mined. It was in use during the Imperial period and was situated 550m north of Pooley Hall.
The possible site of a coal mine dating to the Imperial period, recorded in place name evidence. The site lies to the south east of Wappenbury Wood. It is possibly refers to charcoal burning.
The site of a possible mill leat dating from the Medieval to the Post Medieval period. It is visible as an earthwork. The leat is situated 200m north east of Claverdon Station.
A series of earthworks indicate the presence of a watermill. Documentary evidence suggests that the mill may date to the Medieval Period. The site lies 600m south of the National Agricultural Centre.
The site of a former quarry and the remains of the associated mineral railway, engine shed, metal barn, brick buildings, concrete buildings, platform, wagon loading and unloading structures. The location is 2km northeast of Harbury.