The site of a sandstone mine which was in use during the Imperial period. It was situated in the area of Baxterley Hall Park.
The site of Stockingford Colliery which was used during the Imperial period for mining coal. It was situated on Nuneaton Common.
Excavations at Coughton Court uncovered layers dating from the Imperial period. The features were related to the destruction of the east range and infilling of the moat, a former bridge over the moat, a garden feature and a leat.
A wide depression that is possibly the remains of a leat associated with Marston Mill can be seen on aerial photographs.
The site of a possible shrunken village dating to the Medieval period. The remains of several holloways are visible as earthworks. A Post Medieval house also existed on the site. It is located 400m south east of Fenny Compton.
The site of Ansley Hall Colliery which was in use from the Imperial period. It was situated 300m north west of Ansley Hall.
The site of a colliery, where coal was mined during the Imperial period. It lies north of Main Road, Baxterley. The colliery is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1887.
The site of Exhall Colliery where coal was mined during the Imperial period. The colliery is marked on the OS map of 1886. It was situated at Black Bank, Bedworth.
The site of Griff Colliery, where coal was mined. The colliery was in use from the Imperial period and was situated at Heath End.
Features reflecting the 19th century housing developments along Dugdale Street and Chapel Street, as depicted on the 1887 OS map, were recorded at The Ropewalk, Chapel Street, Nuneaton.