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.
The site of Hartshill Quarries which date from the Imperial period. They were situated 800m north west of White House.
The site of a mineral railway at Ansley Hall Colliery. It was in use during the Imperial period and was situated 500m north of Ansley Hall. It was marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1887.
Southam Cement Works and quarry, described as 'Long Itchington Cement and Lime Works' in the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. From the middle of the 19th century production expanded and came under different owners. The site is now a concrete waste.
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.
A medieval quarry pit was recorded during observation at 9-11 Chapel Street.
A gasometer, a storage tank for gas which includes a meter, is shown on the 1906 6" map. Reasearch carried out by Barford Heritage group suggests that the gas was methane derived from animal waste. They further note that, if so, it would appear to be the only recorded methane plant in warwickshire. It is marked as disused on the 1926 6" OS map indicating that it has went out of use at some point prior to the production of this map.
The site of a colliery where coal was mined. It was in use during the Imperial period and was situated 300m north of Birchmoor.