A pit alignment of Prehistoric date is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is situated 500m south east of Woodford Lodge.
A probable double pit alignment that shows as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is probably of Prehistoric date. The feature is located 300m south east of Townsend Road, Tiddington.
The site of a pit alignment dating to the Prehistoric period, which shows as a cropmark on aerial photographs. The location is 400m north east of Hamilton Road, Tiddington.
The site of a possible pit alignment dating from the Prehistoric period, which shows as a cropmark on aerial photographs. The location is 200m east of New Street, Tiddington.
A double pit alignment is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. The pit alignment cuts off a peninsular in a bend of the River Avon near Barford Sheds. The site was excavated in 1972 and showed that the alignment is 123m in length and is Prehistoric in date.
A double pit alignment, visible running c.120m, is evident on Google Earth satellite imagery from 2006.
A linear feature is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. During an excavation the feature was found to be a row of post holes, possibly of Iron Age date. They were situated 500m south of Church Lawford Airfield.
Aerial photographs suggest that this is probably the site of a Prehistoric pit alignment, pits set at intervals along a single line or parallel lines. It is situated 200m south of Rock Spinney at Bubbenhall.
A Linear feature and pit alignment are evient on aerial photographs. The features are located 300m to the north of Old Hare Covert
A pit alignment or possible linear feature, is visible as a crop mark on aerial photographs and is probably Prehistoric in date. The site lies 200m south of Kingsbury Swivel Bridge.