The site of Napton Brickworks which are marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. They date from the Imperial period through to Modern times, closing down in the 1970s. They were located between the Oxford Canal and the Napton Windmill.
Documentary evidence suggests that this the site of a kiln used for making bricks during the Imperial period. The site is east of the tunnel, 1.8km east of Fenny Compton.
The site of a Roman settlement. During partial excavation of the site, enclosures, ditches, houses and a possible corn drying kiln were found. The site was located 1km east of Bidford on Avon.
The site of lime kilns dating to the Imperial period. They are marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. They were located 100m north of Little Brown's Wood.
The site of a lime kiln which was in use during the Imperial period. It was situated 200m west of Radford Road Bridge.
The site of lime kilns, used for making lime during the Post Medieval and Imperial periods. The lime kilns were situated in the area of Newnham.
The site of a Roman settlement excavated in 1982/3 in advance of development. Evidence of domestic activity was found from the 1st century to the mid 3rd. The site lies to the north of the Tiddington Road.
The site of a clay tobacco pipe factory which was in use during the Imperial period. The factory had kilns. It stood on Market Street, Warwick.
A brick lined pit, possibly a 19th century kiln, was found and excavated during building work. It was situated at Clinton Street, Leamington Spa.
The possible site of a brick kiln dating to the Imperial period at Crown Hill is suggested by documentary evidence.