A brick-built structure of 19th or 20th century date is visible on the bank of the Inchford Brook, with a sluice gate. Its purpose is unclear.
A house originally built during the Post Medieval period and is surrounded by a park. There were additions and alterations made to the house in the Imperial period. It has recently been renovated and restored and is situated in Ullenhall.
Hawkesbury Junction Engine House, a pump house whose function was to maintain the water level. The engine house is still largely intact. These were built during the Imperial period and were situated at the junction of the Oxford and Coventry canals.
An 18th-century cess pit was recorded during a watching brief to the rear of the Red Lion, Henley-in-Arden.
A stone-built water fountain from which the people of Whichford got their water supply during the Imperial period. It was situated 400m south east of the church at Whichford.
A water fountain from which the people of Whichford got their water during the Imperial period. It is situated 500m south east of the church at Whichford.
A rectangular enclosure of unknown date which is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is situated 200m north of Harbury Lane. The 'enclosure' is most probably a sewage tank shown on the 1st edition OS map.
A linear feature of unknown date is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is situated 500m north of Shelford.
Whitacre Heath Pumphouse which was built during the Imperial period. It was situated 75m east of Cottage Lane, Nether Whitacre Heath.
Alcester pump house which was in use during the Imperial period. It was used to pump water to a reservoir on Grunt Hill. The water wheel is still visible but the parts of the pump house are not. It was situated 200m north of the church at Arrow.