Early 20th century mill weir with remains of 19th century or earlier wooden sluice. Associated with the water management features for Baginton Mill.
The site of a deserted settlement of Medieval date within the outer enclosure of Boteler's Castle, suggested by earthworks and a scatter of pottery sherds. Evidence suggests that it was abandoned by the mid thirteenth century. The site lies 200m east of Oversley Castle.
Archaeological work revealed the site of a large drain dating to the Imperial period. It was located 500m south west of Beaudesert Mount.
Earlswood Lakes, a series of canal reservoirs, created in the Imperial period to serve the Stratford upon Avon canal. A pumping station survives, but the engine has been removed from the building.
Haseley Pumping Station which was built towards the end of the Imperial period. It is situated 400m south east of Haseley Knob.
Evidence of Iron Age/ Romano British settlement uncovered during a series of evaluations and excavations. The site is located 600m to the east of Marsh Farm, Salford Priors.
Culvert, constructed of late 18th century bricks, was recorded 12m south-east of the modern bridge across the Finham Brook in Kenilworth.
A large, circular, brick cistern, surrounded by demolition rubble, was recorded during a watching brief to the rear of Dudley House, Kenilworth.
Medieval features, including pits, post holes and a stone-lined cistern, were excavated at a site in Stratford Road, Alcester.