|Anderton Boat Lift
53°16′22″N 2°31′50″W / 53.2727°N 2.5305°W
||An electrical lift to raise and lower boats between the Weaver Navigation and the Trent and Mersey Canal.
||Mound of earth and stone
53°17′45″N 2°12′45″W / 53.2959°N 2.2126°W
||The foundations of the platform for one of a series of beacons in response to the threat of invasion. The beacon was restored in 1779 and blown down in 1931.
53°17′51″N 2°40′19″W / 53.2974°N 2.6719°W
||A dovecote on the site of Aston Old Hall. One of the few double dovecotes in England, now without a roof or dividing wall.
|Bank Quay Transporter Bridge
53°22′56″N 2°36′33″W / 53.3821°N 2.6091°W
||This a disused transporter bridge within the works of Joseph Crosfield and Sons. It is also a Grade II* listed building.
53°08′03″N 2°40′06″W / 53.1343°N 2.6682°W
||A unique cast iron lock designed by Thomas Telford on the Shropshire Union Canal.
53°07′37″N 2°37′56″W / 53.1269°N 2.6323°W
||Locks on the Shropshire Union Canal, with the associated bridge and stables. The locks are also listed at Grade II*.
|Burton Manor icehouse
53°15′33″N 3°01′43″W / 53.2591°N 3.0287°W
|Early 19th century
||An ice house in the grounds of Burton Manor. It is cut in rock and has gas lighting and a food preparation area, which are both unusual features.
|Crossley (or Colleymill) Bridge
53°11′21″N 2°09′50″W / 53.1892°N 2.1640°W
|A two-arched stone bridge carrying the A54 road over the River Dane. It is also listed at Grade II.
|Danebower colliery chimney
53°13′36″N 1°59′14″W / 53.2266°N 1.9871°W
|Early 19th century
||A stone chimney for ventilation of the colliery.
53°18′04″N 2°41′20″W / 53.30109°N 2.68885°W
||The remains of the only known Mersey flat dating from before 1840.
|Former soda ash and calcium nitrate works
||Foundations of chemical works
53°16′16″N 2°26′27″W / 53.2710°N 2.4408°W
|Early 20th century
||The remains of factories, one producing soda ash by the ammonia-soda process, and the other producing calcium nitrate.
|Gawsworth Old Hall
53°13′21″N 2°09′53″W / 53.2226°N 2.1647°W
||The remains of an Elizabethan garden and five ornamental pools that were probably constructed by Sir Edward Fitton III for open air entertainment.
|Great Moreton Hall icehouse tower
||Moreton cum Alcumlow
53°07′58″N 2°14′23″W / 53.1327°N 2.2396°W
||This consists of a castellated tower over a tunnel leading to an icehouse. It is also listed at Grade II.
|Hale Duck Decoy
53°20′19″N 2°47′07″W / 53.3385°N 2.7853°W
||A pentagonal ditched enclosure containing a central pond and five curving arms. It has been restored as a nature reserve.
||Bridge and causeway
53°09′54″N 2°52′10″W / 53.1651°N 2.8694°W
||Sandstone bridge and causeway leading to platform for former moated manor house or grange.
|Jodrell Bank dovecote and pigsty
53°13′43″N 2°18′20″W / 53.2286°N 2.3056°W
|Late 17th century
||A three-storey brick structure of which the lowest storey is a pigsty and the upper two storeys constitute a dovecote.
|Kinderton Hall gardens
53°11′58″N 2°26′21″W / 53.1995°N 2.4392°W
||Earthworks of a former formal garden to the west of the medieval moat, including a prospect mound.
|Lion Salt Works
53°16′31″N 2°29′42″W / 53.2753°N 2.4949°W
||An open pan salt works in operation until 1986. It is now a museum and some of the surviving buildings are also listed at Grade II.
|Lymm Hall cockpits
53°22′45″N 2°28′37″W / 53.3793°N 2.4769°W
||Two well-preserved but overgrown cockpits built in sandstone rubble and earth.
||Earthworks and a stone
53°12′13″N 2°33′58″W / 53.2036°N 2.5662°W
||A former manor house which was demolished in 1848. The site was previously occupied by a medieval monastic grange. The monument also includes the sandstone socket stone which was previously the base of a cross.
|Murgatroyd brine shaft
||Underground mine shaft
53°11′25″N 2°26′09″W / 53.1903°N 2.4359°W
||A brine shaft dug by made which contains three 20th-century pumps.
|Newbold Astbury churchyard cross
53°09′02″N 2°13′53″W / 53.1505°N 2.2315°W
||This consists of an octagonal gritstone cross base forming two steps up to a base block which is also octagonal to which a later shaft has been added. It stands in St Mary's churchyard and is listed at Grade II.
|Norley anti-aircraft battery
||Foundations and buildings
53°17′53″N 2°20′48″W / 53.2981°N 2.3467°W
||The foundations of housing for four heavy anti-aircraft guns, a reinforced concrete generator, the gunshed building and the command post.
|Over churchyard cross
53°10′54″N 2°31′29″W / 53.1816°N 2.5248°W
||A yellow sandstone stepped octagonal base with the lower section of a shaft which has been truncated to form a sundial. It stands in St Chad's churchyard and is listed at Grade II.
53°01′46″N 2°47′14″W / 53.0294°N 2.7872°W
|Medieval and post-medieval
||Platforms for buildings, hollow ways and ridge and furrow cultivation remains suggest a deserted village.
53°24′33″N 2°39′15″W / 53.4091°N 2.6541°W
||The underground remains of a former USAAF fort with rusted items, including hydraulic jacks, which lie under a circular concrete slab.
|Poynton Hall icehouse
53°21′17″N 2°06′27″W / 53.3548°N 2.1074°W
||Built from local sandstone, most of the icehouse is below ground level. It is listed at Grade II.
|Puddington anti-aircraft gunsite
53°15′11″N 2°59′49″W / 53.2530°N 2.9970°W
||Remains of four gun pits, the command post and ruined ancillary buildings. Built in the Second World War to house heavy anti-aircraft guns.
53°13′35″N 2°24′33″W / 53.2263°N 2.4093°W
||An airfield used by the RAF during the Second World War. Included are the Defence Headquarters, a gun pit, an aircrew sleeping shelter, and four pillboxes (three complete and one demolished).
|Shocklach churchyard cross
53°02′45″N 2°50′57″W / 53.0458°N 2.8492°W
||This is in red sandstone and consists of three steps and a plinth with a partly restored shaft in St Edith's churchyard. It is listed at Grade II.
|Sutton anti-aircraft gunsite
||Gun emplacements and buildings
53°18′32″N 2°40′42″W / 53.3090°N 2.6783°W
||This was a heavy anti-aircraft gunsite built in the Second World War. The remains consist of five gun emplacements, the command post, two garages and a generator building.
|Tilstone Hall gateway
53°08′36″N 2°38′24″W / 53.1433°N 2.6399°W
|Late 16th/early 17th century
||The ruin of a gateway to a house which was demolished about 1740. It is also listed at Grade II.
|West Mine Plant
53°17′39″N 2°12′40″W / 53.2942°N 2.2112°W
||A mining complex in the mid-19th century producing and treating copper, lead and cobalt ores.
|Wrenbury lifting bridge
53°01′41″N 2°36′46″W / 53.0281°N 2.6128°W
||A wooden lifting bridge carrying a road over the Llangollen Canal designed by Thomas Telford. It is also listed at Grade II.