Dozens of historic buildings in the West Midlands – including the Grade II*-listed Roundhouse in Birmingham – have been added to an "at risk" register.
English Heritage has added 69 sites from across the West Midlands to its Heritage At Risk register - a full list can be read below - which identifies vulnerable historic properties.
The Roundhouse, in Sheepcote Street – a 19th century circular stables at the heart of Birmingham's canal network – is among those added to the list, which includes the empty Curzon Street Station and the Bishop Latimer Memorial Church of All Saints in Winson Green.
However, the Newman Brothers Coffin Furniture Works was among 55 buildings taken off the register this year after it was turned into a museum.
The Grade II*-listed Roundhouse, which is owned by the Canal & River Trust, could be converted into a community hub under plans unveiled earlier this year.
However, a spokeswoman for English Heritage said as things stood it was at risk.
She said: "All four buildings are in poor condition. A repair and development scheme planned in 2013 has not happened. The Roundhouse is mainly vacant and clearly deteriorating. The roof is poor with dislodged tiles and open joints at ridge level. The brickwork is poor in part, with open joints and plant growth. The gutters are generally in fair condition but some are dislodged.
"The surface of the inclined cobbled courtyard is badly deformed by car traffic and parking."
While the horseshoe-shaped former stables was added to the register this year for its crumbling roof and damaged brickwork, English Heritage said there was hope for the future.
The Canal & River Trust hopes to give the site a new purpose by transforming it into an urban recreation centre from which to explore the city and beyond on foot, by bike or by water.
Meanwhile, Curzon Street Station, still empty and unused, remains on the register as fears grow that plans for HS2 in Birmingham underestimate the potential this iconic piece of railway heritage has to contribute to the regeneration of the city's Eastside.
The Newman Brothers works, in the Jewellery Quarter, was finally taken off the list after ten years.
The building, created in 1894 to produce coffin fittings, was saved this year by grants from English Heritage and Heritage Lottery Fund and turned into a museum.
This year's Heritage at Risk register has 52 churches and places of worship in the West Midlands added while 16 have come off. Twenty archaeological sites have also been removed but eight added, with three conservation areas removed.
Over the year, more than £1.4 million has been given in English Heritage grants to help some of the region's best loved and most important historic sites.
Another to be removed from the list was Hagley Hall, near Hagley in Worcestershire, after repairs to its rotunda and gardens restored it to its former glory.
Sarah Lewis, heritage at risk principal in the West Midlands for English Heritage, said: "The enthusiasm and commitment of owners is essential for our heritage.
"Almost half the sites removed from the register have been saved by owners, from a moated site at Tardebigge in Worcestershire, to Lilleshall park and garden saved by a thorough conservation management plan.
"Tapping into this will continue to be a core priority for our heritage at risk team in the coming years."
The full list of buildings is:
● Horseshoe-shaped former stables and stores (City of Birmingham Engineers Depot), Ladywood
● Numbers 36 and 37 and archway in between (Whitefriars Gate), 36 and 37, Much Park Street, Coventry
● Parish Church of St Thomas, High Street, Dudley
● Bishop Latimer Memorial Church of All Saints, Handsworth New Road, Winson Green
● Church of St Luke, Upper Villiers Street, Wolverhampton
● Church of St John, High Street, Dudley
● Church of St Michael, Rugby Road, Weston under Wetherley
● Church of St Botolph, Church Lane, Farnborough
● Church of St Giles, Church Lane, Gaydon
● St Nicholas’ Church, Ettington Park, Ettington
● Alvecote priory and dovecote, Shuttington
● Double moated site 60 metres east of Baxterley church, Baxterley
● Alvecote priory and dovecote, Shuttington
● The Moat House, Lichfield Street
Church of St Chad, A 53, Longsdon
● The Bell Tower, Market Place, Evesham
● Mythe Bridge (that part in Civil Parish of Bushley), Tewkesbury Road, Bushley
● Church of St Andrew, St Andrew’s Street, Droitwich Spa
● Church of St Michael, Great Witley
● Church of St Michael, Knighton on Teme
● Abbey Church of Holy Cross, Church Walk, Pershore
● Church of St Laurence, Bear Hill, Alvechurch
● Church of St Faith, Berrow
● Church of St James, Hartlebury
● Church of St Peter, Hinton on the Green
● Church of St Michael, Main Street, South Littleton
● Church of St Andrew, Stanford with Orleton
● Church of St Bartholomew, High House Lane, Tutnall and Cobley
● Church of St James, Bredicot
● Christ Church, Catshill, Catshill and North Marlbrook
● Church of St Peter, Flyford Flavell
● Christ Church, Avenue Road, Barnards Green, Malvern
● Holy Trinity Church, Worcester Road, Link Top, Malvern
● Moated site 130 metres north east of Moorgreen Farm, Alvechurch
● Feckenham manorial moated site, Feckenham
● Bedlam Furnaces, The Gorge
● Castle Pulverbatch motte and bailey castle with outer bailey, 100 metres NNW of Brook
● Mary Magdalene’s Church, Hadnall
● Motte and bailey castle 100 metres west of Holy Trinity Church, Lydham
● Church of St Michael, Munslow
● Abbey Church of the Holy Cross, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury
● Church of St Peter, Wrockwardine
● Church of St John the Baptist, Kenley
● Church of St John the Baptist, Myndtown
● Church of St Mark, Chirbury with Brompton
● Church of St Peter, Church Road, Oakengates
● Post-Medieval house at Willey Court, Willey
● Church of St Mary, Abbey Dore
● Church of St Peter, Birley with Upper Hill
● Church of Holy Trinity, Main Street, Bosbury
● Church of St John the Baptist, Upper Road, Eastnor
● Church of St Mary, Middleton on the Hill
● Church of St Tysilio, Sellack
● Church of St Mary, Staunton on Wye
● Church of St Mary, Stoke Edith
● Church of St Peter and St Paul, Church Road, Weobley
● Church of St Bartholomew, Church Lane, Ashperton
● Chapel at Brockhampton Park, Brockhampton
● Church of St Dubricius, Hentland
● Church of St Peter, St Peter’s Square, Hereford
● Church of St Mary, Hope under Dinmore
● Church of St Andrew and St Mary, How Caple
● Church of St Peter, Pipe and Lyde
● Church of St Andrew, Pixley
● Church of St Mary, Turnastone
● Church of St Michael, Upper Sapey
● Church of St Lawrence, Church Lane, Weston under Penyard
● Church of St Michael, Felton