Beginning near Pool Meadow and moving anticlockwise around Coventry, the twelve gates were:
Although the demolition date has not been recorded for every gate, in 1810 William Reader stated that Bastille gate (Mill Lane) plus the still extant Swanswell and Cook Street gates were the only ones remaining. If anyone can supply dates for the removal of any of the other gates, I will be very grateful.
See the 1610 map of Coventry to find out how the wall and gates were arranged. In this modern day map you can see the exact course that the wall would have taken had it still been standing today. I have highlighted the surviving sections of the wall in red and linked each of them to the relevant parts in this section so that you can easily locate the remains for yourselves using the photographs.