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Converted Firehouses allows ratings

by:  Converted Firehouses 

We're looking for former firehouses that have been converted to new uses. Restaurants, stores, private residences, whatever.

William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody allows ratings

by:  Buffalo Bill Scouts 

Locations related to the life, travels and memory of William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody, legendary hero and showman of the American West.

Martello Towers allows ratings

by:  Martello Towers  

The Irish coastline is dotted with the famous Martello Towers, small round towers with flat roofs. These towers were designed and built as lookout posts during the Napoleonic Wars.

Mosques allows ratings

by:  Moslem Art & Architecture - Mosques 

This category is a place to log the location of any official mosque, past or present. It includes structures that were originally mosques and then converted to other purposes. Suitable candidates for this category which are present day mosques must have clear signage and the word "mosque" or its equivalent in the local language included on the sign or website/website reference if one exists. Sites which are only "Islamic Centers" are not included in this category.

People-Named Places allows ratings

by:  The Selection Committee 

The purpose of this category is to document specific cities, counties, airports, bridges, dams and buildings that are named after a person.

Geographic High Points allows ratings

by:  High Points 

The point of this category is to list the political area high points including continents, countries, states, provinces, counties, parishes, territories, districts and similar political entities.

Abandoned Air Force Radar Sites allows ratings

by:  Abandoned Air Force Radar Sites 

This group would help us preserve some of our history, highlighting abandoned Air Force radar stations from the cold war era. There were many radar sites all around the country.

Jack In The Box allows ratings

by:  Jack in the box 

A place to Waymark all of the 2100 plus Jack locations.

Hospitals allows ratings

by:  Hospitals 

A hospital is an institution for health care, often but not always providing for longer-term patient stays. Today, hospitals are usually funded by the state, health organizations (for profit or non-profit), health insurances or charities, including direct charitable donations. In history, however, they were often founded and funded by religious orders or charitable individuals and leaders. Hospitals are nowadays staffed by professional physicians, surgeons and nurses.

Diplomatic Missions allows ratings

by:  Diplomacy Rules 

A category to waymark diplomatic missions around the world.

E Clampus Vitus Historical Markers allows ratings

by:  E Clampus Vitus Historical Markers 

To discover and record the location of E Clampus Vitus Historical Markers. We are looking for E Clampus Vitus markers that serve as a reminder and commemoration of those obscure people, places or events that might have otherwise gone unnoticed or been lost or forgotten.

Dunkin Donuts' allows ratings

by:  Dunkin Donuts 

Dunkin Donuts restaurants worldwide.

George Washington  allows ratings

by:  Here's George 

The goal of this category is to locate and document George's image on permanent display, as well as places named in his honor. Please do not include any bushes, trees, stones, etc. It can be a park, but no streets. Nothing accepted otherwise, including George slept here or said this. These are the requirements that must be met for this category.

Wastewater Treatment Facilities

by:  Ye Olde Turd Mill 

Wastewater collection and treatment is the ultimate "Cinderella Service". Greatly under funded/appreciated, it has been the single greatest advancement in public health in the history of mankind. We each produce about 100 gallons of wastewater a day and yet it all disappears down the drain never to be seen again. So where does this vile stuff go and how is it reclaimed? This category is a technical catalog of Wastewater Treatment Facilities around the world.

Milestones allows ratings

by:  Milestone Managers 

Old solid roadside markers indicating destinations and/or the distance to travel there.

Historic Reenactments allows ratings

by:  Historic Reenactments 

Reenactments that depict a historical event, whether it be perpetual (i.e., Colonial Williamsburg - Virginia), annual (i.e., Battle of Largs - Scotland, Anchorage Fur Rendezvous - Alaska), or ocassionally (i.e., Battle of St. Fagans - Wales). It must be a living history type event (not theatrical or fantasy) based on an actual historical event or person.

Monopoly in the Real World

by:  Monopoly Boards 

Waymark the specific real world locations that can be found on any edition of Monopoly or its variants. Please click on "show additional information" below to see requirements for posting in this category.

U.S. Route 99 - The Pacific Highway

by:  U.S. 99 Road Trippers 

U.S. Route 99 ran from the border of Mexico to the border of Canada and was the major north/south highway for the West Coast of the United States for decades. This category seeks to waymark the unique pieces of Americana and history that still lie along this long ago supplanted route.

British Columbia Heritage Markers allows ratings

by:  British Columbia Heritage Markers 

The British Columbia Heritage Markers category waymarks Historical Markers that have been installed by the Province of British Columbia or other historic markers placed throughout the province of B.C.

Lifeboats and Rescue Stations

by:  Lifeboats 

This category will be about shore based life boats (i.e. rescue boats) and their stations.
In Europe, lifeboats are typically manned by volunteers, where as in the United States rescue operations are typically managed by a variety of government agencies.

Ancient Traces and Roads allows ratings

by:  Ancient Traces 

Many ancient migratory paths of buffalo and other grazing mammals served as the basis of some of our current routes. Aboriginal people would often use the paths to hunt these same animals, as well as to travel throughout their territories. Early military expeditions and explorers took advantage of the existing routes to travel into the wilderness. Settlers also used these same paths to travel into the new territories. Eventually many of these became the basis of our modern roads.

Orthodox Churches allows ratings

by:  Orthodox Churches 

This is to document all Orthodox Church buildings around the world, whether they be associated with Eastern or Oriental Orthodoxy. One of their most recognizable features are their domes. The Orthodox Church has been around since the 1st Century.

Whitewater Rafting Trips allows ratings

by:  White Water Rafting Trips 

This is to waymark whitewater rafting trips by companies that run them, whether they be guided or self-guided, from Class I - VI.

Closed Drive-In Theatres allows ratings

by:  Dark Drive-In Theatres 

A Waymarking category\database to log closed drive-in theatres and locations where a drive-in historically once stood.

Independent Movie Rental Shops allows ratings

by:  Be Kind, Rewind 

A category to waymark all independent movie rental shops. No national chains/franchises accepted.

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