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51.

Starbucks Stores allows ratings

by:  Starbucks Coffee Group 

A waymark category to list, locate, and describe Starbucks stores.

52.

Statues of Religious Figures

by:  Religious Statues 

This category is for statues of figures that have religious significance.

53.

Bells

by:  Bell Ringers 

Bells that are on public display. Static locations only that can be viewed by the public. The option for a person to be photographed with the Bell must exist to list it here successfully. Normally these would be 'ground-based' by nature but exceptions may exist. See previously accepted listings for examples.

54.

Photos Then and Now allows ratings

by:  Photographers of History 

Find a picture taken over 50 years ago, find the spot, and take a current picture at the same spot towards the same location.

55.

New York Historical Markers allows ratings

by:  NY Historical Markers 

Roadside historic markers are our windows to the past. They educate us, they make us curious to investigate, or they provide a nice excuse to take a break and stretch our legs while we read what happened here.

56.

Bell Towers

by:  Bell Tower Managers 

To locate and waymark bell towers that are either still in use or dormant. Many towers have unique architecture and very useful in their design. Towers for this group MUST not be able to fall into either Static Displayed Bells or Carilions Waymarking groups.

57.

Elevation Signs

by:  The Elevated 

A place to waymark signs that prominently display the elevation above sea level of where they are located.

58.

Static Artillery Displays allows ratings

by:  Cannon Squad 

The category includes all various forms of artillery on static public display. Examples of this category would include old world examples like; Ballistae; catapults; and trebuchets; to new world examples like cannons and howitzers.

59.

Courthouses allows ratings

by:  Court Jesters 

Courthouses are buildings that are, or have been, primarily used to conduct judicial proceedings. American county courthouses are also sometimes used as the center of the county government.

60.

Pictorial Pub Signs

by:  Inn Signs 

This category is dedicated to finding traditional pub signs where the name of the establishment is depicted pictorially on a board hung outside the establishment.

61.

Web Cameras

by:  Web Camera Voyeurs 

Be it for traffic, weather, or just for fun, any web cameras you find can be waymarked here.

62.

Roadside Attractions allows ratings

by:  Roadside Attractions 

A roadside attraction is a large tourist attraction along side the road and is used by a community or area to present some information or history of the community or area, sometimes even just a mascott. Add the roadside attraction you have found in your travels across the country or around the world.

63.

Movie Locations allows ratings

by:  Movie and Television Shooting Locations 

In order to achieve a greater degree of realism, many movies and TV shows are shot on location away from studio backlots. These locations can be anywhere in the world. Maybe in your home town! Please be aware that there are specific posting requirements for this category. To view them, please click on "more detail" next to the category name above.

64.

Blue Plaques allows ratings

by:  Blue Plaques Group 

A "blue plaque" is a sign attached to a house where (maybe) someone famous once lived, or placed where a notable event took place, or attached to a building that is remarkable in another way. Note: Please see additional updates below for some minor adjustment to the Requirements for this Category made on 12/27/2008.

65.

Coats of Arms

by:  Heraldists 

Your mission is to find any interesting static manifestation of heraldry in the form of coat of arms - connected with aristocratic families (noble family coat of arms), burgher arms (used by famous commoners), church or knight orders, universities and towns. The commercial and state (country) coat of arms are excluded from this category...

66.

Pennsylvania Historical Markers allows ratings

by:  Keystone State Historians 

Roadside historic markers are our windows to the past. They educate us, they make us curious to investigate, or they provide a nice excuse to take a break and stretch our legs while we read what happened here. Pennsylvania's historic marker program is a great way to learn the history of the Keystone State! See waymark creation and logging requirements below.

67.

World War II Memorials / Monuments allows ratings

by:  World War 2 Memorials 

Catalog, waypoint and photograph Monuments dedicated to those who served in, or died during, WWII (World War Two).

68.

Michigan Historical Markers allows ratings

by:  Michigan Historic Markers 

Waymark and photograph Official Michigan Historic Markers.

69.

Stained Glass Windows allows ratings

by:  Stained Glass Windows 

Permanently attached stained glass windows.

70.

Castles allows ratings

by:  Castles Managers 

This category is for listing castles ancient and modern. The castles can be public or private, intact or ruined.

71.

Grave of a Famous Person

by:  FamousGravesGroup 

Locations of the final resting places of famous individuals.

72.

Milestones allows ratings

by:  Milestone Managers 

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

73.

Outside Wooden Display Carvings

by:   Wood Carvers 

All types of wooden carvings on permanent display including "chainsaw carvings", "totem poles" & "cigar store Indians" along roadways in parks in front of stores, lodges and wherever they may be placed for outdoor public display.
*Wooden signs do not meet this category's criteria (those currently accepted previous to Feb 4 2008 will be grandfathered). The wooden display must be of a sculpture format. The carving must be made of wood and not resin reproductions.

74.

Zinc Headstones allows ratings

by:  Zinc Inc. 

This category is for listing Zinc, or "White Bronze" headstones and war memorials. These markers can be found throughout North America, and are easily recognized by their bluish-gray color, and raised lettering.

75.

Superlatives allows ratings

by:  Extremists 

Discover items, places, people, events, etc. that represent the extremes of their class, identified by any superlative (with a few exceptions).

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