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Outhouses allows ratings

by:  Seated Leaders 

Old-fashioned privies/outhouses/backhouses -- outdoor toilets with no plumbing

Independent Hot Dog Restaurants

by:  Hot Doggin' It 

Hot dogs often conjure up thoughts of warm summers at a picnic or a night at a baseball game. Depending on where you live, hot dogs may be known by some other name such as franks, red hots, white hots, footers, or coneys. Thousands of restaurants all around the world, some dating back to the late 1800s, serve up hot dogs which are topped with a variety of condiments that vary by region and even by city.

English Heritage - Cadw - Historic Scotland allows ratings

by:  English Heritage 

To find Properties owned or managed in the UK by English Heritage, Cadw (Welsh Historic Monuments) and Historic Scotland. Not to be confused with The National Trust which is a seperate waymark category.

Eternal Flames allows ratings

by:  Torch Keepers 

Locate all the eternal flames in the world and tell about the history and the meaning of the flame.

Lawn Bowling  allows ratings

by:  Bowlers 

This group of bowlers is more fair weather than those that like to stay indoors and knock down pins. The objective of this group is to waymark locations where some form of Bowls is played, whether it be lawn bowling or bocci or Pétanque any other local form. The location must be a permanent facility specifically for the sport.

666 Sightings

by:  Taboo? 

A place to waymark permanent sightings of the number 666.

Domino's Pizza

by:  Domino's Pizza 

Any Domino's Pizza location globally can be Waymarked here.

Vintage Movie Theaters

by:  Vintage Theater Nuts 

This category is meant for buildings that are still classic theaters or buildings that once were theaters. If it is no longer a theater, then it must still have the theater features.
Also no waymark will be accepted if the building was built after 1950 unless there is an amazing story behind the theater.

Uncommon Crossing Signs

by:  Uncommon Crossing Signs 

This Category is for waymarking crossing signs, not the common "Pedestrian", or "Bicycle," but the not so common ones, like "surfer" or "duck"...

Festivals allows ratings

by:  Festival Go-ers 

This category has been created to document and find ANNUAL local festivals all around the world. This includes any festival from Soybean Festival to an Iris Festival. If your community is known for the festival, then by all means it should be here!

Nations Within Nations allows ratings

by:  Nations Within 

Nations Within are "nations within nations" around the world. These can be known as Indian Reservations in the U.S., Reserves in Canada, Native Title Act in Australia. These are areas set aside for native, indigenous people of a country.

Alberta Heritage Markers allows ratings

by:  Alberta Heritage Markers 

The Alberta Heritage Markers category waymarks Historical Markers that have been installed by Alberta Tourism, Parks, Recreation and Culture or other historic markers placed throughout the Province of Alberta.

Connecticut Historical Markers allows ratings

by:  Connecticut Historic 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. This category is for those markers found in the state of Connecticut.

Alaska Historic Markers allows ratings

by:  Alaskan Historic 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. This category is for those markers found in the state of Alaska.

Outdoor Stations of the Cross

by:  Outdoor Stations of the Cross 

The Stations of the Cross refers to the depiction of the final hours (or Passion) of Jesus, and the devotion commemorating the Passion.

Paramedic Stations allows ratings

by:  Paramedic 

Locations of Paramedic Stations.

Movie Theater Meals

by:  Silver Screen & Grub Connoisseurs 

The goal is to find a movie theater that serves dinner to you at your seat.

Elevation Signs

by:  The Elevated 

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

Vintage Gasoline Pumps allows ratings

by:  Grease Monkeys 

Vintage gasoline pumps made prior to 1965 on permanent display

Churchyard Cemeteries allows ratings

by:  Night Watchers 

Churchyards cemeteries are those located on the property of a church, or in close proximity.

U.S. Revolutionary War Memorials allows ratings

by:  American Patriots 

Memorials and monuments honoring those who fought in the United States Revolutionary War, also known as the War of Independence.

VFW Posts allows ratings

by:  Honor Guard 

The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States - VFW Post buildings

Nobel Laureates allows ratings

by:  Nobel Prize Committee 

Memorials, monuments, and sites honoring the Nobel Laureates of the world.

Montana Historical Markers allows ratings

by:  Montana Historians 

Distinct red wood signs and Interpretive signs containing historical information found along the highways throughout Montana.

Lustron Homes allows ratings

by:  Disciples of Strandlund 

Carl Strandlund, inventor of the porcelain-enameled steel Lustron home. The Lustron Corporation in Columbus, Ohio produced almost 2,500 of these solid steel homes between 1949 and 1950 before declaring bankruptcy. The ranch style homes usually had two or three bedrooms. Some even had garages. The majority of the 2498 Lustron homes built are still standing today. How many can we find?

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