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76.

Arch Bridges allows ratings

by:  Arch Bridges 

Place all bridges here which you find are constructed with an arch used as the main load bearing structure. This type of bridge design is one of the oldest and longest lasting. Several stone arch bridges made over 1000 years ago are still standing today, even without the use of mortar. No arch bridge is too small or too big for this category.

77.

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.

78.

Dedicated Trees

by:  Dedicated Trees 

A category to waymark trees dedicated to specific people.

79.

Grave of a Famous Person

by:  FamousGravesGroup 

Locations of the final resting places of famous individuals.

80.

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.

81.

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.

82.

Waterway Locks, Planes and Lifts allows ratings

by:  Waterway Locks, Planes and Lifts Group 

List examples of locks, planes, lifts and other methods to move boats between different elevations.

83.

Monuments Historiques Français allows ratings

by:  Monuments historiques français 

[EN] Monument historique is a State procedure in France by which heritage protection is extended to a building or a specific part of a building, a collection of buildings or an entire neighborhood, or gardens, bridges, and other structures, because of their architectural and historical importance. [FR] En France, le classement ou l'inscription comme monument historique est une servitude d’utilité publique visant à protéger un édifice remarquable par son histoire ou son architecture.

84.

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.

85.

Florida Historical Markers allows ratings

by:  Florida Historic Markers 

Seek out a Florida Historical Marker. Record the coordinates, text, and a picture of the marker.

86.

Churchyard Cemeteries allows ratings

by:  Night Watchers 

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

87.

Relief Art Sculptures allows ratings

by:  Relief Art Curators 

Locate and waymark all Relief Art Sculptures throughout the world, starting in your own town! (Note: Reliefs that form part of an object that falls into another category are no longer accepted). The relief MUST be a stand-alone piece of art -- not attached to or forming part of an object that can be submitted in another category (such as Frieze Art, all statue categories, all sculpture categories and any other category where relief artwork is part of a broader piece of work).

88.

Headstones of Centenarians

by:  Hundred and Up 

Headstones for Centenarians is a category for the collection and documentation of headstones that detail the honored as being aged at 100 years old or over at the time of their demise.

89.

Stone Church Artefacts

by:  Historical Researchers 

This category is for stone church artefacts, objects can be entered in this category from within and around churches. We are looking for unusual objects; we do not want it to be a category of duplicate waymarks.

90.

Anglican and Episcopal Churches

by:  House of Waymarkers 

This category documents the locations of active and former Anglican and Episcopal Church buildings.

91.

Red Telephone Boxes

by:  Red Telephone Boxes 

Classic British red telephone boxes, as designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, especially those which have been moved from their original locations.

92.

Outside Wooden Display Carvings allows ratings

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.

93.

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.

94.

Histoire du Quebec (Quebec Historical Markers) allows ratings

by:  Histoire du Quebec (Quebec Historical Markers) 

[FR] Catégorie référençant les repères officiels du patrimoine culturel de la province de Québec. [ENG] Category to collect official cultural heritage markers of the Quebec province.

95.

Tourist Information Centers - Visitor Centers allows ratings

by:  Local Information  

To create a list of government/chamber of commerce operated facilities that allow travelers to find out about local information and things to do during their visit in town.

96.

European Historic Survey Stones, Monuments and Benchmarks allows ratings

by:  European Survey History 

This category is for Survey Monuments and Historical important benchmarks and survey stones located in Europe.

97.

Artistically Decorated Utility Boxes allows ratings

by:  Utility Box Art Seekers 

To locate artistically decorated utility, electrical, and traffic signal boxes.

98.

Gazebos allows ratings

by:  Gazebo Guys 

A gazebo is a octagonal,or hexagonal structure with no walls. The roof is typically supported by pillars or wooden supports placed around the outer circle of the base.

99.

UK Historical Markers

by:  Token Chroniclers 

This Category is for Waymarking all of those historical marker sites around the UK and marker sites across the world with British connections. Historical marker sites provide visitors with important, interesting information and provide us with a chance to stop to rest while travelling.

Use the approved UK Region Map to choose your Region: visit link

100.

Dated Architectural Structures Multifarious

by:  All Things Dated 

This category's mission is to seek out and document the many dated architectural structures that exist worldwide and to waymark them here as an alternative to existing categories that will not accept these dated architectural structures.

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