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Amateur Radio Repeaters

by:  Amateur Radio Repeaters Group 

This category contains location and technical information about amateur radio repeaters.


Hawaiian Historical Markers allows ratings

by:  Hawaiian Historians 

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


Nuclear Power Plants

by:  Nuclear Power Plant Management Group 

Publicly viewable nuclear power plants and cooling towers. The plants can be working or out of commission.


Moomins allows ratings

by:  Moomin club 

Year 2010 is the 65th anniversary of the release of "The Moomins and the Great Flood", the first of the Moomin books writen by Finnish writer and illustrator Tove Jansson. Waymarking goal of this category is to promote knowledge of Moomins by finding Moomin characters around the world! See below for details.


Counting and Measuring Displays

by:  Counting and Measuring Displays 

This category is looking for counting and measuring displays from around the world. They must be permanent and visible from public ground.


Antarctic Points of Interest

by:  Antarctica - Managers 

The aim of this category is to catalog and encourage visits to points of interest on or pertaining to Antarctica. These places need not be on the continent, but must have a clear link to Antarctica.


Tripoints and Multipoints

by:  When Shall We Three Meet Again 

A tripoint is a geographical point at which the borders of three countries or sub-national entities meet. Our goal is to find and record all international, and national first level sub-division, border tripoints and multipoints.



by:  Gas holders 

This category tries to find structures called gasometers. This could be our last chance to record them. These exist around the world but they are becoming rare. Gasometers can be known also as gas holders and gas bells.


Humming Stones

by:  Humming Stones 

"Put your head in the hollow of the stone and hum different notes. When you hit the right note, you will feel a gentle vibrating sensation in your body. The result is a harmonious feeling of well-being." All over the world you can find Humming Stones... and here is the place to waymark them! Let's hummmmm! [:)]


Fireworks Trees  allows ratings

by:  The Pyros 

The stunning visual effects created by Fireworks Trees provide an amazingly real fireworks display. If you've seen one going you'll agree. This category is for these stunning Fireworks Trees.


Star Trek allows ratings

by:  Federation of Waymarkers 

Permanent locations directly related the STAR TREK universe. These must exist "because of" STAR TREK, not just having a similar name.


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.


Master Architects - Deconstructivism

by:  Master Architects - Deconstructivism 

Deconstructivism is an architectural movement that broke through the restraints of the traditional building "envelope" resulting in structures that sometimes seems more sculpture than architecture. Several architects emerged as leaders in the style and in this category we will waymark the work of those architects considered masters of the style. They are Peter Eisenman, Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid, Coop Himmelblau, Rem Koolhaas, Daniel Libeskind, and Bernard Tschumi.


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.


Howard Johnson's

by:  Joe's Hoes 

For most of the 20th century, the orange roof of Howard Johnson's was a familiar sight along the great American roadside. By the 1970's, there were more Howard Johnson's Restaurants than McDonald's, Burger King and Wendy's combined. Now there are only 2 still up and running. We're looking primarily for those that haven't been bulldozed, but instead have been re-purposed. And we'll take the locations that have been bulldozed, as well as the 2 remaining restaurants!


Permanent Orienteering Courses

by:  Orienteers 

This category is for waymarking permanent orienteering courses around the world.


National Wild and Scenic Rivers

by:  National Wild and Scenic Rivers 

Waymark the beginning, end or any one or more wild, scenic or recreational locations along the portion of a River that has been designated as a National Wild and Scenic River or that programs equivalent in countries outside of the United States.


Kilroy Was Here allows ratings

by:  The Kilroys 

This category is for the posting of any and all "Kilroy Was Here" locations. Also included are Chads (UK), Clems (CAN), and Foos (AUS), which of course are similar to Kilroy.


Greenwich Meridian Markers allows ratings

by:  Greenwich Meridian Markers 

A category for marking signs or objects that mark, or claim to mark, the Greenwich Meridian


Native American Trail Trees allows ratings

by:  Native American Trail Trees group 

Trail trees are trees that were modified by the American Aboriginal peoples in order to signify trails, campsites, or special locations (water supply, food, safety, etc.). Often these were oak saplings that are given a unique bend, usually pointed in the direction of the point of interest.


Millennium Trees allows ratings

by:  Millennium Trees Managers 

This category is for any variety of trees that were planted to commemorate the turning of the millennia. A plaque is typically placed nearby indicating that it is a millennium tree.


Bartram Trail Historical Markers

by:  Bartram Trailers 

William Bartram (1739-1823), an American naturalist and explorer was commissioned to explore the southeastern colonies and to collect and preserve unique specimens of plants. He was to ship the plants to England along with drawings of some of the plants and animals that he discovered. Bartram Trail Historical Markers have been erected to mark important places that William Bartram visited as he traveled through eight southern states.


Butterfield Overland Despatch Markers

by:  Smoky Hill Trail Chasers 

To locate and document the condition of the BOD (Butterfield Overland Despatch) markers set by Howard C. Raynesford in the mid 1960's to mark the trail of David A. Butterfield's stage line. There were originally 138 markers set on the 220 miles of the route between Fort Ellsworth (Fort Harker) and the Kansas/Colorado state line.


Magic Shops

by:  Magicians 

This is a category to help all you budding magicians find a place to purchase your magic props.


Watershed Markers and Monuments

by:  Watersheds 

This category looks for markers and monuments which belong to Watersheds/Divides.

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