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101.

Static Aircraft Displays allows ratings

by:  Static Aircraft Displays 

This category is for aircraft of the world, both civilian and military, that are on permanent display at airports, in parks, at museums, and many other places.

102.

Pubs and Inns allows ratings

by:  Pubs and Inns Managers 

Pubs and Inns are the true heart of any town or village and one of the only ways for visitors to sample real community life. Most have excellent home cooked food and wonderful beer. Some even offer roaring fires and a truly unique ambiance.

103.

Milestones allows ratings

by:  Milestone Managers 

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

104.

Lucky 7 allows ratings

by:  Lucky 7 

This is a Waymark game to find at least seven Waymarks in a given radius. You can find and submit more than seven, but you can only use each of the Waymark departments once. All must be your Waymarks. All must be within a half-mile (0.8 KM) radius. For an extra challenge, limit the radius to a tenth of a mile (0.16 KM). Some of us WM in target rich environment. Any future nearby Lucky Seven Waymarks cannot reuse a Waymark (WM) used in a previous WM. This means you can only use each WM once.

105.

Methodist Churches

by:  Methodists 

From its ambitious beginnings in 1729, Methodism is now the way of worship for over seventy-five million people worldwide. These Methodist congregations, in all their flavours, gather in buildings specific for Methodist worship. It is for buildings currently and formerly used as Methodist Churches that this category has been created.

106.

Lion Statues allows ratings

by:  Lion Statues Managers 

We're looking for Lions, all over the world.

107.

Ghost Signs allows ratings

by:  The Wall Dogs 

Faded, painted signs, at least 50 years old, on an exterior building wall heralding an obsolete product, an outdated trademark or a clue to the history of the building's occupancy.

108.

Direction and Distance Arrows allows ratings

by:  Direction and distance markers 

This category contains direction and distance markers -- signs with multiple physical "arrows" (think of a small slat with a name and arrow painted on it), each pointing to a separate location (with the distance to that location indicated). Note that this category is intended to include only signs that point to distant places.

109.

Flora and Fauna Information Signs allows ratings

by:  Flora and Fauna Enthusiasts 

The category will enable people to locate signs that highlight interesting facts about the local flora and fauna.

110.

Mosaics allows ratings

by:  We love mosaics 

This category is about mosaics you can find anywhere in the world both ancient and modern. Please note: We do need a close-up photo of the mosaic to make sure it is a mosaic. Please click on "show additional information" below to see requirements for posting in this category.

111.

Former Schools

by:  School Daze 

The Former Schools category is for Waymarking former school buildings.

112.

Windmills allows ratings

by:  Windmills Worldwide 

Since ancient times, man has harnessed the power of the wind to provide assistance in various tasks. Grain milling, water pumping, threshing, and sawmills were common, as well as a means to provide electricity in more modern times. A good resource for widmill history and design can be found at: http://www.windmillworld.com/windmills/history.htm

113.

Public Land Survey Marks

by:  Public Land Survey Marks 

Waymark all Public Land Survey System (PLSS) marks used to define property and public land divisions throughout the world.

114.

Michigan Historical Markers allows ratings

by:  Michigan Historic Markers 

Waymark and photograph Official Michigan Historic Markers.

115.

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.

116.

Philatelic Photographs allows ratings

by:  Philatelic Photographers 

The object of this category is to find specific sites depicted on official government issued postage stamps, photograph them and record the coordinates.

117.

Baptist Churches allows ratings

by:  Baptist Church Seekers 

Baptist refers to individuals belonging to a Baptist church or a Baptist denomination, a Christian denomination that baptizes believers by immersion in water as a public display of their faith. This category is to document the locations of both active and former Baptist Church buildings.

118.

Stone Bridges allows ratings

by:  Bridge Masters 

Stone bridges of all types

119.

Population Signs allows ratings

by:  Statisticians 

Population statistics are being displayed in many ways such as 'Welcome Signs' or just plain signs with the Town name and population.

120.

Hiking and walking trailheads allows ratings

by:  Hiking and Walking Trailheads 

This category is for marking the trailheads and access points to hiking and walking trails (could also be multi-use trails, as long as hiking and walking are allowed).

121.

Police Stations allows ratings

by:  The Police 

Police stations, sub stations or other buildings related to police work.

122.

Anchors

by:  Anchors Away 

Anchors 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 Anchor 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.

123.

Outdoor Warning Sirens allows ratings

by:  Warning Siren Group 

Civil Defense Sirens (outdoor warning devices) are all over the US (and the world)! Is there one of these structures in your community, legacy of the Cold War paranoia?

124.

Stolpersteine allows ratings

by:  Stolpernde Steine 

Stolpersteine - A project that keeps alive the memory of displaced and downtrodden Jews, gypsies, homosexuals, political refugees, and all other victims during the national socialism era.

125.

Country Churches allows ratings

by:  Country Churches 

Country Churches. We have all seen these very rural beautiful symbols of our past out in rural areas in our community. They stand tall and majestic and are a symbol of a way of living that once was. Country Churches are just what the name states. Churches in the country. They are NOT "within city limits". They may have a farm nearby because most of them do. But, they are located at least ONE MILE(1 mile) or more AWAY from a POPULATED hamlet/city/town/or village.

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