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201.

The Underground

by:  The underground  

Underground (tube,metro) stations around the world.

202.

Graves Mentioning a Cause of Death

by:  Graves Mentioning a Cause of Death 

The mission of this category is to seek out any graves of individuals that have a cause of death mentioned on their headstones.

203.

American Revolutionary War Veteran Graves allows ratings

by:  American Revolutionary War Veteran Graves 

They're the men who served our country before it was a country. They fought for our independence and lived and died for the cause of freedom. Let us honor their sacrifice by recording their final resting spots so others can visit them.

204.

Coin-Op Binoculars

by:  Power Windows 

Locations that have Coin-Operated Binoculars that provide an opportunity to get a closer look at a vista or sightseeing item.

205.

Boat Ramps allows ratings

by:  Boat Ramps 

Waymarks in this category mark the coordinates for powerboat launching facilities in fresh and salt waters.

206.

Airports allows ratings

by:  Air Traffic Controllers 

A tract of leveled land where aircraft can take off and land, usually equipped with hard-surfaced landing strips, a control tower, hangars, aircraft maintenance and refueling facilities, and accommodations for passengers and cargo. Also aircraft carries at sea are considered airports. ** Click on 'More Details' for posting and logging requirements **

207.

Border Crossings allows ratings

by:  Border Crossing 

The purpose of this category is to notate places where one might travel from one state, province or county to another. These should be ‘official crossings’, not just a point along the border. . These would be either the border between countries, or between the primary geographical divisions within an individual country. (Note new changes, effective October 2009)

208.

Waychapels allows ratings

by:  Waychapels  

Waychapels or Wayside Chapels (in German: Wegkapelle) can be found alongside highways, on bridges, or at the entrances to a town and have traditionally served as a respite for travellers. Typically, these chapels are open to all faiths. In modern days many of these wayside chapels have fallen to ruins, but a few still remain.

209.

Independent Pizza Restaurants allows ratings

by:  Independent Pizza Restaurants 

To list and record all independent Pizza restaurants throughout the world. Franchises need not apply.

210.

Commercial Commemorations

by:  Bizateers 

World-wide, permanent historic markers, plaques, works of art, trees, or some other public acknowledgement, erected, made or placed to celebrate or commemorate a business or corporation's anniversary celebration or some other entity, event, group, people or organization's milestone or celebration.

211.

Kentucky Historical Markers allows ratings

by:  KY Historical Markers 

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

212.

Ohio Historical Markers allows ratings

by:  OHM Managers 

The Buckeye state has a rich history. Ohio is dotted over 1,300 of these large metal historical marker signs, each giving a glimpse into our past with a short history lesson.

213.

Outdoor Basketball Courts allows ratings

by:  The Hoopties 

Places to play outdoor basketball.

214.

Oregon Historical Markers allows ratings

by:  Oregon, My Oregon 

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.

215.

Presbyterian Churches

by:  Presbyters 

Presbyterian Church buildings of all Presbyterian denominations.

216.

Places for Recycling

by:  Recyclers 

Recycling is the reprocessing of old materials into new products, with the aims of preventing the waste of potentially useful materials, reducing the consumption of fresh raw materials, reducing energy usage, reducing air (from incineration) and water (from land filling) pollution.

217.

Tim Horton's Restaurants allows ratings

by:  Tim Hortons 

Tim Hortons is really more than a restaurant to Canadians -- it's an institution. Familiar, the vast network of these doughnut shops forms a network of restful places to re-charge and get ready!

218.

Australian Heritage Sites

by:  Australian Heritage Sites 

To find and document locations that are officially listed by the respective authorities in Australia.

219.

Blue Star Memorial Highway Markers allows ratings

by:  Blue Star Memorial Highways 

Blue Star Memorial Highway Markers are located throughout the United States. Since 1945, when the Blue Star program began, they have been placed to honor the servicemen and women of the U.S. Armed Forces. Click on "show additional information" below for category requirements.

220.

Beaches allows ratings

by:  Beach Managers 

Here you can submit all your favourite beaches from all over the world. Hidden or already well-known. Beaches for swimming, beaches for surfing, beaches for sun lovers (or just lovers), beaches for walking, beaches for riding, beaches for... you name it. Beaches by the sea, beaches by a lake, beaches by a river or artificial beaches, they are all welcome.

221.

Solar Power allows ratings

by:  Sun Kings 

The mission of this category is to seek out locations where solar power is harvested for use as an alternative energy source and submit them here.

222.

Old Agricultural Equipment

by:  Old Agricultural Equipment 

NB: Please read the requirements before posting as changes and additions have been effected as of January, 2021.
This is a place to catalog old agricultural equipment from years gone by. These can be plows, harvesters, threshers, seeders, balers, etc. that are not from the modern era (pre-1970). There is a lot of interesting old machinery sitting around in fields and museums.

223.

Lavoir (wash houses) allows ratings

by:  Lavoir (wash houses) Managers 

[EN] Before the advent of affordable washing appliances, laundry was usually done in purpose-built wash houses. This is a place to post the locations of these public wash houses located around the world. [FR] Un lavoir est un bassin public alimenté en eau détournée d'une source ou d'un cours d'eau, en général couvert, où les lavandières lavaient le linge. L'utilisation des lavoirs a été progressivement abandonnée au XXe siècle.

224.

Independent Diners allows ratings

by:  Food Enthusiasts 

This Category is for Privately Owned and Operated Diners and Cafes. NO FRANCHISES!

225.

Rotary International Markers

by:  Rotary International 

A category to waymark monuments and plaques placed by Rotary International.

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