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Fish and Chips Restaurants

by:  Malt and Salt 

Restaurants whose only or primary meal is fish and chips. From "Long John Silvers" and "Arthur Treacher's" to family or independently owned and operated locations that fry up fish for their hungry patrons.


by:  AMVETS  

AMVETS (American Veterans) Organization Posts.

Jimmy Buffett

by:  Parrotheads 

Jimmy Buffett is a singer-songwriter, author, businessman and subculture icon that's fueled the subtropic daydreams of parrotheads worldwide. Waymark locations that are dedicated and relevant to Jimmy Buffett and his music.

Bait Shops allows ratings

by:  MVCA Goes Waymarking 

Everyone who has ever picked up a fishing pole has at one time or another strolled through a bait shop. Large or small they all have one thing in common, they all sell bait for fishing. In order to qualify for this category your shop must sell bait.

LEED Buildings

by:  The LEEDers 

The purpose of this Category is to Waymark Buildings with one of four levels (e.g. Bronze/Certified, Silver, Gold, or Platinum) of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design(LEED) Certification.

Auto Clubs

by:  Travel Bugs 

Auto Club offices and centers world-wide that are part of the "Show Your Card" network, such as the AAA Auto Clubs in the U.S. and the ARC affiliated clubs in Europe.

Presbyterian Churches

by:  Presbyters 

Presbyterian Church buildings of all Presbyterian denominations.

Railroad Maintenance-Of-Way Equipment allows ratings

by:  I've Been Working On The Railroad 

A place to waymark railroad "MOW" or Maintenance-Of-Way equipment

Korean Historic Sites

by:  Land of the Morning Calm 

Officially designated Korean Historical Sites, Treasures, National Treasures, and Monuments both national, provincial, and municipal.

Petting Farms and Zoos

by:  Feed the Animals 

Petting farms and zoos are places created expressly to allow people, especially children, to interact with animals, domestic or wild.

Rolling Ball Sculpture allows ratings

by:  Ball Rollers 

Rolling Ball Sculptures, also known as Kinetic Sculptures or Gravitram Sculptures, mainly rely on gravity and one motor to move balls around the track in a varying and intricate pattern. Some include audio, water, or time keeping components.

Antique and Classic Car Dealerships allows ratings

by:  Classic Cars where older is better 

Antique and Classic Car Dealerships is created to highlight places that Classic / Vintage Cars Cars are the primary item displayed and are for sale. They can be found here in the U.S., Canada and in Europe. This category is listed under Business/Commerce.


by:  The Sea Rats 

Yo ho, me scurvy dogs! We be looking for waymarking treasures that would shiver the timbers of the true buccaneer. Our plunder includes historic pirate sites, museum exhibits, ports and other booty significant to pirate history and the buccaneers of legend and lore.

Painted Mailboxes allows ratings

by:   Mailbox Graffiti Artists 

To show off the many hand painted mailboxes that someone has hand decorated with a mural or a painting. - Not to be confused with the Category of "Themed Homemade Mailboxes" - (See link in "Long Description" below) Single photo Waymarks submitted before Oct. 01-2009 will be grandfathered.

Independent Pharmacies

by:  Independent Pharmacies 

A category to waymark independent pharmacies. National chains/franchises will not be accepted as they are listed in individual categories.


by:  Bell Boyz  

The goal of this category is to locate and photograph traditional examples of carillons throughout the world. Talk about your heavy metal music, these are considered to be some of the heaviest of musical instruments. We are not looking for simple bell towers with just a few bells, and certainly are not interested in electronic ones. We will take those that have been converted over, but still have the bells within. Portable ones are an option, too.

Viquesney's Spirit of the Doughboy Statues

by:  "Viquesney" Statues 

We are seeking the famous “Doughboy Statues” created by E.M. Viquesney to document the history and contributions of this Great American Sculptor. Viquesney created his Doughboy in response to a national interest to honor those who died, were wounded, or served in the World War.

Zippy the Pinhead Locations

by:  Are We Having Fun Yet? 

The purpose of this category is to locate and waymark specific locations featured in Zippy the Pinhead Comics.

Carl's Jr./Hardee's Restaurants allows ratings

by:  CKE Restaurants 

We are looking for CKE Restaurants which include Carl's Jr. in the Western US and Hardee's in the Eastern US in addition to the dual-branded Carl's Jr./Green Burrito and Hardee's/Red Burrito locations. The 3,000+ stand-alone stores, food court and airport locations around the world (in 43 states and in 13 countries) can be waymarked here.

Knights of Columbus Councils

by:  Knights of Columbus 

We would like to locate the 14,000+ Knights of Columbus meeting halls, and note any interesting historical and architectural significance.

Synagogues allows ratings

by:  The Scribes 

A synagogue is a Jewish house of prayer, found the world over, known as synagogues, temples, shuls or other local terms.

Independent Artist Supply Stores allows ratings

by:  Independent Artist Store Keepers 

This category was created to waymark independent artist supply stores.

Signs of History

by:  Sign Historians 

You see them everywhere - on the sides of buildings, at waysides, bolted to rocks - signs that commemorate the history of an area. WARNING: There are already many historic marker categories restricted to geographic areas, particular subjects, or official lists. If the marker you are trying to Waymark fits in one of the existing categories, it is NOT allowed here. This category was conceived to fill the gaps these other categories miss. Click on "show additional information" before posting.

John F. Kennedy allows ratings

by:  Ask not what your country can do for you . . . 

Our goal is to find sites honoring or related to the life and legacy of the 35th president of the United States, John F. Kennedy.

Artificial Climbing Walls

by:  The Belay Slaves 

A climbing wall is an artificially constructed wall with grips for hands and feet, used for climbing. Some are brick or wooden constructions, but on most modern walls, the material most often used is a thick multiplex board with holes drilled into it. Recently, manufactured steel and aluminum have also been used. The wall may have places to attach belay ropes, but may also be used to practice lead climbing or bouldering.

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