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  • Abandoned airfield

  • Abandoned camp

  • Abandoned factory

  • Abandoned farm

  • Abandoned mine

  • Abandoned mission

  • Abandoned oil well

  • Abandoned police post

  • Abandoned prison

  • Abandoned railroad station

  • Abandoned railroad stop

  • Administrative facility

    A government building.

  • Agricultural facility

    A building and/or tract of land used for improving agriculture.

  • Agricultural school

    A school with a curriculum focused on agriculture.

  • Airbase

    An area used to store supplies, provide barracks for air force personnel, hangars and runways for aircraft, and from which operations are initiated.

  • Airfield

    A place on land where aircraft land and take off; no facilities provided for the commercial handling of passengers and cargo.

  • Airport

    A place where aircraft regularly land and take off, with runways, navigational aids, and major facilities for the commercial handling of passengers and cargo.

  • Amphitheater

    An oval or circular structure with rising tiers of seats about a stage or open space.

  • Ancient site

    A place where archeological remains, old structures, or cultural artifacts are located.

  • Ancient wall

    The remains of a linear defensive stone structure.

  • Aquaculture facility

    Facility or area for the cultivation of aquatic animals and plants, especially fish, shellfish, and seaweed, in natural or controlled marine or freshwater environments; underwater agriculture.

  • Arch

    A natural or man-made structure in the form of an arch.

  • Astronomical station

    A point on the earth whose position has been determined by observations of celestial bodies.

  • Asylum

    A facility where the insane are cared for and protected.

  • Athletic field

    A tract of land used for playing team sports, and athletic track and field events.

  • Atomic center

    A facility where atomic research is carried out.

  • Automatic teller machine

    An unattended electronic machine in a public place, connected to a data system and related equipment and activated by a bank customer to obtain cash withdrawals and other banking services. .

  • Baling station

    A facility for baling agricultural products.

  • Bank

    A business establishment in which money is kept for saving or commercial purposes or is invested, supplied for loans, or exchanged. .

  • Barracks

    A building for lodging military personnel.

  • Beacon

    A fixed artificial navigation mark.

  • Boatyard

    A waterside facility for servicing, repairing, and building small vessels.

  • Border post

    A post or station at an international boundary for the regulation of movement of people and goods.

  • Boundary marker

    A fixture marking a point along a boundary.

  • Breakwater

    A structure erected to break the force of waves at the entrance to a harbor or port.

  • Brewery

    One or more buildings where beer is brewed.

  • Bridge

    A structure erected across an obstacle such as a stream, road, etc., in order to carry roads, railroads, and pedestrians across.

  • Building(s)

    A structure built for permanent use, as a house, factory, etc..

  • Burial cave(s)

    A cave used for human burials.

  • Bus station

    A facility comprising ticket office, platforms, etc. for loading and unloading passengers .

  • Bus stop

    A place lacking station facilities.

  • Cairn

    A heap of stones erected as a landmark or for other purposes.

  • Camp(s)

    A site occupied by tents, huts, or other shelters for temporary use.

  • Cannery

    A building where food items are canned.

  • Casino

    A building used for entertainment, especially gambling.

  • Castle

    A large fortified building or set of buildings.

  • Cattle dipping tank

    A small artificial pond used for immersing cattle in chemically treated water for disease control.

  • Cave(s)

    An underground passageway or chamber, or cavity on the side of a cliff.

  • Cemetery

    A burial place or ground.

  • Chrome mine(s)

    A mine where chrome ore is extracted.

  • Church

    A building for public Christian worship.

  • Clinic

    A medical facility associated with a hospital for outpatients.

  • Coal mine(s)

    A mine where coal is extracted.

  • Coast guard station

    A facility from which the coast is guarded by armed vessels.

  • College

    The grounds and buildings of an institution of higher learning.

  • Communication center

    A facility, including buildings, antennae, towers and electronic equipment for receiving and transmitting information.

  • Community center

    A facility for community recreation and other activities.

  • Convent

    A building where a community of nuns lives in seclusion.

  • Copper mine(s)

    A mine where copper ore is extracted.

  • Copper works

    A facility for processing copper ore.

  • Corral(s)

    A pen or enclosure for confining or capturing animals.

  • Country house

    A large house, mansion, or chateau, on a large estate.

  • Courthouse

    A building in which courts of law are held.

  • Customs house

    A building in a port where customs and duties are paid, and where vessels are entered and cleared.

  • Customs post

    A building at an international boundary where customs and duties are paid on goods.

  • Dairy

    A facility for the processing, sale and distribution of milk or milk products.

  • Dam

    A barrier constructed across a stream to impound water.

  • Dike

    An earth or stone embankment usually constructed for flood or stream control.

  • Diplomatic facility

    Office, residence, or facility of a foreign government, which may include an embassy, consulate, chancery, office of charge d'affaires, or other diplomatic, economic, military, or cultural mission.

  • Dispensary

    A building where medical or dental aid is dispensed.

  • Dockyard

    A facility for servicing, building, or repairing ships.

  • Dry dock

    A dock providing support for a vessel, and means for removing the water so that the bottom of the vessel can be exposed.

  • Estate(s)

    A large commercialized agricultural landholding with associated buildings and other facilities.

  • Experiment station

    A facility for carrying out experiments.

  • Facility

    A building or buildings housing a center, institute, foundation, hospital, prison, mission, courthouse, etc..

  • Facility center

    A place where more than one facility is situated.

  • Factory

    One or more buildings where goods are manufactured, processed or fabricated.

  • Farm

    A tract of land with associated buildings devoted to agriculture.

  • Farms

    Tracts of land with associated buildings devoted to agriculture.

  • Farmstead

    The buildings and adjacent service areas of a farm.

  • Ferry

    A boat or other floating conveyance and terminal facilities regularly used to transport people and vehicles across a waterbody.

  • Forest station

    A collection of buildings and facilities for carrying out forest management.

  • Former sugar mill

    A sugar mill no longer used as a sugar mill.

  • Fort

    A defensive structure or earthworks.

  • Foundry

    A building or works where metal casting is carried out.

  • Free trade zone

    An area, usually a section of a port, where goods may be received and shipped free of customs duty and of most customs regulations.

  • Fuel depot

    An area where fuel is stored.

  • Garden(s)

    An enclosure for displaying selected plant or animal life.

  • Gas-oil separator plant

    A facility for separating gas from oil.

  • Gate

    A controlled access entrance or exit.

  • Ghat

    A set of steps leading to a river, which are of religious significance, and at their base is usually a platform for bathing.

  • Gold mine(s)

    A mine where gold ore, or alluvial gold is extracted.

  • Golf course

    A recreation field where golf is played.

  • Grave

    A burial site.

  • Guest house

    A house used to provide lodging for paying guests.

  • Halting place

    A place where caravans stop for rest.

  • Heliport

    A place where helicopters land and take off.

  • Hermitage

    A secluded residence, usually for religious sects.

  • Historical site

    A place of historical importance.

  • Homestead

    A residence, owner's or manager's, on a sheep or cattle station, woolshed, outcamp, or Aboriginal outstation, specific to Australia and New Zealand .

  • Hospital

    A building in which sick or injured, especially those confined to bed, are medically treated.

  • House(s)

    A building used as a human habitation.

  • Hut

    A small primitive house.

  • Huts

    Small primitive houses.

  • Hydroelectric power station

    A building where electricity is generated from water power.

  • Inspection station

    A station at which vehicles, goods, and people are inspected.

  • Iron mine(s)

    A mine where iron ore is extracted.

  • Jetty

    A structure built out into the water at a river mouth or harbor entrance to regulate currents and silting.

  • Labor camp

    A camp used by migrant or temporary laborers.

  • Landfill

    A place for trash and garbage disposal in which the waste is buried between layers of earth to build up low-lying land.

  • Landing

    A place where boats receive or discharge passengers and freight, but lacking most port facilities.

  • Language school

    Language Schools & Institutions.

  • Leper colony

    A settled area inhabited by lepers in relative isolation.

  • Leprosarium

    An asylum or hospital for lepers.

  • Library

    A place in which information resources such as books are kept for reading, reference, or lending..

  • Lighthouse

    A distinctive structure exhibiting a major navigation light.

  • Limekiln

    A furnace in which limestone is reduced to lime.

  • Local government office

    A facility housing local governmental offices, usually a city, town, or village hall.

  • Lock(s)

    A basin in a waterway with gates at each end by means of which vessels are passed from one water level to another.

  • Logging camp

    A camp used by loggers.

  • Mall

    A large, often enclosed shopping complex containing various stores, businesses, and restaurants usually accessible by common passageways..

  • Marina

    A harbor facility for small boats, yachts, etc..

  • Maritime school

    A school at which maritime sciences form the core of the curriculum.

  • Market

    A place where goods are bought and sold at regular intervals.

  • Medical center

    A complex of health care buildings including two or more of the following: hospital, medical school, clinic, pharmacy, doctor's offices, etc..

  • Meteorological station

    A station at which weather elements are recorded.

  • Metro station

    Metro station (Underground, Tube, or Metro) .

  • Military installation

    A facility for use of and control by armed forces.

  • Military school

    A school at which military science forms the core of the curriculum.

  • Mill(s)

    A building housing machines for transforming, shaping, finishing, grinding, or extracting products.

  • Mine(s)

    A site where mineral ores are extracted from the ground by excavating surface pits and subterranean passages.

  • Mining camp

    A camp used by miners.

  • Mission

    A place characterized by dwellings, school, church, hospital and other facilities operated by a religious group for the purpose of providing charitable services and to propagate religion.

  • Mole

    A massive structure of masonry or large stones serving as a pier or breakwater.

  • Monastery

    A building and grounds where a community of monks lives in seclusion.

  • Monument

    A commemorative structure or statue.

  • Mosque

    A building for public Islamic worship.

  • Munitions plant

    A factory where ammunition is made.

  • Museum

    A building where objects of permanent interest in one or more of the arts and sciences are preserved and exhibited.

  • Novitiate

    A religious house or school where novices are trained.

  • Nursery(-ies)

    A place where plants are propagated for transplanting or grafting.

  • Observation point

    A wildlife or scenic observation point.

  • Observatory

    A facility equipped for observation of atmospheric or space phenomena.

  • Office building

    Commercial building where business and/or services are conducted.

  • Oil camp

    A camp used by oilfield workers.

  • Oil palm plantation

    An estate specializing in the cultivation of oil palm trees.

  • Oil pipeline junction

    A section of an oil pipeline where two or more pipes join together.

  • Oil pipeline terminal

    A tank farm or loading facility at the end of an oil pipeline.

  • Oil pumping station

    A facility for pumping oil through a pipeline.

  • Oil refinery

    A facility for converting crude oil into refined petroleum products.

  • Oil well

    A well from which oil may be pumped.

  • Olive oil mill

    A mill where oil is extracted from olives.

  • Opera house

    A theater designed chiefly for the performance of operas..

  • Ore treatment plant

    A facility for improving the metal content of ore by concentration.

  • Pagoda

    A tower-like storied structure, usually a Buddhist shrine.

  • Palace

    A large stately house, often a royal or presidential residence.

  • Park gate

    A controlled access to a park.

  • Park headquarters

    A park administrative facility.

  • Parking lot

    An area used for parking vehicles.

  • Patrol post

    A post from which patrols are sent out.

  • Phosphate works

    A facility for producing fertilizer.

  • Pier

    A structure built out into navigable water on piles providing berthing for ships and recreation.

  • Police post

    A building in which police are stationed.

  • Post office

    A public building in which mail is received, sorted and distributed.

  • Power station

    A facility for generating electric power.

  • Prison

    A facility for confining prisoners.

  • Pyramid

    An ancient massive structure of square ground plan with four triangular faces meeting at a point and used for enclosing tombs.

  • Pyramids

    Ancient massive structures of square ground plan with four triangular faces meeting at a point and used for enclosing tombs.

  • Quarry(-ies)

    A surface mine where building stone or gravel and sand, etc. are extracted.

  • Quay

    A structure of solid construction along a shore or bank which provides berthing for ships and which generally provides cargo handling facilities.

  • Racetrack

    A track where races are held.

  • Radio observatory

    A facility equipped with an array of antennae for receiving radio waves from space.

  • Radio station

    A facility for producing and transmitting information by radio waves.

  • Railroad siding

    A short track parallel to and joining the main track.

  • Railroad signal

    A signal at the entrance of a particular section of track governing the movement of trains.

  • Railroad station

    A facility comprising ticket office, platforms, etc. for loading and unloading train passengers and freight.

  • Railroad stop

    A place lacking station facilities where trains stop to pick up and unload passengers and freight.

  • Ranch(es)

    A large farm specializing in extensive grazing of livestock.

  • Reformatory

    A facility for confining, training, and reforming young law offenders.

  • Refugee camp

    A camp used by refugees.

  • Religious center

    A facility where more than one religious activity is carried out, e.g., retreat, school, monastery, worship.

  • Religious site

    An ancient site of significant religious importance.

  • Research institute

    A facility where research is carried out.

  • Resort

    A specialized facility for vacation, health, or participation sports activities.

  • Restaurant

    A place where meals are served to the public.

  • Resthouse

    A structure maintained for the rest and shelter of travelers.

  • Retreat

    A place of temporary seclusion, especially for religious groups.

  • Rookery

    A breeding place of a colony of birds or seals.

  • Rubber plantation

    An estate which specializes in growing and tapping rubber trees.

  • Ruin(s)

    A destroyed or decayed structure which is no longer functional.

  • Ruined bridge

    A destroyed or decayed bridge which is no longer functional.

  • Ruined dam

    A destroyed or decayed dam which is no longer functional.

  • Salt mine(s)

    A mine from which salt is extracted.

  • Sanatorium

    A facility where victims of physical or mental disorders are treated.

  • Satellite station

    A facility for tracking and communicating with orbiting satellites.

  • Sawmill

    A mill where logs or lumber are sawn to specified shapes and sizes.

  • School

    Building(s) where instruction in one or more branches of knowledge takes place.

  • Scientific research base

    A scientific facility used as a base from which research is carried out or monitored.

  • Section of estate

  • Sewage treatment plant

    Facility for the processing of sewage and/or wastewater.

  • Sheepfold

    A fence or wall enclosure for sheep and other small herd animals.

  • Shrine

    A structure or place memorializing a person or religious concept.

  • Sluice

    A conduit or passage for carrying off surplus water from a waterbody, usually regulated by means of a sluice gate.

  • Spa

    A resort area usually developed around a medicinal spring.

  • Space center

    A facility for launching, tracking, or controlling satellites and space vehicles.

  • Spillway

    A passage or outlet through which surplus water flows over, around or through a dam.

  • Square

    A broad, open, public area near the center of a town or city.

  • Stable

    A building for the shelter and feeding of farm animals, especially horses.

  • Stadium

    A structure with an enclosure for athletic games with tiers of seats for spectators.

  • State Exam Prep Centre

    State exam preparation centres.

  • Steps

    Stones or slabs placed for ease in ascending or descending a steep slope.

  • Store

    A building where goods and/or services are offered for sale.

  • Storehouse

    A building for storing goods, especially provisions.

  • Sub-surface dam

    A dam put down to bedrock in a sand river.

  • Sugar mill

    A facility where sugar cane is processed into raw sugar.

  • Sugar plantation

    An estate that specializes in growing sugar cane.

  • Sugar refinery

    A facility for converting raw sugar into refined sugar.

  • Tank farm

    A tract of land occupied by large, cylindrical, metal tanks in which oil or liquid petrochemicals are stored.

  • Tea plantation

    An estate which specializes in growing tea bushes.

  • Technical school

    Post-secondary school with a specifically technical or vocational curriculum.

  • Temp work office

    Temporary Work Offices.

  • Temple(s)

    An edifice dedicated to religious worship.

  • Theater

    A building, room, or outdoor structure for the presentation of plays, films, or other dramatic performances.

  • Tomb(s)

    A structure for interring bodies.

  • Tower

    A high conspicuous structure, typically much higher than its diameter.

  • Traffic circle

    A road junction formed around a central circle about which traffic moves in one direction only.

  • Transit terminal

    Facilities for the handling of vehicular freight and passengers.

  • Triangulation station

    A point on the earth whose position has been determined by triangulation.

  • United states government establishment

    A facility operated by the United States Government in Panama.

  • University

    An institution for higher learning with teaching and research facilities constituting a graduate school and professional schools that award master's degrees and doctorates and an undergraduate division that awards bachelor's degrees..

  • University prep school

    University Preparation Schools & Institutions.

  • Veterinary facility

    A building or camp at which veterinary services are available.

  • Wall

    A thick masonry structure, usually enclosing a field or building, or forming the side of a structure.

  • Water mill

    A mill powered by running water.

  • Water pumping station

    A facility for pumping water from a major well or through a pipeline.

  • Waterworks

    A facility for supplying potable water through a water source and a system of pumps and filtration beds.

  • Weir(s)

    A small dam in a stream, designed to raise the water level or to divert stream flow through a desired channel.

  • Whaling station

    A facility for butchering whales and processing train oil.

  • Wharf(-ves)

    A structure of open rather than solid construction along a shore or a bank which provides berthing for ships and cargo-handling facilities.

  • Windmill

    A mill or water pump powered by wind.

  • Wreck

    The site of the remains of a wrecked vessel.

  • Zoo

    A zoological garden or park where wild animals are kept for exhibition.