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Valley Junction, Oregon

Valley Junction is an unincorporated community in Polk County, Oregon, United States. It is located at the junction of Oregon Route 18 and Oregon Route 22, on the South Yamhill River east of Grand Ronde. A now-abandoned section of the Willamina a ...

                                               

Waconda, Oregon

Waconda is a historic unincorporated community in Marion County, Oregon, United States, near the crossroads of River Road and Waconda Road. Waconda was once a station on the Oregon Electric Railway and it formerly had a post office by the same name.

                                               

Albany Meadows

Albany Meadows is a tract of approximately four acres of land at the Gill Tract in Albany, California. It is bounded by San Pablo Avenue to the east, Monroe Street to the north, 10th Street to the west, and Codornices Creek to the south. Albany M ...

                                               

Natural history of the San Francisco Bay Area

                                               

Environmental organizations based in the San Francisco Bay Area

                                               

Hospitals in the San Francisco Bay Area

                                               

East Bay Walls

East Bay Walls, also known as the Berkeley Mystery Walls, is a misnomer, as there are many such crude walls throughout the hills surrounding the San Francisco Bay Area. In places, they are up to a meter high and a meter wide and are built without ...

                                               

Lomita Park, California

Lomita Park, California was a small unincorporated community adjacent to San Bruno in San Mateo County, just west of the San Francisco International Airport. It was roughly bounded by San Felipe Avenue, El Camino Real, San Juan Avenue, and the So ...

                                               

History of Santa Clara County, California

The first documented inhabitants included the Ohlone, residing on Coyote Creek and Calaveras Creek, although Santa Clara Valley undoubtedly had known earlier Indian inhabitants and migrations, now lost to history and prehistory. Archaeological di ...

                                               

Ghost towns in the San Francisco Bay Area

                                               

National Register of Historic Places in the San Francisco Bay Area

                                               

Political history of the San Francisco Bay Area

                                               

National Historic Landmarks in the San Francisco Bay Area

                                               

Naval Auxiliary Landing Field Santa Rosa

Naval Auxiliary Landing Field Santa Rosa, California, also known as Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Santa Rosa, was a military airport located in Santa Rosa, California, in Sonoma County, California, USA.

                                               

Winehaven, California

Winehaven was a winery and town in Richmond, California, that held the title of "worlds largest winery" for 12 years. It later became a fuel depot for the United States Navy. After the 1906 San Francisco earthquake left the city in ruins, the Cal ...

                                               

Military facilities in the San Francisco Bay Area

                                               

Faster Bay Area Transportation Tax (2020)

Faster Bay Area is a November 2020 ballot measure proposed by a coalition of business lobbying groups to raise up to 0 billion over 40 years for transportation projects in the San Francisco Bay Area. Similar to the 2018 Regional Measure 3, the ta ...

                                               

Helios Bars

Helios Bars are smart bicycle handlebars which integrate GPS tracking, Bluetooth connectivity, and rear LEDs that function like turn signals on a car. The device is made by Helios Biking, a hardware start-up based in San Francisco, California. Th ...

                                               

Don Salvio Pacheco Adobe

The Don Salvio Pacheco Adobe is a historic adobe house in Concord, California. In 1834, Salvio Pacheco was awarded the Rancho Monte del Diablo Mexican land grant, including what is now known as Concord and parts of Pleasant Hill. On June 24, 1835 ...

                                               

Hastings Adobe

The Hastings Adobe near Collinsville, California is a structure that was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972. It is currently on private property and is inaccessible to the public. Hastings was a lawyer and writer of an "Em ...

                                               

Mysterious Valley Airport

Mysterious Valley Airport is a privately owned airport located approximately 9 miles north of Pope Valley, Napa County, California. Permission is required to land at the airport. The landing strip is surrounded by hills and is 95 feet fence to fe ...

                                               

Don Fernando Pacheco Adobe

The Don Fernando Pacheco Adobe is located at 3119 Grant Street in Concord, California.The Fernando Pacheco Adobe is the only Concord landmark listed in all three Historical Registries: entry on the National Register occurred on June 6, 1980; the ...

                                               

Patrick Rodgers Farm

The Patrick Rodgers Farm, or Rodgers Ranch, located in Pleasant Hill, California, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. In 1868 Patrick Rodgers and his family moved to this area from the California Mother Lode area to wh ...

                                               

Portola Valley School

The Portola Valley School is a one-room schoolhouse that sits at 775 Portola Road in Portola Valley, California. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. It is currently used for Portola Valley town-hall meetings.

                                               

San Gregorio House

San Gregorio House is a building that sits on 7495-7587 Old Stage Road near San Gregorio Road in San Gregorio, San Mateo County, California. The building is listed as a National Register of Historic Places in San Mateo County since 1977. The buil ...

                                               

Sonoma Valley Hospital

Sonoma Valley Hospital is a hospital located in Sonoma, California, United States. The hospital, which has 51 beds, provides surgical and general medical procedures. The hospital started in 1945 and the current hospital opened in 1957, with expan ...

                                               

San Francisco Bay Area railway station stubs

                                               

Alameda County, California building and structure stubs

                                               

San Francisco building and structure stubs

                                               

Santa Clara County, California building and structure stubs

                                               

San Pablo Dam Road

San Pablo Dam Road is a major arterial road linking Richmond and Orinda, California that connects San Pablo Avenue and Interstate 80 with Highway 24, bypassing the Eastshore Freeway. It is also signed as Camino Pablo in Orinda. The road passes th ...

                                               

Third Street (San Francisco)

Third Street is a north-south street in San Francisco, California, running through the Downtown, Mission Bay, Potrero Point, Dogpatch, and Bayview-Hunters Point neighborhoods. The road turns into Kearny Street north of Market Street and connects ...

                                               

Gordon Payne Site

The Gordon Payne Site, designated by the Smithsonian trinomial 31MR15, is a prehistoric archaeological site in northern Moore County, North Carolina. Located on a terrace above the Deep River, it is a habitation site whose artifacts have yielded ...

                                               

Buildings and structures in Moore County, North Carolina

                                               

Florida State Road 758

State Road 758 is an 11.2-mile-long state road connecting Siesta Key with other parts of the Sarasota, Florida, United States area. State Road 758 is locally known by several names: Midnight Pass Road northwest of Crescent Beach on Siesta Key, th ...

                                               

Florida State Road 780

State Road 780, known as Fruitville Road, is a 5-mile-long east–west street in Sarasota, Florida. The western terminus is an intersection with US 301/SR 683. The eastern terminus is east of an interchange with Interstate 75 in Fruitville, where t ...

                                               

Florida State Road 789

State Road 789 is a 17.5-mile-long road along the Florida’s Gulf Coast that spans Bird Key, St. Armands Key, and Lido Key, in Sarasota; Longboat Key ; and Anna Maria Island. The southern terminus is the intersection of the John Ringling Causeway ...

                                               

Buildings and structures in Sarasota, Florida

                                               

People from Sarasota, Florida

                                               

Ames Nowell State Park

Ames Nowell State Park is a 700-acre Massachusetts state park located in the town of Abington. The park is managed by the Department of Conservation and Recreation.

                                               

Island Grove Park

Island Grove Park is a municipal park of the town of Abington, Massachusetts. It consists of a 17-acre parcel of land whose principal feature is a peninsula jutting into Island Grove Pond, a 35-acre body of water which was created by impounding t ...

                                               

Massachusetts Route 18

Massachusetts Route 18 is a 41.561-mile-long north–south state highway in Southeastern Massachusetts. Beginning in the city of New Bedford, it runs as a freeway for approximately 2 miles, continuing as a surface street until it reaches Weymouth. ...

                                               

Massachusetts Route 58

Route 58 is a 29.86-mile-long south–north state highway in southeastern Massachusetts. For all but its final 0.4 miles, the route lies within Plymouth County. Its southern terminus is at Route 28 at the Rochester–Wareham town line and its norther ...

                                               

Massachusetts Route 123

Route 123 is a 41.91-mile-long west–east state highway in southeastern Massachusetts. It crosses northern Bristol and Plymouth counties, crossing several highways along the way.

                                               

Massachusetts Route 139

Route 139 is a 32.24-mile-long west–east state highway in southeastern Massachusetts. Its western terminus is at Route 27 and Route 138 in Stoughton and its eastern terminus is at Route 14 in Duxbury. Along the way it intersects several major hig ...

                                               

Head of the River Historic District

The Head of the River Historic District is a historic district encompassing a village area at the head of navigation of the Acushnet River, which separates Acushnet and New Bedford, Massachusetts. The village is centered at the junction of Tarkin ...

                                               

Massachusetts Route 105

Route 105 is a 29.36-mile-long state highway in southeastern Massachusetts, running from Marion to Halifax in a generally north-south direction. Its southern terminus is at U.S. Route 6 in Marion and its northern terminus is at Route 106 in Halif ...

                                               

Blackinton Houses and Park

The Blackinton Houses and Park is a historic district on North Main Street in Attleboro, Massachusetts, which encompasses a park and two adjacent houses, all of which were associated with the locally prominent Blackinton family in the areas 19th ...

                                               

Bungay River

The Bungay River is a short river in southeastern Massachusetts that is a tributary of the Ten Mile River. The Bungay River begins in Witch Pond in Foxborough, Massachusetts at an altitude of about 157 feet 48 m above sea level. It flows south th ...

                                               

Capron House (Attleboro, Massachusetts)

The Capron House is an historic house on 42 North Avenue in Attleboro, Massachusetts. It is one of the towns oldest surviving buildings, built about 1740 by the son of one of its first settlers. The house was added to the National Register of His ...

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