New York, New York, United States

161 Duane Street

PSA: This building has *NOTHING* to do with our friends at Whalebone Magazine.

Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

Elphin Sports Center

Table tennis is played at the highest levels of global sporting competition—at the Olympics, Commonwealth Games, and Paralympics.

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Congress Plaza Hotel

This 19th-century Hotel is home to 871 rooms -- and countless ghosts who roam its halls.

Cape May County, New Jersey, United States


Bill Haley and the Comets launched the hit single “Rock Around the Clock” from the stage of the Wildwood’s Hof Brau Hotel.

Museum District, Singapore

Rendezvous Hotel

A beloved hotel built on one of Singapore's most popular rendezvous spots, the historic Hock Lock Lee Restaurant.

Los Angeles, California, United States

Orpheum Theater

The Orpheum Theater was the last theater added to the popular Orpheum vaudeville circuit.

Kecskemét, Hungary

Kecskemét Railway Station

Located equidistant from two larger cities, Budapest (in the northwest) and Szeged (in the southeast), allowing for an easy commute in either direction.

Reykjavik, Iceland

Reykjavík Old Harbour

For those desiring a close-up view, boat tours depart daily from Reykjavík’s Old Harbour.

Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, United States

Dolles Candyland

For nearly 100 years, Dolles Candyland continues to operate using the same recipes for taffy, caramel, chocolate & brittle.

Toronto, Canada

Leuty Lifeguard Station

Built in 1920, the Leuty Lifeguard Station found on Toronto’s waterfront beckons to a bygone era of beachgoing.

Mason, Texas, USA

Odeon Theater

Opened in 1928, the Odeon is the longest continually operating movie theater in west Texas.

Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

KiMo Theater

Designed in the Pueblo Deco style, the KiMo Theater was built to pay tribute to Native American tribes in New Mexico.

Charleston, South Carolina, USA

The American Theater

The American theater opened in 1942 and was designed by architect August E. Constantine, a Greek immigrant who designed many of Charleston's buildings during the 40s and 50s.

Athens, Ohio, USA

Athena Cinema

One of the oldest movie theaters in America, the Athena Cinema opened in 1915 and has been continuously showing films ever since.

Paris, France

Gentilly Station

One of 257 stations on the Réseau Express Régional rail, the Gentilly Station is located in one of three small departments that surround Paris, known as Petite Couronne.

Newark, New Jersey, USA


While this monorail has only been in operation for 24 years, it serves America's oldest airfield, the Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR).

Kerhonkson, New York, USA

The Starlite Motel

This sixties style boutique motel from the Catskills of New York outfits each room with custom organic bath products and local artwork in a Miami art deco atmosphere.

Frankfurt, Germany

Westend Underground Station

This subway station in Frankfurt, Germany functioned as a replacement for horse-drawn trams that once ran on the streets above it.

Niagara on the Lake, Ontario, Canada

Kinsmen Scout Hall

This chapter of Kinsmen remains active with 26 members meeting every other week from September to June at the Scout Hall.

Toledo, Spain

Antiguedades Linares

This antique shop in Toledo, Spain has been in operation for over a century, making it the oldest antique enterprise in the country.

Chicago, Illinois, USA

Avondale Bowl

Original pin setters, wood lanes, and paper score cards give this restored bowling alley an authentically retro feel.

Saltburn-by-the-Sea, North Yorkshire, UK

Saltburn Cliff Tramway

This small lift operates with two 12-person cars that run on parallel railway tracks, and operate using an unusual system of water and pumps.

Strasbourg, France

Club Vosgien

This hiking club makes and maintains trails in France's Vosges Mountain range.

Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada

Lake Louise

Situated at the base of Mount Victoria in Canada, Lake Louise welcomes visitors for outdoor recreation including hiking, mountain climbing, and skiing each year.

Banff, Alberta, Canada

Banff Springs Hotel

This hotel with indoor pool was built in support of Canadian rail traffic which exploded in the late 19th century across the country.

Paris, France


This Pairs Metro station is named after Volunteers Street, created in the 19th century by a group of volunteer residents who transformed a cul-de-sac into a street alley.

Milan, Italy

Turati Station

This Milan Metro station was conceived and built to accommodate crowds for the 1990 Football World Cup.

Fargo, North Dakota, USA

Fargo Theatre

This Art Deco icon of downtown Fargo, North Dakota opened in 1926.

Napier, New Zealand

National Tobacco Company

Art Deco meets Art Noveau meets native New Zealand style in this former tobacco tycoon's headquarters.

Berlin, Germany


The Babylon cinema in the Mitte neighborhood of Berlin was awarded the "German Award for Monument Protection" after its reconstruction in 2002.

New York, New York, USA

Stonewall Inn

This beloved bar in New York City is recognized as the birthplace of the LGBT+ civil rights movement in the U.S.

Mobile, Alabama, USA


This demure pink broadcasting station has housed Alabama's "Christian voice" radio broadcast command since 1984.

Los Angeles, California, USA

United Artists Theater

This 13-story, LA-based theater built to showcase films from the United Artists studio also once held the largest private collection of Bibles.

Heber City, Utah, USA

Holiday Lanes

This 60s-era bowling alley is just a stone's throw from Park City, Utah, home to the Sundance Film Festival, making it a favorite hangout spot of former movie stars.

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