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Church House South Tawton, Devon, UK
History, location, usage and restoration project of a 15th-century village hall built of granite and thatch. An outstanding example of a special type of medieval community building.
http://www.thechurchhouse.org.uk/

Great Lodges
Showcases books, lectures and workshops by Christine Barnes on the most important lodges in North America. Includes a database with photographs and concise details.
http://www.greatlodges.com/

Metro Arts and Architecture
Dozens of subway cities which are remarkable for their interesting stations. Descriptions and photographs from Metro Bits by Mike Rohde.
http://mic-ro.com/metro/metroart.html

Railroad Stations
Explore the architecture and history of railroad stations around the world. Zane Riester includes a bibliography.
http://www.rpmotoring.com/stations/

Round Barns
Dale Travis provides photographs and locations of round and octagonal barns across the United States and Canada.
http://www.dalejtravis.com/barn/rbarns.htm

The Pigeon Cote of Old
Pigeon Cote hosts a complete annotated version of Cooke's Book of Dovecotes, which is an illustrated guide. Also bibliography and links.
http://www.pigeoncote.com/dovecote/dovecote.html

The Workhouse
Peter Higginbotham explores in depth the history of the British buildings where employment was provided for the destitute. Includes a gazetteer by country and county.
http://www.workhouses.org.uk/

Underground Buildings: Architecture and Environment
An exploration of the viability of underground buildings in contemporary America, with some discussion of international examples.
http://www.subsurfacebuildings.com/