Cabin may refer to:

  • Cabin. A small, roughly built house usually with a wood exterior and typically found in rural areas
  • Log cabin, a small house built from logs with basic utilities
  • Cottage, a dwelling, typically in a rural, or semi-rural location
  • Beach cabin, a small wooden shelter on the beach

Read more about Cabin:  Transportation, Other, Locations

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Whisky Creek Cabin
... The Whisky Creek Cabin is a rustic log cabin located in southwest Oregon along the section of the Rogue River that is designated as a National Wild and Scenic River ... It is the oldest remaining mining cabin in the Rogue River canyon ... The Bureau of Land Management purchased the cabin and surrounding property in 1973 ...
Holden Airship - Specifications - Gondola
... length 8.0 m (cabin 5.5 m) width 6.2 m (cabin 1.5 m) height 3.3 m (cabin 2.0 m) ...
Cabin - Locations
... Cabins, West Virginia Bone Cabin Quarry - Wyoming Latimer Cabin historic site Panama City Beach, Florida Mayhew Cabin, Nebraska City, Nebraska Big Cabin, Oklahoma Cabin Bluff ...
Fern Lake Patrol Cabin
... The Fern Lake Patrol Cabin in Rocky Mountain National Park was designed by National Park Service landscape Daniel Ray Hull and built in 1925 ... The National Park Service Rustic cabin was used for a time as a ranger station ...
Meher Spiritual Center - Cabin Names
... Kitchen, the Meeting Place, Caretaker's Cabin, Lake Cabin, Log Cabin, Cabin On the Hill, the Lantern, Near Cabin, Far Cabin, Studio, the Bungalow, the ...

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