Road = Originally in a non-built up area, but often now in a built up area due to urban expansion.
Street = In a built up area
Avenue = lined with trees
Terrace = beside a river
Lane = A narrow street
Crescent = generally both ends join the same street, but sometimes it just looks like a crescent.
Mews = a street with several small off-shoots
Quey = Waterside street
Place = only one point of entry
Boulevard = two lane street with trees/foliage in-between
Ice Castles by Brent Christensen
This spectacular winter wonderland is a frozen labyrinth of caverns, archways, glacial formations, and tunnels in Colorado, Utah, and New Hampshire. Creator Brent Christensen began building these insane designs when he and his family first moved to Utah. A combination of artistic endeavor and cabin fever led to his first at-home attempt which his kids dubbed the “Ice Castle.” He gradually developed his idea and has since moved from the backyard into much larger spaces where everyone is welcome to purchase tickets and wander through.
A frozen labyrinth of caverns, archways, glacial formations, and tunnels in Colorado, Utah, and New Hampshire built with 20,000 pounds of ice and snow.