A lot of people seem to have trouble coming to name their maps. For most people, facility, gully, warehouse etc. are all that come to mind (i'm surprised depot hasn't been used yet). The geology of your map says a lot about its features and appearence. This should be reflected in the maps name. As such i thought this link would be of use to people. http://www.geotech.org/survey/geotech/dictiona.html This is a list of useful geological terms. Here are some good examples: Arroyo: A steep-sided and flat-bottomed gulley in an arid region that is occupied by a stream only intermittently, after rains. Butte: A steep sided and flat topped hill formed by erosion of flat laying strata where remnants of a resistant layer protect the softer rocks underneath. Cirque: The head of a glacial valley, usually with the form of one half of an inverted cone. The upper edges have the steepest slopes, approaching vertical, and the base may be flat or hollowed out and occupied by a small lake or pond. Horst: An elongate, elevated block of crust forming a ridge or plateau, typically bounded by parallel, outward-dipping normal faults. Intermontane basin: A basin between mountain ranges, often formed over a graben. Maar volcano: A volcanic crater without a cone, believed to have been formed by an explosive eruption of trapped gases. Hopefully these will also help you set some more original scenes for your maps. Now i just hope all the good names don't go to bad maps that never get finished... If they get taken pretty quickly, since the list is only limited, it might also be worth taking one of these words and taking your research from there. To see what other associations you can find to name your map by.