Ok, this is what I was getting at. It seems to match your design philosophy. I feel like a 10 year old could do itStructures
So, each item now appears in the content box at the top of the page. Presumably, anyone adding to the list would just copy/paste an existing entry and replace the details. Doing so would automatically capture the subheader (====Name of Place====) and it would be indexed by the wiki in the content box.
Then, I've gone ahead and created pages for Airport and Armory as examples of this process. On them, I put: #REDIRECT [[Structure]]
(I had to link out from the structure page because I know of no other ways to create a page...they can be edited out if necessary since the redirect page now exists)
So, anyone who searches for Armory, for example, would go to the redirect page which would send them to the Structure page. There, they could click "Armories and Supply Depots" right at the top of the page and jump directly down to that part of Structures.
Another user who does not know what the wiki contains may be simply browsing. He would start with Places and Locations and see the Structures link at the bottom of the page. Clicking it would bring him to the Structures page with the content list at the top. If he were only interested in Moonbases, for example, he could click "Moon, Asteroidal, or Space Facilities" in the content box and jump straight down. If he wants to read them all, he can scroll.
What do you think? Before I put in a bunch more work and create the redirect pages (because I'm pretty lazy). (And I apologize for being over-elaborate...I wanted to make sure I was being clear enough since I muddied up my last post).