[OSM-talk] landing stage
schildberg at scoid.de
Fri Nov 3 10:59:48 GMT 2006
I posed my question on the place for that purpose:
The <manmade=something> is to unspecific, because piers are not that rare.
> There is a proposal for manmade=pier, would that do
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> From: "Stephan Schildberg" <schildberg at scoid.de>
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> not a slipway, I mean a pier (on piers) made from wood, sometimes
> concrete for boats on lakes, rivers. Small boats, like barges, not cargo
> Would you discriminate between the viaduct to a pier, or do you say its
> all the same?
>>> I need a landing stage, ....where boats can land.
>>> Has anyone invented that tag yet, we have loads of them.
>>> highway=landing stage ?
>> Interesting one that. If its a slipway ramp I'd perhaps be in two minds
>> whether to call it waterway=slipway or highway=slipway but would probably
>> pick the latter as its not actually part of the waterway itself. For a
>> landing stage its very much in the water (assuming we are talking about
>> the same thing) but it too has a highway rather than waterway function so
>> highway=landing_stage would make logical sense to me.
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