[Tagging] Amenity=shelter for field shelter?

Martin Vonwald imagic.osm at gmail.com
Wed Feb 6 09:00:01 GMT 2013


No, they are definitively not stables. Differently to a stable the
horse can go in and out as it pleases. They are usually placed in the
field as protection from bad weather. An example of a field shelter
can be seen here: [1] You definitively don't call them stables ;-)

Martin


[1] https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/Dde8VPJLW2uFZhGAyS7g_dKwEoVeXBNAtDGqG0BKo9U?feat=directlink

2013/2/6 Philip Barnes <phil at trigpoint.me.uk>:
> Are they not stables? Am not sure about amenity, that implies public use.
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> I would suggest building = stable.
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> Phil
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> On 06/02/2013 7:03 Martin Vonwald (imagic) wrote:
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> Hi,
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> Are there any arguments against using amenity=shelter +
> shelter_type=field_shelter for field shelters (see [1]) for horses?
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> From the wiki:
> The amenity=shelter tag marks all sorts of small shelters to protect against
> bad weather conditions.
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> Sounds good to me.
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> Regards,
> Martin
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> [1] http://www.herefordstables.co.uk/imgs/gallery/10_12ft-field-shelter.jpg
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