[Tagging] How to tag earth walls in a shooting ramge
voschix at gmail.com
Wed Nov 20 16:11:49 UTC 2019
man-made=embankment on a way (line) is defined as the top of a *one-sided*
man_mde=embankment on a highway is not defined in the wiki, but it is in
use to indicate that the highway is on top of a one-sided slope.
My suspicion is that it is occasionally also used for the situation where
the way has embankments on both sides, a situation which should be tagged
highway=* and embankment=yes.
man-made=embankment is used on closed ways, without area=yes, to indicate
an extended structure, but one has to be careful, this defined the flat
area on top of the earth structure, not the footprint of it.
In the case of the small-footprint earth walls of the shooting range, this
difference can be neglected. But, changing subject to the large dyke
structures which you may find along big rivers, the dfference between
footprint (base) and the top edge can be enormous. Look at this example
On Wed, 20 Nov 2019 at 07:18, Joseph Eisenberg <joseph.eisenberg at gmail.com>
> The tag barrier=wall should only be used for barriers which are
> vertical walls on both sides.
> When you have a wall with higher ground on one side, level with the
> top of the wall, that's a retaining wall: barrier=retaining_wall
> It looks like the original question is about man-made earth slopes,
> however, and these are usually tagged man_made=embankment, with the
> line at the top of the slope as previously mentioned.
> In another thread we have been discussing an additional tag that could
> be added for the area of the embankment, perhaps
> man_made=embankment_area or similar, but this would be in addition to
> mapping the top of the embankment as a line.
> (BTW, the whole area of Gualtieri Shooting Club should probably be
> leisure=sports_centre rather than leisure=pitch)
> Joseph eisenberg
> On 11/20/19, Graeme Fitzpatrick <graemefitz1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I was wondering about barrier=wall, even though it's possibly not a
> > constructed wall as such?
> > When I was just looking at barriers, I spotted
> > used 22 times, but undocumented.
> > While this, & wiki https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bunding mainly refer to
> > walls to retain water, they do also mention
> > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bunding#Anti-noise_bunds
> > Bunds are also commonly used around explosive or ammunition storage
> sites &
> > one definition is: " “bund” means an embankment of earth or a wall
> > constructed of brick, stone, concrete or other approved material to form
> > the perimeter or part of the perimeter of a compound;"
> > That would probably work for you?
> > & an interesting Pistol Club you've got there, sitting in the middle of
> > fields / farmland!
> > Thanks
> > Graeme
> > On Wed, 20 Nov 2019 at 07:11, Volker Schmidt <voschix at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Shooting ranges often have earth walls to separate the individual
> >> shooting
> >> "booths".
> >> I see three alternative tagging approaches, but none is satisfactory
> >> 1) man_made=dyke (but the wiki says this is only for water)
> >> 2) trace the flat top of the earth mounds with a man_made=embankment
> >> closed way - drawback it only traces the top rim, but not the footprint.
> >> 3) barrier=retaining_wall - this is frequently used on the shooting
> >> ranges
> >> in Swìtzerland, behind the targets. But these are in fact earth walls on
> >> one side and retaining walls on the other.
> >> This is the object that triggers my question:
> >> https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/305768541
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