[Talk-GB] Byway between Muston and Belvoir (was "Guidance for adding PRoW to OSM")
steven at stevenhorner.com
Mon Dec 31 16:20:00 GMT 2012
It's a small world, the incident I described was also in Weardale near
Thimbleby Hill South of Stanhope. I didn't use OSM then and checking OSM
the path is not marked. A path on the opposite side of the wall where the
farmer was stood is marked which is incorrect and will lead to someone else
being shouted at unless I fix it.
There is a massive job to add all of the paths in Weardale to OSM. I will
gradually add them as I am out walking. I have GPX tracks of many previous
walks and good records.
On Mon, Dec 31, 2012 at 3:00 PM, Graham Jones <grahamjones139 at gmail.com>wrote:
> I have had similar issues, but without the abusive farmer in your part of
> the world? (Weardale). My old OS map said the Weardale w
> Way went through this field, and there was a waymark at the junction with
> the road, but once in the (very large!) field, there was no obvious way out
> - just rusty gates and barbed wire - I think the route was changed, but
> they didn't take down all the old waymarks, which left a lot of paths to
> nowhere..... Can't remember how I mapped that in the end....
>> I had walked across his field according to the map which was a couple of
>> years old and got to the end of the field to find a padlocked gate. I
>> returned back to the sign and it was pointing in a different direction
>> (straight ahead) and also had 3 way markers all pointing straight ahead. I
>> presumed the route had been changed so followed the arrow after a about 50
>> yards I heard various abuse from over the wall. The farmer was angry that
>> we weren't following the map and could we read one. We explained (or tried
>> to) but he said the gate was someone elses and that was the only way we
>> could go. There were no visible paths on the ground in any direction.
> Graham Jones
> Hartlepool, UK.
0191 645 2265
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