[Talk-GB] phone boxes used for other purposes
sk53.osm at gmail.com
Mon Apr 18 20:10:14 UTC 2016
I made a quick umap of existing defibrillators:
There are several hotspots: including Tendring, Trafford, Fermanagh,
Nottingham. Of these Trafford data is probably complete, originating from
the council OpenData, and thus might provide a useful baseline of how many
to expect in a given local authority. I'm not sure how well located the
Trafford ones might be; I've looked at a few in Sale & they don't seem to
be associated with the typical locations: village halls, convenience
stores, post offices, pubs etc.
My impression is that it's not unreasonable to expect to find one in most
villages: they seem to be something that parish councils can sort out for
On 18 April 2016 at 19:36, Killyfole and District Development Association <
webmaster at killyfole.org.uk> wrote:
> I think this would be a very worthy project for a bit of OSM'er time. I
> been working on gathering information for defibs in County Fermanagh, but
> really needs locals who know the area to find them and add to the map.
> Regarding tagging, is there a way in which we could tag a photograph of the
> defib at its location? For example a link to a Mapillary sequence?
> I created this uMap for N. Ireland - http://umap.openstreetmap.fr/en/map/
> Just thought it would be nice if a photograph of the location could be
> > I've mapped one which has a defibrillator in it as building=phone_box,
> > medical=defibrillator.
> > On the subject of defibrillators, they could make a useful GB mapping
> > project. They need surveying, but it is something that both urban and
> > rural mappers could get out and find on the lighter evenings.
> > Phil (trigpoint)
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