[Talk-transit] Fwd: [OSM-talk] Train station names: "Place Station" ou just "Place" ?
p8r at connell.plus.com
Fri Sep 25 09:39:02 BST 2009
They are CRS codes.
Richard Mann wrote:
> UK railway term for the three letter code (eg EUS for Euston) is (wait
> for it): tlc
> (most railway locations also have a 5-digit stanox, a 4-digit national
> location code (nlc), a tiploc and several more, but for stations, the
> tlc is the nearest to a meaningful short code)
> I'd suggest something like tlc_ref
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> From: *John McKerrell* <john at mckerrell.net <mailto:john at mckerrell.net>>
> Date: Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 8:10 PM
> Subject: Re: [OSM-talk] Train station names: "Place Station" ou just
> "Place" ?
> Cc: Talk OSM <talk at openstreetmap.org <mailto:talk at openstreetmap.org>>
> On the subject of railway stations. I think it would be good if tagged
> them with their reference codes (no idea what the correct term is),
> all the stations in the UK have codes and if you know them it's
> quicker to use them while searching. I'm not such a geek I know all of
> them but the ones I use regularly I tend to know (in the UK they're
> also useful for the traintimes.org.uk <http://traintimes.org.uk/>
> site, e.g. http://traintimes.org.uk/sav/eus
> gets the next trains from Stratford-upon-Avon to London Euston).
> Just spotted the wiki mentions uic_ref so would this go under ref, or
> nr_ref (national rail) or something else?
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