[Talk-transit] Old Railways

Tigerfell tigerfell-688 at tuta.io
Sun May 19 08:05:36 UTC 2019

Maybe, the OpenRailwayMap mailing list openrailwaymap at openrailwaymap.org <mailto:openrailwaymap at openrailwaymap.org> might be helpful? I can not access their archives so I do not know if it is active, but it might be worth a try.

May 18, 2019, 10:55 p.m. by niceman at att.net:

> Tim,
>  This is a good point, but what if OpenRailwayMap were able to pull from OpenHistoricalMap to generate a complete picture of the network? I say 'picture' because it wouldn't be connected for routing purposes, but it should appear connected on a map tile.   I have no idea how much additional work that would be for OpenRailwayMap to show.
> On 5/18/2019 11:40 AM, Tim Saunders wrote:
>> I suspect I am a lone voice but I don't agree.� The thing that differentiates railways from a lot of historical features is they form a network, some if which is still an operating railway and a lot of which is still visible in the ground.� Having the extant sections in one database and the razed/dismantled sections in another is just making it unnecessarily complex to form a picture of the entire network, which for the sake of a few additional ways on OSM (which I agree would not generally be rendered) can be easily solved.
>> Regards,
>> Tim Saunders
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