[OSM-talk] Odp: Re: Old phone line or old power line?

marekskleciak marekskleciak at o2.pl
Sat Jun 27 20:08:34 UTC 2020

What can I do to stop information from you?  I removed it many times in spam but your address seems to be one exception: I get messages again. This is nothing against you as a person or against your content. I see you are from Russia and I really like russian people,have many friends there.I like Russia as well. The reason is: my engagement in OSM is recently less, so I try to read only messages written from less friends.    Best regards,  Marek  
        Dnia 27 czerwca 2020 21:32 80hnhtv4agou--- via talk <talk at openstreetmap.org> napisał(a):
         if you want more information, you have to give more information.     Saturday, June 27, 2020 2:23 PM -05:00 from Mike Thompson <miketho16 at gmail.com>:        On Sat, Jun 27, 2020 at 12:21 PM Bryan Housel <  bhousel at gmail.com > wrote:  >  > I’d tag as `abandoned:power=minor_line` since you said it is down in places.    >  > It is impossible to tell from the picture what its original purpose was, but this doesn’t matter much if you just want to get it mapped. Thanks Brian, I will proceed along those lines. I would still be interested to hear from experts in the utility field as to what the original purpose of the lines were.  Since this is in the US, one case assume standard household voltage (given the size of the insulators and the fact that it terminiantes at an old house in ruins), which back in the day was 110.  In which case, there would be a considerably percentage voltage drop over the many km distnace this line spans.   Mike ______________________________  talk mailing list   talk at openstreetmap.org  lists.openstreetmap.org lists.openstreetmap.org         ______________________________ 
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