Resolved note #793768
The place has gone or never existed. This is an auto-generated note from MAPS.ME application: a user reports a POI that is visible on a map (which can be outdated), but cannot be found on the ground. User comments: "My Fault. Will re-add." (OSM data version: 2016-11-05T13:55:03Z) #mapsme
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Comment from Jack the Ripper almost 6 years ago
What place is referred to? The airport concourse definitively DOES exist.
Comment from anonymous almost 6 years ago
I mistakenly added the Terrapin Restaurant at the wrong location. Deleted the original.
Comment from freebeer almost 5 years ago
so -- is this correct here? or the error?
- Resolved by Sunfishtommy over 4 years ago
- Reactivated by freebeer over 4 years ago
Comment from freebeer over 4 years ago
There are now two tappy terrapin tings in t'map data, one here and one southeast in concourse D.
Thus my question what was up with this node here.
Mapper has been inactive since the two edits, and maps.me is incapable of actually deleting things from the map, for better or worse, so the phrasing `deleted the original' needs clarification.
I see sunfish that you edited the other node recently, so I trust you have the local knowledge to confirm this one here is in fact bogus.
Comment from anonymous over 4 years ago
I was walking through the airport and corrected some POI points while I was there my POIs are accurate. What is Tappy Terrappin? I cant vouch for the duplicate
Resolved by Sunfishtommy over 4 years ago
Sorry the annonimous comment above is mine I didn’t realize I was not logged in.
- Reactivated by Sunfishtommy over 4 years ago
Comment from Jack the Ripper about 4 years ago
Sunfishtommy, he's referring to the Terrapin Taproom chain.
Comment from Jack the Ripper over 2 years ago
Which Terrapin Taproom is incorrect? We still aren't clear on that.
Comment from CurlingMan13 2 months ago
Any update? Or should we just close this note and let it be reopened if someone ever sorts it out?
Resolved by Jack the Ripper 2 months ago
I say close it. It's over 6 years old. Airport vendors come and go, and covid sped that up for some.
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