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closed 413800 Govanus

This foot way is closed in parts for short durations as a lot of utility companies are reconfigureing pipes and cables that underneath.
It would be useful for foot routers to advise users to look out for closure and diversion signs along here.
I'm going to show the brecks at xd9356 (12August2015) when I last visited.

over 5 years ago 4 months ago
closed 347730 Govanus

Can someone confirm that this still is milatry land as it was being sold 3 years ago.

almost 6 years ago 9 months ago
closed 529211

looking at Network rail lititure it seems that some lines may yet to be drawn or have been recent removals since 6/6/2015?

almost 5 years ago 10 months ago
closed 112545 m902

Moved from OpenStreetBugs:
Description: Check if footpath goes under the shelters or runs outside it (can't remember) [achadwick, 2011-05-25 11:07:00 BST]

almost 7 years ago over 1 year ago
closed 529554 Govanus

This isn't a problem but a note for contibuters like me!

When reading OSM data with the publicly released PDF version of NESA from Network rail {Mid March 2016}. Remember that pages 23,24 and 25 are only updated to 6/6/2015,6/6/2015 & 2/2/2013 so are out of date compared to OSM due to Crossrail constuction.

Things to look out for are:-
+ The resiteing of Pudding Mill Lane station originaly at 3miles and 21chains
+ The subsequant realingment of the quoted DLR that arrives from 2miles and 74chains - diverts where shown in OSM - Rejoins shown route in "PDF NESA"before Warton Road (Bridge 56) at 3miles and 25chains {see signalling and remarks column on page 24} where is shown on OSM.
+ The appearance of the new crossrail lines are missing.
+ Finally watch out for additional abandoned lines given on OSM but already left out of the diagrams in this version of NESA.

Like I started its not a problem with NESA but I hopes it helps prevents too much confusion for other looking to marry the data in the two sources. The industry only live version for train drivers is probably fixed already and in time the verions available in pdf will also be changed but till then I hope this helps with track nameing.

almost 5 years ago over 1 year ago
closed 235716

indoor - level 2 - Toilet (Male)

over 6 years ago over 2 years ago
closed 189654 Govanus

I am aware that this area has some possitional errors. It has bben difficult for me to get good accuracy through the trees and shadows on bing. I've looked and at it on the ground a few times and I'll be back to try and sort this site

over 6 years ago over 2 years ago
closed 448525 Govanus

The landuse areas are ver out of step with the on the ground detail as there is more religous, retail, comercial, entitainment and industrial activities goin at this half of the road than currently indicated. I didn't have time for a more though suvey this morning but the use changes on a building by building basis. I'm yet to count if any have verticaly split landuse tagging required such as shop flats and the like.

over 5 years ago over 2 years ago
closed 421848 Govanus

I'm looking strongly at the tagging for this {way 30422419} wich isn't a highway=cycleway anymore and is present as a Softly-seperated lane in the main carageway there is a duplicte running from different and start points on the other side for north-westerly traverling cycleists.

I'm also looking at adding uk variant sharrowing nearer manzil way though it is debateable that this is a sharrow at all and form a pair of shared on-carrageway cycleways which takes over the entire carageway that is logical puzzel for visitors they share features behind the use of sharrows but the core guideing function of the sharrow is disapated by it only being a whole lane [access] description symbol and no sign of a arrow head.
sharows are in:- and descibed by link to

over 5 years ago over 2 years ago
closed 284758

this block has a complex arangement of verying hight domestic properties and roof gardens above the large shops beneath. Seen well from a pass of a double-deck bus.

about 6 years ago over 2 years ago

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