On 20/12/2019 20:41, ael wrote:
On Fri, Dec 20, 2019 at 06:02:50PM +0000, Dave F via Tagging wrote:
It seems to be a sort of waymark to me. As far as I can see, we don't
I've a carved stone plaque(?) that's fixed flush into the pavement. it's to
indicate the start/finish point of a long distance walk.
1 Is plaque the best name? Our Wiki quotes Wikipedia as it being vertical,
but that seems a bit restrictive to me.
have a generic tag for waymarks, although there are lots of special
cases like milestons. Perhaps we should have a waymark tag with subtags
for material and orientation?
Here's one I made earlier:
I went with "tourism=information; information=stone" to parallel
"information=guidepost" and "information=route_marker" which are more
commonly used as route markers.
Another example (tagged slightly differently, that probably wouldn't
work for the Cotswold Way one) is:
Another one (not part of a route this time) is
That one is a stone flush with the pavement nd sounds a bit like yours
but perhaps a bit more arty.
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