There are more building=industrial so that may get some rendering eventually.
And a kiln/bottle making is an industry so it does fit.

On 06/04/18 16:40, Russ Phillips wrote:
Forgot to add:

Elsewhere, someone suggested using kiln=bottle_kiln and building=industrial instead of building=bottle_kiln. Any thoughts?


On 6 April 2018 at 07:38, Russ Phillips < <>> wrote:

    Right, I'm now thinking I'll tag as:


    and add tourism=museum where appropriate.

        I'd have the building as a way.
        Then the kiln as a node with the product.
        This allows the building to remain 'intact' while the kiln
        could go disused to abandoned depending on how bad it is.
        I note that the kiln requires more than the building, for
        example heat proofing, venting.

    Most of the bottle kilns in Stoke-on-Trent are stand-alone brick
    structures, and the whole building is the kiln. They were filled
    with pottery, the doorway was bricked up, and fires were lit at
    the bottom.

    However, this brings up a related point. Some bottle kilns are
    inside another building (eg the one at Moorcroft:
    <>) How
    would I map those? I'm guessing I'd have two ways - one for the
    outer building, and one for the bottle kiln, with a relation to
    tie them together. If so, what type of relation should I use?

    Thanks for all the help and advice.


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