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Am 22.04.2015 13:46, schrieb robert: > Dear OpenRailwayMappers, > > recently I had a look at the marvellous openrailwaymap. I am astonished > by the > many different classes for railway lines. Although commuting everyday > by train, > I never imagined so many different track types. > > One thing confused me, maybe you can enlighten me. Why is the 9701 > "Brockenbahn" running to the top of the highest peak in the Harz > mountains > neither "Schmalspur" nor "Museumsbahn" but a "Überleitgleis". Even more > confusing, at some stations the parallel tracks are tagged as > "Schmalspurbahn" (e.g. Schierke). > > According to the website of the "Harzer Schmalspur Bahnen" > http://www.hsb-wr.de/mehr-erfahren/streckennetz/interaktives-streckennetz/ > the "Brockenbahn" and the "Harzquerbahn" are claimed to be > "Schmalspurbahnen". It is also tagged as usage=tourism. The renderer does not highlight any tracks that have a usage other than main, branch, or industrial. That means military, tourism, and test are documented, but not rendered. If you have a github account please file an issue so this does not get lost. Greetings, Eike