Local OSM spotted in the wild
Spotted this map while out and about yesterday (…and quickly appropriated it for the geography grad office).
As everyone may or may not know, there’s no obvious and standard ontology in the world of cartography and map data, meaning that each dataset has its own way of describing and encoding the objects of the world. Its own familiar quirks. I was able to pick this out as OSM data by the too-thick blotches in the railyard, where I remembered I had failed to properly classify some of the shorter segments.