A layers view of a section of the Grand union canal in the UK showing incorrect layering. The canal switches from surface (no layer) to layer -1 (dark blue) to layer 2 (orange) for no reason. bridges and tunnels are using high layer numbers than necessary and some don't have layers at all. A point where a stream and footpath pass under the canal in a tunnel are shown at the same layer as the canal (layer -1 as it happens).
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|current||07:53, 23 June 2011||875 × 524 (157 KB)||PeterIto (Talk | contribs)||A [http://www.itoworld.com/product/data/ito_map/main?view=22&lat=52.20235055322115&lon=-1.010427640996868&zoom=16 layers view of a section of the Grand union canal in the UK] showing incorrect layering. The canal switches from surface (no layer) to layer |
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