Tag:barrier=wall

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Public-images-osm logo.svg barrier = wall
Dscf0590-800.jpg
Description
A wall is a freestanding structure, designed to restrict or prevent movement across a boundary, typically made from solid brick, concrete or rocks, and almost always built so that it is opaque to vision.
Group: Barriers
Used on these elements
should not be used on nodesmay be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Useful combination
Status: ApprovedPage for proposal

A wall is a freestanding structure, designed to restrict or prevent movement across a boundary, typically made from solid brick, concrete or rocks, and almost always built so that it is opaque to vision.

How to map

ElementWay.png
Element wall rend.png
ElementArea.png

barrier=wall
Historic wall: Use historic=yes. See also heritage=*

Height: Use height=* to specify how tall the wall is.
Thickness: Use width=* to specify how thick precise the wall is. Or use est_width=* to specify how thick approximately the wall is.


Alternative: Use area=*, see there.


Wall details

The tag wall=* can be used to provide details of the wall. The value should indicate the principal feature of the wall, which could be the type, the purpose, or the building method, including the following:

Key Value Comment Mapnik Photo
wall dry_stone Dry_stone
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Muchallscastledrystone.jpg
wall brick Brick_wall
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Heiligendammer Strasse Kiel Ziegelmauer.jpg
wall noise_barrier Noise barrier
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Ekran akustyczny.jpg
wall jersey_barrier Jersey barrier. There's also the more common (as of 2015-05) barrier=jersey_barrier.
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Road block.jpg
wall gabion Gabion
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Gabion1.jpg
wall seawall Seawall
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Seawallventnor.jpg
wall flood_wall Flood_wall
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Flood wall towers over the riverside path - geograph.org.uk - 1594070.jpg
wall castle_wall Castle_wall
Barrier fence mapnik.png
Valmiera castle wall.jpg


The building material can also be tagged with material=*, if necessary, using values like stone, brick, concrete, and wood.
Use colour=* to specify the color of the wall.

See wall=no for a tagging of open buildings from an import in France.

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