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|shop = locksmith|
|A shop where you can get keys cut|
|Used on these elements|
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A locksmith is a shop where you can get keys cut. They are usually small highstreet shops. May also sell new locks, and offer other services for repair, assembly and design of locks.
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Tags used in combination
- name=* the name of the shop
- operator=* indicates the name of the company operating the shop
- opening_hours=* hours of opening
- wheelchair=* suitable for wheelchairs
- shop=hardware - A shop where you can buy screws and bolts, nails, hooks and other metal materials as well as metal tools. Can include a range of products building, electrical, plumbing supplies. Hardware shops may include a side-line in locks, keys, and even key-cutting services, but where a shop is primarily for this, it would be tagged locksmith instead.
- craft=* - Relatively new tagging scheme. A whole key for shops where people *do* a "craft"
- craft=locksmith - A different tag for a locksmiths. No distinction. Following this newer tagging idea that the "shop" key is just for things selling products.
- craft=key_cutter - A different tag for a place where keys are cut... which is pretty much also overlapping with a locksmiths shop