Underground (Metro) stations with / without pedestrian underpass
There are underground stations with one platform in the middle, where you can enter a staircase from one side of a large road and use the station as a pedestrian underway to climb the stairs on the other side of the road.
And there are underground stations with the tracks in the middle, and platforms on each side. There you have to enter the correct staircase to reach the track to the correct destination, and underpassing to the other side of the road is not possible.
This is especially of interest for persons who want to use the safest way to cross the street and for pedestrian routing to the correct subway entry to a destination, as well as for blind users.
How is this represented in tagging?
--Lulu-Ann 10:07, 15 December 2010 (UTC)
Historical (closed) stations
I map historical railways. There are plenty of ways of tagging the railway routes (abandoned trackbed etc) but not a way I can see of tagging disused or closed railway stations? Enzedrail 22:40, 1 January 2012 (UTC)
I've found the broken link at the second item in the "Location" topic. The word "track" is linked to "Railways#Track", but there is no topic named "Track" at the "Railways" article. Fix it, please. I'm not very sure about the English wiki structure to do it by my own.
If there are two tracks (no building), should a node on both sides by tagged as railway:station? In this case we can end up with double named stations. Should we pick a point in the middle? E.g. Manors: http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=19/54.97403/-1.60452
Duplicate and/or obsolete page
This page seems to overlap with railway=station and have contradict information. For instance on the French version of this page, value "station" must be used on a node only while it seems valid on the other topic. I am not sure which hold the truth but the wiki should stay consistent. Anyone know if these pages can be merged, and if not why?