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Fence type

Describes the properties of a fence.

Value Comment Photo
barbed_wire Barbed wire fence. A type of fencing wire constructed with sharp edges or points arranged at intervals along the strands. Razor Wire Bunch.JPG
chain You are encouraged to no longer use this tag as the former definition was confusing. Instead use barrier=chain or barrier=fence + fence_type=chain_link.
chain_link A chain-link fence (also referred to as wire netting, wire-mesh fence, chain-wire fence, cyclone fence, hurricane fence or diamond-mesh fence) is a type of woven fence usually made from galvanized or polyethylene-coated steel wire. Chain-link.jpg
electric Electric fence. A barrier that uses electric shocks to deter animals or people from crossing a boundary. XN Electrical insulation Electric fence 00.jpg
railing A railing for example at the edge of a bridge to prevent persons or vehicles from falling down. Often made of metal or wood. Guildford, Curling Vale - geograph.org.uk - 704434.jpg
roundpole A roundpole fence is a wooden fence typical of Finland, Sweden and Norway. It is normally made from unbarked and unsplit youngish trees. Wooden pole fence.JPG
split_rail Split-rail or log fence. A type of fence constructed out of timber logs, usually split lengthwise into rails. Split rail fencing.jpg
concrete A fence made of blocks or special geometry concrete, it maybe opaque or hollow. Seeboden Kraut Rumpler 2012 a.jpg Waziers - Presbytères français et polonais de l'église Notre-Dame des Mineurs de Waziers (32).JPG
bars A fence made of (usually metal) bars. Metal Fence (27820851).jpg
wood A fence mainly made of wood. This is a broad definition, it may be logs or planks. Wooden Fence - geograph.org.uk - 1499882.jpgJägerzaun.jpg
wire A fence mainly made of wire. The meanwhile electrified version of 'electric' Spike on welded wire mesh fence.jpg
metal A fence mainly made of metal. This is a broad definition. Maybe in conflict with 'railing' Alexander Garden Gates2.JPG
pole A fence mainly made of simple poles. Zaun Freilichtmuseum Salzburg 02.JPG
User Defined All commonly used values on Taginfo.

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