List of featured images/2006

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These are featured images, which have been identified as the best examples of OpenStreetMap mapping, or as useful illustrations of the OpenStreetMap project.

If you know another image of similar quality, you can nominate it on Featured image proposals.

December 2006
30th Copenhagen-8-10-2006.png Copenhagen's map has been updated, with coastline data, and more detail of the airport.
23rd UK-Motorways-Railways 300pxSouth.png Railways and motorways in Britain - thematic maps can be generated using osmtrackfilter in conjunction with the normal rendering tools
16th Karlsruhe.png The geometric layout of Karlsruhe is illustrated in SlowRider's map, rendered by Joto using Osmarender
9th Hedge End Coloured.png The tracklogs around Hedge End are almost good enough to navigate from before they get converted into vector maps!
2nd Bedford new slippy map 2.png A new version of the slippy map makes OpenStreetMap data look rather smart.
November 2006
25th London-20061121-bounded.png Image of the Greater London area, showing what's done, and what's left to do
18th Munich MappingWeekend Oct-06 animation.gif The Munich Mapping Weekend was the first ever mapping weekend in Germany. This GIF animation shows the progress made over the last few weeks.
11th IOW nodes small.png Node density in the south of England shows mapping activity in the Isle of Wight, Southampton, and the New Forest
4th Nestoria-cowes.png Nestoria is using OpenStreetMap data to advertise property for sale in the Isle of Wight. Shown: map of Cowes
October 2006
28th I-55 and I-90.png U.S. Public-domain TIGER data is being imported, as a basis for american maps.
Shown here: junction of interstate 55 and interstate 90, in Chicago
21st Oakham labelled.png Rutland was mapped in a weekend. Map shown is of Oakham, the county town.
14th IsleOfWight20060927.png It is believed that every road on the Isle of Wight (380 km²) has been mapped by the OpenStreetMap project.
7th Oxford-svg-big-20060927.png Oxford is steadily being mapped, with just a few remaining (eastern) areas of the city still to be covered in detail. Good progress has also been made on mapping the waterways, footpaths and cycleways throughout the city. There is also plenty of overlap with activity for the East Cotswolds
September 2006
30th Rutland outline Rutland (14 October) will be the scene of OpenStreetMap's 8th mapping event in the UK, where people from all over the country gather to map a specific area
23rd Reading university Reading University Whiteknights campus is testing OpenStreetMap's support for embedded areas, such as a lake within a park, or paths through a garden.
16th Copenhagen airport J. D. Schmidt's map of Copenhagen airport shows labelled runways and taxiways, taken from official Danish air navigation data.
9th Tracklogs of Reading, UK Tracklogs from the Reading mapping party show what can be mapped in a weekend. Each colour is one person's contributions for one day.
2nd Free map of Chester, UK Chris Morley's Chester map is notable for its use of areas to mark parks, commercial and retail districts, and residential areas.