Useful Website: OpenRailwayMap

Regular visitors may have noticed that wherever possible I use open source images and maps when creating posts on my website. Once I’ve identified an area with some interesting operations I’ll use the transport layer maps on OpenStreetMap to get a better understanding of the layout of the tracks in the area.

As an example, here’s an OpenStreetMap transport layer map of an area of Basel, Switzerland with some interesting intermodal (ship to rail) facilities:


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The OpenStreetMap map is great but today I stumbled across an open source mapping website that focuses specifically on railways and covers the entire World!

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