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I have mapped a river flowing ON a bridge (for several kilometers). Such an exemple, you'll find an aqueduc (roman aqueduc).

Result : nothing appears on tne map. How can I do ?

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Can you show us a link to your way or at least the area?

(29 May '13, 19:47) scai ♦

Here is an example of a canal on a aqueduct, it is an HIGH one see wikipedia for its history and details. http://www.openstreetmap.org/?lat=52.96912&lon=-3.08732&zoom=16&layers=M http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Aqueduct http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pontcysyllte_Aqueduct The tow path is tagged bridge=yes The canal as bridge=aqueduct

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answered 29 May '13, 20:24

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The correct spelling is aqueduct. And where do you see a bridge=aqueduct not being rendered?

(29 May '13, 21:36) scai ♦

I'd just use
waterway=* in combination with
bridge=yes and
layer=1

This should be sufficient.

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answered 29 May '13, 20:42

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