At http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=18/38.23291/15.64425 you can see a railroad track which is tagged as being in a tunnel (visible on the southern track). The northern track would also be in a tunnel, is tagged almost the same, but is not rendered as such (it appears as normal track):

tags of the tunnel track: layer=-1, railway=rail, tunnel=yes

tags of the not-rendered tunnel track: layer=-1, railway=rail, tunnel=yes, voltage=3000, frequency=0, gauge=1435, electrified=contact_line

But the second one is also part of a route relation with the following tags: electrified=contact_line frequency=0 from=Salerno gauge=1435 name=Ferrovia Tirrenica Meridionale route=railway to=Reggio di Calabria type=route voltage=3000

Which tag is preventing the correct rendering of the tunnel?

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Please accept your answer and close the question.

(30 Oct '14, 10:40) SimonPoole ♦

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Nevermind I remoed railway:rail from the relation, it now renders correctly.

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