So i was looking around and I stumbled across these two random lines mapped by a seagull mapper.

Can anyone figure out what they are or what they are supposed to represent?

Line1

https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/319509655#map=9/19.1451/-98.5983

line 2

https://www.openstreetmap.org/way/319509359#map=9/19.1442/-98.5971

They are extremely long, 100s of miles and stay near each other. They tend to follow streams roads railroads and pretty much any linear feature seemingly at random. The lines are not tagged, and the history seems to show them as never have having a tag.

They both start and end at the exact same place.

asked 02 Nov '15, 23:11

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The chansets that introduced them says "Trazo del gasoducto", so they are probably gas pipelines. Did you try to contact that contributor to ask him/her the details ?

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answered 02 Nov '15, 23:30

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