Hello, It looks like in way: http://www.openstreetmap.org/way/37771906 the layout of the roundabout was modified after a survey to be like it was on the ground; and this has subsequently been removed by someone blindly copying what Bing shows them. The roundabout is now even larger, with physically separated lanes for traffic heading in different directions.

Is it possible to easily see what was in v11.3 of the way and potentially bring it back again?

Thanks c2r

asked 17 Aug '16, 10:39

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You can do this with the venerable antique that is Potlatch 1. Use the dropdown Edit menu (not just the button) to open Potlatch 2 for the area in question, then change the URL such that 'editor=potlatch2' reads simply 'editor=potlatch'.

Select the way you want, then press 'H' for history. Use the dropdown to select the version you want to revert to, then click 'Revert'. Finally, click 'Save'.

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answered 18 Aug '16, 15:28

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You need JOSM and the reverter plugin.

Then you can download the relevant changeset and associated data and revert to the prior state, likely you wont't actually want to revert the whole changeset, just the changes to the roundabout: after reverting select the roundabout and then "Upload selection". This will upload the version of the object before the changes.

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answered 17 Aug '16, 18:53

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