I would like to find a particular bicycle rental node on the map, similar to https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/4949496890 but with ref=0067.

Is this something that the site search can do? Is there an advanced search interface somewhere?

asked 26 Jul '17, 22:54

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The Wizard interface on Overpass Turbo splits the difference between simplicity and power. Here's your ref using the Wizard:

http://overpass-turbo.eu/s/qCV

The global in the Wizard input tells Overpass Turbo not to insert any geographic bounds into the Overpass script.

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answered 26 Jul '17, 23:35

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Great, that's exactly the kind of interface I was looking for, thanks!

(26 Jul '17, 23:39) fmarier
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But remember there are other ref's as well :-(

(26 Jul '17, 23:41) Hendrikklaas
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Yes, to be sure to find bicycle rental nodes only, you'll want to enter "type:node & amenity=bicycle_rental & ref=0067 global" into the wizard. If you know roughly where it is, you can drop the "global" and just point the window to the right area.

(30 Jul '17, 18:06) Hjart
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