I'm mostly unsure because the Wiki definition of unmarked is "A crossing without road markings OR traffic lights." Would it be:

highway=crossing

crossing=unmarked

crossing_1=uncontrolled

OR

highway=crossing

crossing=unmarked

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Use the second tag set: highway=crossing and crossing=unmarked

crossing=uncontrolled is defined as "A generic crossing with no traffic-signals of any type, just road markings; e.g., zebra-crossings." You have no markings in your example.

Note: crossing_1 is no valid (aka usual) key.

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