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  • The source data exists in order to provide linear geometries against which official railway names can be recorded and to provide contextual data for Landonline users. A railway centreline in this layer will typically consist of a centreline wholly contained with a parcel(s) with an intent of "railway" The railway centrelines do not represent actual railway formation but the presence, and general location of a gazetted railway for contextual uses.

  • **This dataset is not currently being maintained and includes some track information that is out-of-date. ** ****************************************** The NZ Tracks data identifies walking and biking tracks across New Zealand and has been developed through a collaboration between the Local Government Geospatial Alliance (LGGA), LINZ, Department of Conservation and the Walking Access commission. The dataset is currently a work in progress. The data has been made available to enable users to access the data supplied to date in its relatively raw form, and to identify the gaps in data provision so that these can be addressed. The ultimate aim is to provide a national network of walking and biking tracks, including track grade, conditions of use and supplementary information. For more information about the Local Government Geospatial Alliance project which initiated the creation of this dataset please refer to http://lgga-nz.blogspot.co.nz/p/tracks-project.html Please be aware of the following: - LINZ has not undertaken any data quality assurance on the data geometry or attribution. - The existence of track does not necessarily indicate public right of access. - Closed tracks are defined as being no longer maintained or passable and should not be used by recreationalists. - The Department of Conservation or other authorities should be contacted for the latest information on tracks and huts. Data is sourced from Local Government and Central Government Agencies, including: Department of Conservation, Walking Access Commission, NZ Transport Agency, Napier City Council, Hastings District Council, Environment Canterbury, Mackenzie District Council, Timaru District Council, Waitaki District Council, Nelson City Council, Tasman District Council, Marlborough District Council, Bay of Plenty Regional Council, Kawerau District Council, Opotiki District Council, Tauranga City Council, Whakatane District Council, Waipa District Council, Waikato District Council, Waikato Regional Council, Invercargill City Council, Environment Southland, New Plymouth District Council, Greater Wellington Regional Council, Wellington City Council, Palmerston North City Council and Ollivier & Company.

  • The source data exists in order to provide linear geometries against which official railway names can be recorded and to provide contextual data for Landonline users. A railway centreline in this layer will typically consist of a centreline wholly contained with a parcel(s) with an intent of "railway" The railway centrelines do not represent actual railway formation but the presence, and general location of a gazetted railway for contextual uses.

  • The NZ Tracks data identifies walking and biking tracks across New Zealand and has been developed through a collaboration between the Local Government Geospatial Alliance (LGGA), LINZ, Department of Conservation and the Walking Access commission. The dataset is currently a work in progress. The data has been made available to enable users to access the data supplied to date in its relatively raw form, and to identify the gaps in data provision so that these can be addressed. The ultimate aim is to provide a national network of walking and biking tracks, including track grade, conditions of use and supplementary information. For more information about the Local Government Geospatial Alliance project which initiated the creation of this dataset please refer to http://lgga-nz.blogspot.co.nz/p/tracks-project.html Please be aware of the following: - LINZ has not undertaken any data quality assurance on the data geometry or attribution. - The existence of track does not necessarily indicate public right of access. - Closed tracks are defined as being no longer maintained or passable and should not be used by recreationalists. - The Department of Conservation or other authorities should be contacted for the latest information on tracks and huts. Data is sourced from Local Government and Central Government Agencies, including: Department of Conservation, Walking Access Commission, NZ Transport Agency, Napier City Council, Hastings District Council, Environment Canterbury, Mackenzie District Council, Timaru District Council, Waitaki District Council, Nelson City Council, Tasman District Council, Marlborough District Council, Bay of Plenty Regional Council, Kawerau District Council, Opotiki District Council, Tauranga City Council, Whakatane District Council, Waipa District Council, Waikato District Council, Waikato Regional Council, Invercargill City Council, Environment Southland, New Plymouth District Council, Greater Wellington Regional Council, Wellington City Council, Palmerston North City Council and Ollivier & Company.

  • Raster chart image of: NZ 6422 Approaches to Timaru This data was compiled for the use at the following scale: 35000 File reference: NZ642201.tif THIS DATA DOES NOT REPLACE NAUTICAL CHARTS AND MUST NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION. The hydrographic raster data made available through the LINZ Data Service is based on the Paper Navigational Charts published and maintained by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority at Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). The online New Zealand Chart Catalogue provides more detailed and the most up to date information about New Zealand charts: [New Zealand Chart Catalogue](http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/charts/nz202-chart-catalogue) Information on symbols and abbreviations used on nautical charts: [Symbols and Abbreviations](http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/charts/chart-symbols-terms-abbreviations) Hydrographic standards and specifications for nautical charts and publications: [Standards and Specifications](http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/regulation/)

  • A beacon is a prominent specially constructed object forming a conspicuous mark as a fixed aid to navigation or for use in hydrographic survey. An isolated danger beacon is a beacon erected on an isolated danger of limited extent, which has navigable water all around it. S-57 Object Class: Beacon, isolated danger S-57 Acronym: BCNISD This data was compiled for the use in the scale range 1:4,000 to 1:22,000. THIS DATA DOES NOT REPLACE NAUTICAL CHARTS AND MUST NOT BE USED FOR NAVIGATION. This data is based on the S-57 data format used in Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) published and maintained by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority at Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). Refer to the following link for information about S-57 data: http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/regulation/

  • A beacon is a prominent, specially constructed object forming a conspicuous mark as a fixed aid to navigation or for use in hydrographic survey. A cardinal beacon is used in conjunction with the compass to indicate where the mariner may find the best navigable water. It is placed in one of the four quadrants (North, East, South and West), bounded by inter-cardinal bearings from the point marked. S-57 Object Class: Beacon, cardinal S-57 Acronym: BCNCAR This data was compiled for the use in the scale range 1:4,000 to 1:22,000. THIS DATA DOES NOT REPLACE NAUTICAL CHARTS AND MUST NOT BE USED FOR NAVIGATION. This data is based on the S-57 data format used in Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) published and maintained by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority at Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). Refer to the following link for information about S-57 data: http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/regulation/

  • A beacon is a prominent specially constructed object forming a conspicuous mark as a fixed aid to navigation or for use in hydrographic survey. A safe water beacon may be used to indicate that there is navigable water around the mark. S-57 Object Class: Beacon, safe water S-57 Acronym: BCNSAW This data was compiled for the use in the scale range 1:90,000 to 1:350,000. THIS DATA DOES NOT REPLACE NAUTICAL CHARTS AND MUST NOT BE USED FOR NAVIGATION. This data is based on the S-57 data format used in Electronic Navigational Charts (ENCs) published and maintained by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority at Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). Refer to the following link for information about S-57 data: http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/regulation/

  • Raster chart image of: NZ 63 Kaikoura Peninsula to Banks Peninsula This data was compiled for the use at the following scale: 1:200000 File reference: NZ6301.tif THIS DATA DOES NOT REPLACE NAUTICAL CHARTS AND MUST NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION. The hydrographic raster data made available through the LINZ Data Service is based on the Paper Navigational Charts published and maintained by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority at Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). The online New Zealand Chart Catalogue provides more detailed and the most up to date information about New Zealand charts: [New Zealand Chart Catalogue](http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/charts/nz202-chart-catalogue) Information on symbols and abbreviations used on nautical charts: [Symbols and Abbreviations](http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/charts/chart-symbols-terms-abbreviations) Hydrographic standards and specifications for nautical charts and publications: [Standards and Specifications](http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/regulation/)

  • Raster chart image of: NZ 5125 Bay of Islands This data was compiled for the use at the following scale: 1:25000 File reference: NZ512501.tif THIS DATA DOES NOT REPLACE NAUTICAL CHARTS AND MUST NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION. The hydrographic raster data made available through the LINZ Data Service is based on the Paper Navigational Charts published and maintained by the New Zealand Hydrographic Authority at Land Information New Zealand (LINZ). The online New Zealand Chart Catalogue provides more detailed and the most up to date information about New Zealand charts: [New Zealand Chart Catalogue](http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/charts/nz202-chart-catalogue) Information on symbols and abbreviations used on nautical charts: [Symbols and Abbreviations](http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/charts/chart-symbols-terms-abbreviations) Hydrographic standards and specifications for nautical charts and publications: [Standards and Specifications](http://www.linz.govt.nz/hydro/regulation/)