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516 Passable fence or railing

ISSprOM 2019-2
516 Passable fence or railing (ISSprOM 2019-2)

Geometry: line.


A passable fence is a barrier enclosing or bordering a field, yard, etc., usually made of posts and wire or wood. It is used to prevent entrance or to confine or mark a boundary. A railing is a fencelike barrier composed of one or more horizontal rails supported by widely spaced upright poles, usually it can be slipped through.
If a fence or railing is dangerous or very difficult to cross, it shall be represented with the symbol Uncrossable fence or railing (518).


Minimum length (isolated): 2.2 mm (footprint 8.8 m).

Colour: black.

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