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You should give a try to Mapnik with TileMill or Mapbox Studio.
I just helped out our building manager for doing something similar. She wanted 11x17's of the view out the top floor of our new building with an image of the buildings in the view out to the horizon and the schools that were in the view (though not visible). I ended up using an old version of SketchUp and the ENJSHAPE plugin for SketchUp (SketchUp version ...
If you have a smartphone, you can do this using all free software. Install and use the My Tracks app on your smartphone. (Click here for Android, or here for iPhone.)You can use this to record a line along the old clay drain by walking along it. You can then transfer the lines you create to Google Earth on your computer to store and view them as KMZ ...
Based off your comment, here is my suggestion... You can use QGIS to create a map of the drains. There will still be some things you will need to work out, but this program will work very well for creating a simple map for you to reference. I would suggest finding some aerial imagery to use as a guide. You can check your local government and work your ...
There's also desktop client solution (although commercial) for GPS-enabled videos and imagery acquisition, storing and publishing: GeoView
There's an excellent GPX Editor for the Mac at the Mac App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/gpx-editor/id924782627?mt=12
A list GTFS Editors I've looked at. If I have to recommend, I'd say go for the commercial ones. (1) Free GTFS Editors TransitFeed A Python library for reading, validating, and writing transit schedule information in the GTFS format. Not really a GTFS Editor, but very useful to make sure the GTFS feed you are editing is sane. Many GTFS Editor shows insane ...
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