Train track photo sessions are illegal

Train track photo sessions are illegal

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KNOCKKNOCK

Somerset, KY

#1 Dec 3, 2013
railroad property is private property and so when they’re on private railroad tracks, they’re trespassing.

http://www.cachevalleydaily.com/news/article_...
Yeah right

United States

#2 Dec 3, 2013
So is driving 56 mph n a 55 mph zone who really cares

“Boston Celtics”

Since: Dec 09

Cannon, KY

#3 Dec 3, 2013
What is train track position? Some kind of new Porn?
KNOCKKNOCK

Somerset, KY

#4 Dec 3, 2013
Pretty sure it would be the chalk line position, if luck prevailed then it would be cuffs to spine wouldn't ya think???

“Speaker of Mountain Wisdom....”

Since: Jan 10

Manchester, KY

#5 Dec 3, 2013
So when I walk across the tracks going into B'Ville I should be arrested?... Bet your just one of the local photog's that are pissed because an local amateur/pro is cutting your prices to 25 bucks a session... Come on fess up...
gator

Graham, WA

#6 Dec 3, 2013
The Specialist wrote:
What is train track position? Some kind of new Porn?
It says photo session stupid, not position.
KNOCKKNOCK

Manchester, KY

#7 Dec 3, 2013
Looks like you flunked out several times here Q to the DA. I don't take photos like some to get attention on google earth. Photos are to be treasured by the owner and their loved ones. Walking and doing photo shoots are 2 totally different subjects. Guess you break the law so that is why you are being so defensive. Deal with it, you are not loved nor liked by many, your comments are a reflection of your personality, which is one I don't want to become acquainted with!

Watch the Movie Fried Green Tomatoes, just might shed some light on the reasoning for a crime.
fevin karley

London, KY

#8 Dec 3, 2013
so take photos off rr property,from public areas.simple,fixed.
gator

Graham, WA

#9 Dec 4, 2013
KNOCKKNOCK wrote:
railroad property is private property and so when they’re on private railroad tracks, they’re trespassing.
http://www.cachevalleydaily.com/news/article_...
You are correct in the railroad property being private property and you can be charged with trespassing if caught on the tracks or their right of way. I knew a guy whose probation was revoked because he took a short cut through railroad property. Crossing the tracks on a road does not constitute trespassing but some people like to ask stupid questions trying to make others look as dumb as they are. You know who that might be?

“Speaker of Mountain Wisdom....”

Since: Jan 10

Manchester, KY

#10 Dec 4, 2013
gator wrote:
<quoted text>You are correct in the railroad property being private property and you can be charged with trespassing if caught on the tracks or their right of way. I knew a guy whose probation was revoked because he took a short cut through railroad property. Crossing the tracks on a road does not constitute trespassing but some people like to ask stupid questions trying to make others look as dumb as they are. You know who that might be?
I on the other hand have walked the tracks a 1000 times over my life, waved and the engineers as the trains go by and and a cop or three have driven across the tracks and watched me pass by ...Great for Black Berries... Of course I don't head through the train switching yards where some people someone knows that was a criminal on probation might be popin car locks for a little freeby... Yep it's actually illegal to be on the tracks and in my rather long life I have never heard of anyone even getting a ticket that was just walking or taking shots on the tracks.. As for gator.. No body in the world needs to try to make him look stupid... His posts speak for them selves....
weirdo

Manchester, KY

#11 Dec 4, 2013
What part of this topic don't you understand Q?? It is not about walking dingy, its taking photos on the track. Sheeeesh!!

“Speaker of Mountain Wisdom....”

Since: Jan 10

Manchester, KY

#12 Dec 4, 2013
weirdo wrote:
What part of this topic don't you understand Q?? It is not about walking dingy, its taking photos on the track. Sheeeesh!!
Difficult to take photos with out walking since they Really frown about driven down the tracks... So do you think there is some special law about taking a photo on the railroad track versus taking a walk on the track... really?

“Not afraid to stand alone.”

Since: Jun 09

Flat Lick Ky.

#13 Dec 4, 2013
Quantummist wrote:
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Difficult to take photos with out walking since they Really frown about driven down the tracks... So do you think there is some special law about taking a photo on the railroad track versus taking a walk on the track... really?
Q, I guess you could try flying.
:)
weirdo

Manchester, KY

#14 Dec 4, 2013
You have issues when everyone doesn't agree with you don't you.
Darrell

Somerset, KY

#15 Dec 4, 2013
Running a photography business in a small area is a thing of the past. We all have digital cameras and anyone can take good pictures if they want to take the time and learn the equipment. So I don't see the problem with everyone calling themselves photographers because anyone can be successful at it.

“Speaker of Mountain Wisdom....”

Since: Jan 10

Manchester, KY

#16 Dec 4, 2013
Limbertwig wrote:
<quoted text>Q, I guess you could try flying.
:)
Got an extra Helo I could borrow? Planes go to fast to get a good shot and the ties would raise hell on the under carriage...

“Speaker of Mountain Wisdom....”

Since: Jan 10

Manchester, KY

#17 Dec 4, 2013
Darrell wrote:
Running a photography business in a small area is a thing of the past. We all have digital cameras and anyone can take good pictures if they want to take the time and learn the equipment. So I don't see the problem with everyone calling themselves photographers because anyone can be successful at it.
You are correct... But is that not true with Every Profession? If someone wants to be a Plumber all they have to do is have the equipment and take the time and learn... And it's more than just taking a snap shot... It's learning post processing, light manipulation and lots of other little things that make a photo even close to being salable ... There are Photo's that I have taken that have taken me hours to get the basic shot I want and several more hours doing the adjustments to the assorted layers to get the color rendition and lighting effects for the final product...
gator

Graham, WA

#18 Dec 4, 2013
Quantummist wrote:
<quoted text>
I on the other hand have walked the tracks a 1000 times over my life, waved and the engineers as the trains go by and and a cop or three have driven across the tracks and watched me pass by ...Great for Black Berries... Of course I don't head through the train switching yards where some people someone knows that was a criminal on probation might be popin car locks for a little freeby... Yep it's actually illegal to be on the tracks and in my rather long life I have never heard of anyone even getting a ticket that was just walking or taking shots on the tracks.. As for gator.. No body in the world needs to try to make him look stupid... His posts speak for them selves....
You're the most idiotic know it all I have ever seen on here. You have the gall to call me stupid? I don't post just because someone disagrees with me and I didn't assail you personally until now. I'm not the chicken shit that ran after someone shot at me in the Nam. I'm not the one that blew my foot off thinking I knew everything about EOD. Should I go on about stupidity and its founding father? You're just another pos that air is wasted on. And no, I'm not worried about all you family that's in law enforcement or anything you think you might could do to me. I've never worried about know it all cowards. They usually do themselves in. Too bad you haven't succeded yet. You might want to learn how to spell and when to seperate words or put them together to form a correct sentence.

“Not afraid to stand alone.”

Since: Jun 09

Flat Lick Ky.

#19 Dec 4, 2013
Quantummist wrote:
<quoted text>
Got an extra Helo I could borrow? Planes go to fast to get a good shot and the ties would raise hell on the under carriage...
I'm sorry Q I wasn't thinking, You couldn't control the camera while flapping your arms.
:)
railrunner

Hazard, KY

#20 Dec 4, 2013
KNOCKKNOCK wrote:
railroad property is private property and so when they’re on private railroad tracks, they’re trespassing.
http://www.cachevalleydaily.com/news/article_...
Trespassing can only be proven when you display an intent to stay on the property without permission. If the property is not fenced then you can legally move through it. Railroad , power-line right of ways, that are not fenced can be crossed by anyone at any time and if they decide to take a few pictures then there is no problem as long as there is no criminal intent or behavior or intention to stay on the property.

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