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Thread: There is often a good reason for "No Trespassing" signs

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    There is often a good reason for "No Trespassing" signs

    Derilict buildings, work-sites, railyards and more. There is a good reason that some places are fenced off and have signs restricting entry.

    http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news...-1226152470455
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    oops.... hope his injuries weren't anywhere embarrassing - would be hard to explain when he got home!

    Conversely, it would be an interesting work cover form to read....

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    For those that don't know I work in the rail industry and have a bit to do with safety systems.
    I am aware of many deaths, injuries and near misses.

    Just a reminder...
    • It is illegal to be in the rail corridor without authorisation (i.e. within the fenced area or 15m from the outermost rail)
    • It is illegal to shoot photos from rail pedestrian crossing as you are required to cross promptly
    • If you want top shoot photos at a station, ask the station manager first; you may or may not be allowed to use tripods etc. for safety reasons

    This from Queensland has some good information; which applies in principal elsewhere.
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