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|Cajon Pass Group Railfanning Guidelines|
In the aftermath of September 11,
2001, a new Transportation Security Administration (TSA) was created to
protect the nation's transportation system and its infrastructure. TSA, DOT,
· Do not enter private property without permission.
· Avoid taking photos of military trains and equipment.
· Never walk out on a railroad bridge or trestle.
· Stay out of railroad tunnels.
· Do not climb on railroad property such as signal bridges, cabinets or other structures.
· Never climb on or under railroad cars or equipment.
· Only take photos or view trains from public locations.
· When taking photos from public railroad crossings, stay at least fifteen feet from the nearest rail.
· Obey all highway-rail crossing signs and signals.
· Cooperate fully with railroad police or other law enforcement officers when contacted.
· If suspicious activities are noted, report it to railroad or local law enforcement officers. Do not take any further action unless directed to do so.
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