Trackside with Trains Vol. 304: "Passengers" is open for submissions

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Trackside with Trains Vol. 304: "Passengers" is open for submissions
Posted by Brian Schmidt on Monday, May 15, 2017 9:17 AM

Congratulations to Max Medlin for his winning photo in Trackside with Trains Vol. 303!

The theme for Vol. 304 is "passengers." Show us the people who ride the rails! Please submit your images by 12 p.m. Central Daylight Time Thursday, May 18, 2017, to trackside@trains.com. Only one submission should be sent per photographer. For full guidelines, go to trn.trains.com/photos-videos/trackside.

Brian Schmidt, Associate Editor Trains Magazine

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Posted by K. P. Harrier on Monday, May 15, 2017 10:27 AM

Brian, what on earth is TRAINS trying to do now?  Get us all sued?  Where at the TRAINS website are the “release forms” we can use?

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- K.P.’s absolute “theorem” from early, early childhood that he has seen over and over and over again: Those that CAUSE a problem in the first place will act the most violently if questioned or exposed.

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Posted by croteaudd on Monday, May 15, 2017 9:05 PM

In pondering the theme for Trackside #304 a neat photo that could be taken rather quickly was visualized.  But, then, it dawned on this one, “What exactly are passengers?”  Passengers to me are people already onboard a train, and not those walking to or from a train.  So, the photo possibility was abandoned.

It would be nice, therefore, if at the outset of a Trackside more information could be given, examples presented of what the Trains staff had in mind, and clearly stated so that there are no misinterpretations or energy wasted, especially since photo contributors much more than likely will end up in the red anyway.

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