Railroad warns people to stay off tracks, quit taking photos

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Dangerous Photography Trend Prompts Serious Warning

ST .LOUIS (KTVI) -- Union Pacific Railroad is warning the public and professional photographers not to take pictures on railroad tracks or in its rail yards.

Mark Davis, a company spokesman says the practice is dangerous and can be deadly. He expressed concerns after receiving a picture of a professional photographer snapping shots of a family including a toddler on a railroad track in the company's rail yard.

You can face a citation for trespassing, if caught.

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