Joseph Clemson Posted February 3, 2016 Share Posted February 3, 2016 Had several of mine removed too, including some taken from a nearby public road. They have taken down three of my images of Manchester Victoria which only came under Network Rail jurisdiction this month, and I can't see how their conditons can apply retrospectively - or are they planning to chase every picture taken of their stations over the past 150 years or so???? Alamy have taken the pragmatic line of least resistance, as is already noted, but I wonder to where this line leads. Am I now barred from providing newsworthy images to newspapers if they are taken on Network Rail property? Is this not restricting the freedom of the press? What about all the other psedo-private organisations which have take possession of publically funded property such as hospitals - will we be barred from selling images from them too? Very dubious. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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