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Old 10-04-2006, 06:41 PM   #33
Andrew Blaszczyk (2)
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Everyone always asks..."well if someone is walking across your front lawn is that trespassing?"...answer is YES. That has nothing to do with a company and their property, mainly roads, in this example. Let's say you want to take photos of locomotives sitting by a feed mill that also gets served by trucks so there is a road directly to where the locos are sitting. The mill entrance is off a side road from the main road and has a green sign marking it a "real" road, although it ends inside the companys property. There is a "______ Main Entrance" sign as soon as you turn down the "road", but NO sign of any warnings against trespassing or public on property. Since there was a green street sign marking it a public road and no visible "No Trespassing" or "Employees Only" it okay to drive into the plant?
-Andrew Blaszczyk a.k.a. AB(2)
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