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DSLR cameras banned from railway station

This article on the excellent pixiq site highlights again the crass stupidity of those in authority; you would have thought that having authority required some semblance of grey matter. It does make you wonder who advises these idiots, still it does explain their inability to run a decent railway service. Well done Daniela Bowker over at pixiq. Read the whole article here and wonder at how stupid tfl are

Tim’s photo, taken with a compact camera

There is an update to this story that is almost as amusing, here is a link

Speaking to BJP, Wendy Neville, a spokeswoman for the London Transport Museum, which administers the station, explains the ban: “Terms and conditions for the recent sale of tickets to visit Aldwych Underground station clearly stated that digital SLR cameras were not permitted, as these are classed as professional equipment.”

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