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I'm going for a week in Warsaw in late august but i have some questions: 1) It's forbidden to take Photos or videos of trains (includes Metro and Trams) in poland? Is reqired a special permit? I ask this because in many countries railfanning is forbidden unless you've a special permit from the railway company. By the way my equipment will be a simple entry-level handcam. No tripods. And i'll made photos by a public accessible area (like station platforms). 2) Where can i find EN57s in the Warsaw area? 3) Is there any method to completely avoid the Siemens Inspiro train and
bikkuri bahn posted a topic in Travel: Tips, Planning & MemoriesI am planning a short, post-Christmas, New Years holiday in central/southern Europe and will be in the Zurich area for a couple of days. I have allocated a full day for full-on trainwatching (no sightseeing), and am seeking some suggestions. My parameters for train watching spots: 1. locations within approx. 1 train hour of Zurich Central Station 2. mainline with heavy passenger traffic, preferably with freight traffic too, say 15~20tph ea. direction 3. good trackside vantage points with few obstructions like signs, overpasses, fencing. Station platforms are OK. *Background scenery no