Further to my post which I believe was a couple of years ago now, I have one or two other things to report. Birmingham New Street- Not a problem as such but more a mistake on my part that led to a friendly warning from a member of NR staff... I was making a change at BHM with my mrs and youngest Daughter, taking her on a trip for her Birthday. I was setting up to take a photo of a Voyager, when silly me forgot to turn the auto flash off. Lo and behold the flash popped up and a nearby NR lady said, "No flash photography please sir", I looked at the top of my camera and replied "oh damn sorry" she goes on to say that because its a dark environment it may affect a drivers sighting of a signal, which I thought was a fair comment. She then said if you want some good pictures pop to the end of the platform and wait for a Pendolino to come through, explaining the light was better there and so on, which I thought was really nice of her so I thanked her and moved to her recommended spot and true to her word I got a smashing shot. and at Nottingham an HST driver said to me that he had no issue with me photographing his train, but asked if I could avoid getting him in shot as he apparently doesn't come out to well in photos. I jokingly asked if he was a vampire to which he bared his teeth in the manner of Dracula and laughed. Nothing major not that I would even discribe the above as incidents as such, both times the staff were very polite....jovial even. I have in the main been met with tolerance and a welcoming environment. I was even invited into the station office at Newark NG (a place I had a small issue before) for a cuppa on a windy afternoon, sharing a chat and showing my photos to the bloke in there who seemed to love his job and was very enthusiastic about my pictures. He did however caution me against selling them, which I told him I had no intention of doing, I was just going to print some off and hang them on my wall and put the rest on Flikr.