Dear 'fotters' and fellow enthusiasts.Gives a clear view of the location as opposed to a tight shot of just a locomotive or unit.
Contains all the original exif information intact (date/time/lens etc)
A caption information about the image.
Some information as to where the image was taken (images will be geo-tagged, although if they arrive geo-tagged that will be fine.)
To aid with the expansion of the Trainspots websites, and a new feature for the coming months, we are looking for more images. There is no need for a full location write up. All that is required is a few words and a picture which:
Obscure locations, quiet unit only branch lines or main lines all areas are of interest and even locations outside the uk are welcomed.
A new map, based on a google mapset and using a dedicated panoramio site, will show both the full Trainspots pages and the new geo located reference images as shown in the example below:
In order to assist with the speedy upload of images, and to help develop a workflow for photographers to geo tag and label their images we have created these geo tagging workflow
If you are interested in helping, for more information, or any questions, or just send your images to:
that is geo
at the trainspots net
Many thanks in advance,