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Posted by Hoghead on Wed Feb 18 04:25:16 2009, in response to I was taken in handcuffs for photography at the Freeman St Station on the 2, posted by rtype3995 on Thu Feb 12 20:54:45 2009.The story has made the New York Times in a very well written Jim Dwyer column:
About New York
No Photo Ban in Subways, Yet an Arrest
By Jim Dwyer
Published: February 17, 2009
In the map of New York’s most forsaken places, it would be hard to top the Freeman Street stop on the No. 2 line in the Bronx, late on a February afternoon. Around 4:30 last Thursday, Robert Taylor stood on the station’s elevated platform, taking a picture of a train.
“A few buildings in place,” he noted. “Nice little cloud cover overhead. I usually use them as wallpaper on my computer.”
See the rest of the story here.