My friend and I use his Phantom 3 Pro for shooting pictures and videos of trains from the air. the drone allows us to get shots otherwise impossible from the ground without trespassing on railroad property. someone anomalously, on one of my Facebook groups, reported me to the BNSF police for flying the drone over RR property. so out of the blue today the BNSF police and local police showed up at my house. They saw my videos on Youtube and my pictures on Facebook. They said it's illegal to fly drones over RR property no matter what the altitude and if i want to go to the other side of the tracks i have to pack up my drone and get in my car and drive around to the other side. wtf? No where can i find info saying anything about the railroads. all i see is don't fly over people, stadiums or around airports without permission yada yada yada. does anyone have information about flying over RR's in the US? I thought anything above 100ft and below 400ft is fair game besides the federal parks, stadiums, and airports, etc?