Talk:England Marriages - FamilySearch Historical Records
My own experience working with legacy-collections is that they are index-only. However a new user to FamilySearch asked a question on the Communities forum, about why they were being told to visit a FHC or Affiliate Library. Some discussion and debate ensured, as there were differences in understanding about many aspects of legacy collections.
My question is simply, is this an index-only collection? According to the list of historical record collections, it is: https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/list/?cqs=England
If Yes, the "Image Visibility" template should be removed, and this page should clarify that the collection is index-only. This will avoid confusion, especially for new users.
Also, the department that deals with the Search part of the website should ensure that users are not told to visit a FHC or Affiliate Library to view a image that does not exist.
However, as I have been repeatedly told that it is not appropriate for me (a non-FHL employee) to be editing content about restrictions on access to records, can a senior editor or FHL employee please make this edit.