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Unstoppable, Movie, 2010 IMDB

Pictures provided by: Neptune, antp, JohnnyK

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Also known as:

  • Incontrolável (Brazil)
  • Ŕ fond de train (Canada)
  • Imparable (Spain)
  • Száguldó bomba (Hungary)
  • Imparável (Portugal)

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Neptune US

2010-09-22 22:03

The movie, based on true events, centers around an unmanned runaway fright train transporting lethal chemicals bound for a heavily populated area. The unmanned locomotives are Allegheny and West Virginia (AWVR) 777 "the beast" and 767. AWVR is a fictional rail company.

Runaway locomotive's make & model: General Electric Transportation AC4400CW

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Neptune US

2010-09-23 00:12

The making of:

Bystander footage of the movie during filming.




Neptune US

2010-09-23 03:09

Unstoppable’s AWVR train #777 nicknamed "The Beast" (for the movie) is based on the CSX train #8888 nicknamed "Crazy Eights" which became a unmanned runaway in 2001, and then later having a derailment in 2003. :wow:

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CSX 8888 Runaway Investigation

CSX 8888 gets into trouble again


2010-10-07 02:30

For a train with a nickname like The Beast i expected taht its number was 666 insted of 777

antp BE

2011-03-14 18:10

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Captures added from full movie, in HD. I found that it was worth seeing it in HD, and I really liked the movie.
All these nice trains :love: Here are a few pictures... (in movie order, not split by train model)

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rjluna2 US

2011-03-14 18:38

Bunch of nice Diesel-Electric trains :D

Ford_Fan DE

2011-04-23 16:19

Nice pics. I love this film, although some scenes are unrealistic.

Ford_Fan DE

2011-04-23 16:43

I think engine 1206 is a EMD SD40 or SD45. Can anybody tell exactly what type?

Neptune US

2011-06-27 05:30

When I first saw this film, it reminded me of the old Fleischer cartoon about being safe around trains.

Play Safe (1936)

Gag Halfrunt UK

2011-07-04 20:13

From Wikipedia:
Quote The locomotives used on the runaway train (unit #777 and helper unit #767) were GE AC4400CWs leased from the Canadian Pacific Railway. CP #9777 and #9758 played #777 and #767 in the film's early scenes, while CP #9782 and #9751 were given a damaged look for portrayal in the later scenes of the film.[24] It is also interesting to note that while these four locomotives were repainted by Canadian Pacific following the filming, the painted snowplows from the AWVR liveries were left untouched and remain visible.[25] Most of the other locomotives seen in the film, including the chase locomotive (#1206), and the lashup locomotives used in an attempt to stop the train in the film (#7375 and #7346), were EMD SD40-2s leased from the Wheeling and Lake Erie Railway. #1206 was played by three different SD40-2s: W&LE #6353 and #6534, as well as a third unit which was bought from scrap and modified for cab shots. #7375 and #7346 were played by W&LE #6352 and #6351, which also played two locomotive "extras" (#5624 and #5580).[24] The excursion train locomotive (#2002) was a Southwestern Pennsylvania Railroad Paducah Built EMD GP11 which had been rebuilt from an EMD GP9. The passenger coaches carrying the schoolchildren were provided by the Orrville Railroad Heritage Society.[26]


Ford_Fan DE

2011-07-27 12:07

The helper unit #767 looks like a Canadian National locomotive, except to the yellow stripe and the AWVR sign.

DM-491 US

2013-07-03 15:37

The town of Stanton in the movie doesn't exist. There is no town in PA with 752,000 people. Philadelphia is the most populous with over a million and Pittsburgh is second with about 350,000.

rtsbusman1997 US

2013-07-03 22:01

Maybe this fits into a movie-alternate universe. It allows the story to be told without trodding on any real life places, people or entities.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2013-07-03 23:03

If you're going to invent a fictional railroad, a police livery that isn't 100% authentic is neither here nor there.

night cub US

2015-06-10 20:22

Mike962 - •Do not post pictures of background (unrelated to the plot) golf carts or lawn mowers.

mike962 DE

2018-01-13 23:53

rjluna2 wrote Bunch of nice Diesel-Electric trains :D

we all know Diesels are EVIL ,, here the proof

Link to "vignette.wikia.nocookie.net"
Link to "i.pinimg.com"

mike962 DE

2018-01-13 23:59

and this was actually the very last film done by the late TONY SCOTT !!! RIP

Rap_Boy US

2019-04-06 15:39

Doesn't the clip where the throttle moves make anyone feel like the train's possessed? :??: :think:
Here's a link to YouTube for proof: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DtQFmhUhOK8&t=652s

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jpts AU

2019-04-17 15:46

Gag Halfrunt wrote From Wikipedia:


I had read about the GE AC4400CW Locomotive, the "4400" part of the name refers to the locomotive's engine output of 4,400 horsepower, the 4400 Series locomotive shares a similar appearance to the 4400's bigger and powerful version; the GE AC6000CW with the locomotive's 6,000 horsepower engine.

GE AC6000CW along with the EMD SD90MAC (also powered by a 6,000 horsepower engine) were considered as the most powerful single unit locomotive later surpassed by the EMD DDA40X "Centennial" Locomotive with it's dual engines of a combined total of 6,600 horsepower.

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