Was the locomotive hijacking in Back to the Future III really needed?

Was the locomotive hijacking in Back to the Future III

So: we’ll hijack — uh. borrow the train, uncouple the cars from the tender, throw the switch track, and then we’ll butt the locomotive against the DeLorean. You’ll get in the DeLorean while I run the steam engine, pushing the DeLorean along Carson Spur.

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In «Back to the Future III» the protagonists modify a

Trains In «Back to the Future III» the protagonists modify a locomotive to reach a speed of 88 mph. What was a realistic top speed for a locomotive in 1885? In «Back to the Future III» the protagonists modify a locomotive to reach a speed of 88 mph. What was a realistic top speed for a locomotive in 1885? (the power needed to overcome

Top responsesRedditTwo major safety innovations just prior to this time were the Westinghouse Brake and the Interlocking. The Westinghouse Brake (patented 1868) was an … read more105 votesFollow-up question: how did people even measure the speed of something like a train in the 19th century? Were the engines equipped with speedometers? Were … read more44 votesThe faster the speeds trains achieved, the more imperative it became to find safe ways of stopping them. At the close of 1885, there were a few different types … read more30 votesSee all

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10 Best Things About the Back to the Future Sequels

However, the finale of Back to the Future III, where Doc and Marty hijack a train to push the DeLorean up to 88 mph, actually tops it. There are so many levels of excitement.

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«The “Jules Verne Train” from Back To The Future Part III. This is maybe not what Einstein had in mind when he formulated his relativistic thought experiments, but the science can be evaluated here.

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Mar 25, 2003 · > «Back to the Future III». I have to disagree, I think the most photographed steam locomotive in Movies is V & T’s 4-4-0 # 11 «the Reno». She is by far the greatest of the movie engines and a true classic.

In Back to the Future III, why did the protagonists steal

In Back to the Future III, why did the protagonists steal a train? Update Cancel. They spoke with one train engineer who say that if he “really pushed it,” he could probably get it up to around 55 miles per hour. Given they needed a little extra ‘umph’, Doc Brown theorized that he could make the engines burn hotter (and thus making

Back to the Future Part IV, Time After Time 2 – Free Republic

Aug 30, 2005 · Given operating instructions by H.G. Wells, Sherlock Holmes takes Wells’ time machine 7 back to the future in search of Amy’s time-travelling great- grandfather, Emmet L. «Doc» Brown, with the intent of arresting Doc Brown for the hijacking and destruction of the crashed locomotive 2.

Back to the Future Part III Production Notes

The «Back to the Future» trilogy has come to represent a hallmark in the action adventure film, and «Part III» lives up to that reputation. Before beginning their sojourn into the wild west, Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Mary Steenburgen and Tom Wilson all went into extensive training to develop skills that aren’t necessarily a part of an actors normal repetoire.

Back to the Future Part III (1990) – Back to the Future

Back to the Future Part III (1990) I love that this film was set in the Old West back in 1885. I love the rescue mission in which Marty goes back in time from the year 1955 back in to the past in to the Old West to save his best friend Doc Brown from getting killed by an outlaw Buford Tannen.