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Back To The Future 3 - Disappearing Steam
Near the end of the movie, there is a scene where Clara is riding on the train, and there are two men talking behind her. After a short while, she jumps up and cries out "Emmett!", and pulls the emergency brake line. The view then switches to outside the train in front of it as the train stops. If you look to the side of the train, you can see the steam actually being sucked back into the engine. Quite a dead giveaway as to how they did that scene.
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Torin Darkflight on 02-02-2001
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starlight writes:
Actually, in some cases old steam engines will cause steam to be sucked back into the locomotive. Typically around valve gears and pistons. (I'm a model railroader) It's rare, but it does happen, however, when she pulls the emergency brake, I must laugh...because those locomotives DIDN'T have brakes. They were stopped by turning a wheel on the tender and then the cars.
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