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"the railway children"-"polar express"..."horror express" national express -think the last ones not a film


Aye but National Express and Horror Express are interchangeable terms

I had the worst journey of my life on a national express coach some years ago,utter hell

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If subways count too... - I like this one with Walter Matthau:
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Brief Encounter is my favourite [ :cry: ]
I should have listed that!


Funny things happen in railway stations................. :wink: :*:

I like the Agatha Christie one - what was it? 4.50 from Paddington? Where a murder is witnessed from another train? One of the old steam trains that is............... went on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway last year and almost expected to see Miss Marple............. :*:


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a murder... could happen i suppose :*:


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Runaway Train, john voight, Eric Roberts


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there's one with burt lancaster in it-where he bombs the fuck out of a railway line...........might actually be called 'the train' in which case I'll slope off and get me coat.


yeah it is :oops: awesome movie though :wink:


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The Titfield Thunderbolt. In fact I'm a sucker for all the Ealing comedies.


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awesome film,my dads fave actually and one of mine

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Expect "Ivor The Engine - The Movie" anytime soon...

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Anyway, Strangers On A Train for me. I've got it on a double sided DVD with two different endings. Top fillum!

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the last detail, not really based around a train journey, but takes one in,
also fitting that bill would be north by northwest

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Not exactly films based around trains but I like the bits on trains in A Hard Days Night and Dylan in Eat The Document on a train at the start.

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that modern classic, 'throw momma from a train'.




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'The General' - Buster Keaton :wink:
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Wonder who will play the lead! :shock:
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