FILM : Ghost Train, The (1941)
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FILM / MOVIE TITLE DATE FILM STAR(S) WHO APPEAR IN THE LOCATION SCENES FILM / MOVIE LOCATIONS / SCENES
Ghost Train, The (1941) 1941 Arthur Askey, Richard Murdoch, Kathleen Harrison, Devon
Director : Walter Forde   Production Company : Gainsborough Pictures  Region : SOUTH WEST

A group of passengers are stranded at an isolated station and become involved with Fifth Columnist gun runners.

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Ghost Train, The (1941) - A stock shot of an express train in this studio based ghost story.
Ghost Train, The (1941)

ghotr001. A stock shot of an express train in this studio based ghost story.

Ghost Train, The (1941) - The train heads into the West Country along the sea wall at Teignmouth in Devon. Identified by Craig Macready.
Ghost Train, The (1941)

ghotr002. The train heads into the West Country along the sea wall at Teignmouth in Devon. Identified by Craig Macready.

Ghost Train, The (1941) - When his hat blows off, entertainer Tommy Gander pulls the communication cord to stop the train. The line near Langstone Rock between Dawlish Warren and Dawlish stations in Devon. Identified by Craig Macready.
Ghost Train, The (1941)

ghotr003. When his hat blows off, entertainer Tommy Gander pulls the communication cord to stop the train. The line near Langstone Rock between Dawlish Warren and Dawlish stations in Devon. Identified by Craig Macready.

ghotr003n. Martin sends this excellent shot without trespassing railway property. (RL)
(Modern Photo Added: 03-08-2014)

Ghost Train, The (1941) - The Guard (Sydney Moncton) announces the arrival at Fal Vale. A studio set included for completeness.
Ghost Train, The (1941)

ghotr004. The Guard (Sydney Moncton) announces the arrival at Fal Vale. A studio set included for completeness.

Ghost Train, The (1941) - A shot of Barmouth Viaduct over Afon Mawddach in Gwynedd, Wales and the open swing bridge that precedes the gun runner's train crashing into the water. The footage is borrowed from the 1931 version of the film.
Ghost Train, The (1941)

ghotr005. A shot of Barmouth Viaduct over Afon Mawddach in Gwynedd, Wales and the open swing bridge that precedes the gun runner's train crashing into the water. The footage is borrowed from the 1931 version of the film.

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