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Unstoppable theatrical movie poster.

Movie (2010)

Starring:
Denzel Washington (Frank Barnes)
Chris Pine (Will Colson)
Rosario Dawson (Connie Hooper)
Ethan Supplee (Dewey)
Kevin Dunn (Oscar Galvin)
Kevin Corrigan (Scott Werner)

An out of control train barrels through Pennsylvania after its engineer accidentally leaves the throttle one when getting out to switch the track. Carrying several tons of toxic molten phenol, should it crash it will cause thousands of deaths. It's up to heroic engineer Frank and his rookie conductor Will, in another train coming the other way, to try and stop the seemingly unstoppable.

Aérospatiale AS350B2 Ecureuil

News helicopter. Seen throughout the movie following the runaway train. Supposedly of WXQT TV in Pittsburgh, its news station livery is false and it was provided for the film by Helinet Aviation. Reg. N324V, Serial 2874.

Reg. N324V Aérospatiale 350B2 Ecureuil of Helinet Aviation.
Reg. N324V Aérospatiale 350B2 Ecureuil of Helinet Aviation.
Reg. N324V Aérospatiale 350B2 Ecureuil of Helinet Aviation.
Reg. N324V Aérospatiale 350B2 Ecureuil of Helinet Aviation.
Reg. N324V Aérospatiale 350B2 Ecureuil of Helinet Aviation.

Aérospatiale AS350BA Ecureuil

Another helicopter tailing the out of control train. In false State Trooper livery. Also provided for the movie by Helinet. Reg. N67TV, Serial 2859. Also seen in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. N67TV Aérospatiale 350BA Ecureuil of Helinet Aviation.
Reg. N67TV Aérospatiale 350BA Ecureuil of Helinet Aviation.
Reg. N67TV Aérospatiale 350BA Ecureuil of Helinet Aviation.
Reg. N67TV Aérospatiale 350BA Ecureuil of Helinet Aviation.
Reg. N67TV Aérospatiale 350BA Ecureuil of Helinet Aviation.

Bell UH-1B-BF Iroquois

Mediflite helicopter. Used to try and lower a Marine rescue trooper onto the train, with disastrous results. Livery is false, as the helicopter is privately owned. Reg. N19CF, Serial 5628.

Reg. N19CF Bell UH-1B-BF Iroquois.
Reg. N19CF Bell UH-1B-BF Iroquois.
Reg. N19CF Bell UH-1B-BF Iroquois.
Reg. N19CF Bell UH-1B-BF Iroquois.
Reg. N19CF Bell UH-1B-BF Iroquois.

McDonnell-Douglas 600N

State Trooper helicopter seen at the press conference after the train is stopped. False livery. Registration N397WA, Serial RN030.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. N397WA McDonnell-Douglas 600N of Wings Air Helicopters.

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