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|appearance = Black, gold and gray train, red wheels arranged in a 2-6-0 wheel arrangement, blue eyes
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|appearance = Black, gold and gray steam locomotive, red wheels arranged in a 2-6-0 wheel arrangement, blue eyes
|occupation = Steam Train
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|occupation = Steam Locomotive
|friends = Other trains, [[Cad Spinner]] (formerly), [[Dusty Crophopper]], [[Secretary of the Interior]]
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|friends = Other locomotives, [[Cad Spinner]] (formerly), [[Dusty Crophopper]], [[Secretary of the Interior]]
 
|enemies = [[Cad Spinner]], the wildfire
 
|enemies = [[Cad Spinner]], the wildfire
|powers = Transporting passengers}}'''Muir''' is an old 2-6-0 or an American Mogul type steam locomotive in ''[[Planes: Fire & Rescue]]'' who works at the [[Piston Peak National Park]].
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'''Muir''' is an old 2-6-0 or an American Mogul type steam locomotive in ''[[Planes: Fire & Rescue]]'' who works at the [[Piston Peak National Park]].
   
 
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*Unlike the steam train seen in ''[[Planes]]'', Muir's mouth is on the front of his smokebox door instead of his cowcatcher.
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*Unlike the steam locomotive seen in ''[[Planes]]'', Muir's mouth is on the front of his smokebox door instead of his cowcatcher.
 
*These types of engines were used most common on American railroads during the 1800s and 1830s until 1928.
 
*These types of engines were used most common on American railroads during the 1800s and 1830s until 1928.
 
*Muir is likely based on a [[w:c:locomotive:Virginia & Truckee No 13 (Empire)|locomotive]] that worked on the Virginia & Truckee Railroad.
 
*Muir is likely based on a [[w:c:locomotive:Virginia & Truckee No 13 (Empire)|locomotive]] that worked on the Virginia & Truckee Railroad.
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Revision as of 07:46, January 26, 2019

Muir is an old 2-6-0 or an American Mogul type steam locomotive in Planes: Fire & Rescue who works at the Piston Peak National Park.

Planes: Fire & Rescue

In Planes: Fire & Rescue, he is seen puffing along a train track as Dusty Crophopper flies past him.

Trivia

  • Unlike the steam locomotive seen in Planes, Muir's mouth is on the front of his smokebox door instead of his cowcatcher.
  • These types of engines were used most common on American railroads during the 1800s and 1830s until 1928.
  • Muir is likely based on a locomotive that worked on the Virginia & Truckee Railroad.

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Media
Planes/Soundtrack/Video GamePlanes: Fire & Rescue/Soundtrack/Video GameVitaminamulch: Air SpectacularPlanes: The Essential GuideBig Golden BookDisney Wonderful World of ReadingLittle Golden BookVideo
Characters
Planes: Dusty CrophopperSkipper RileySparkyChugDottieEl ChupacabraRipslingerIshaniBulldogRochelleNed and ZedBravo and EchoRoperLeadbottomFonzarelliFranzColin CowlingLittle KingArturoTsubasaHarlandTrippDwight D. FlysenhowerTractorsJudge DavisJan KowalskiVan Der BirdSun WingAntonioMaydayJoey DundeeMiguelRykerYellow BirdGunnar Viking

Planes: Fire & Rescue: Lil' DipperBlade RangerWindlifterCabbieSmokejumpersSecretary of the InteriorHarvey and WinnieNick Loopin' LopezCad SpinnerMaruOl' JammerPulaskiRakeMuirFlapAndréPatchBoat Reynolds

Locations
Propwash JunctionMinnesotaNew York CityGermanyIndiaHimalayasChinaMexicoPiston Peak National Park
Songs
Nothing Can Stop Me NowYou Don't Stop - NYCFlyTere BinaLove MachineEin Crop Duster Can RaceRunway RomanceStill I FlyThunderstruckAll InDon't Bring Me Down
See Also
Soarin'Howard the TruckCHoPs
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