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|films = ''[[Planes: Fire & Rescue]]''
|appearance = Black, gold and gray train, that sports red wheels arranged in a 2-6-0 wheel arrangement, and 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
|friends = Other trains, [[Cad Spinner]] (formerly), [[Dusty Crophopper]], [[Secretary of the Interior]]
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|occupation = Steam Locomotive
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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
 
|powers = Transporting passengers
|films = ''[[Planes: Fire & Rescue]]''}}'''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]].
   
==''Planes: Fire & Rescue''==
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==''[[Planes: Fire & Rescue]]''==
 
In ''Planes: Fire & Rescue'', he is seen puffing along a train track as [[Dusty Crophopper]] flies past him.
 
In ''Planes: Fire & Rescue'', he is seen puffing along a train track as [[Dusty Crophopper]] flies past him.
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*Unlike the steam train seen in ''[[Planes]]'', Muir's mouth is on the front of his steam motor 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.
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*Muir is likely based on a locomotive that worked on the Virginia & Truckee Railroad which was the [https://locomotive.fandom.com/wiki/Virginia_%26_Truckee_No._13_Empire Virginia and Truckee No. 13 Empire].
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*There are a few shots in the movie where the animation on Muir's running gear is messed up, and his rods move incorrectly. Also, in one of these shots, his front set of drive wheels isn't turning while the other two are.
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*His tender is lettered "Piston Peak Railway".
   
 
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Revision as of 01:09, January 20, 2020

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 which was the Virginia and Truckee No. 13 Empire.
  • There are a few shots in the movie where the animation on Muir's running gear is messed up, and his rods move incorrectly. Also, in one of these shots, his front set of drive wheels isn't turning while the other two are.
  • His tender is lettered "Piston Peak Railway".

Gallery


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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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