Tom Cruise has been in Yorkshire this week, filming scenes for the upcoming Mission: Impossible 7 film.
Hayley Atwell and Vanessa Kirby also joined Tom Cruise at the North Yorkshire Moors Railway for the scenes, which featured a mockup steam locomotive.
Mission: Impossible 7 is set for release on the 27th May 2022, having originally planned to be released on the 23rd July 2021 – delayed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The filming train featured the mockup steam locomotive, which has features similar to a Britannia class and 9Fs.
Two European style coaches were immediately behind the locomotive, and then filming equipment wagons were behind this. Powering the consist was a GB Railfreight Class 66 locomotive.
Filming took place around Levisham station on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, with filming now taking place in Derbyshire.
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway reopens and resumes trains on the 15th May, with tickets available from the 26th April. More information can be found on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway website.
Will you be watching the new film when it is released next year? Let us know in the comments below!
A big thank you to Angie Childs for allowing us to share these images with you.
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