The Fugitive bus-train crash scene {Wordless Wednesday}

Do you remember this movie scene from The Fugitive?

Just across the Tennessee mountains near the Smoky Mountains in the tiny North Carolina community of Dillsboro, you will find the remains of Hollywood’s bus-train crash scene from this flick. We were in the Smoky’s just before Thanksgiving giving me an opportunity to capture these photos.

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Nikon D7000


Nikon D7000




This 25-year old action/adventure movie is one my favorites. Harrison Ford has to prove that he’s innocence in the murder of his wife, after being sentenced to life in prison when an opportunity makes itself available for him to pursue the open & shut case against him on the outside as a fugitive of the law. I highly recommend this film, as a must see!

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21 thoughts on “The Fugitive bus-train crash scene {Wordless Wednesday}

    1. Curious as a Cathy

      I fixed my profile so it won’t point me to Google+. You now will see my Blogger profile. Of course, I do have the Google+ account, too. I’m not sure how I feel about that just yet. Thanks for calling this to my attention.

  1. Rory Bore

    Fantastic movie!! definitely one of my faves for both Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones. that’s so cool that you saw the crash scene. I can’t believe they just left it there though – I suppose it is a great tourist attraction.

  2. Tony McGurk

    As others have said I was a bit surprised that they could crash a train & just leave it there like that. S’pose it’s become a bit of a tourist attraction for the area. Guess when you’re a multi million dollar film production company you can do as you please & get away with it. Here in Tasmania if I was caught dumping even a single bag of rubbish somewhere like that I’d get a huge fine

    1. Cathy Kennedy

      I don’t know, but I think it could have been left on purpose per request of the city because it does drawn tourist in. Maybe not so much now, as it did initially. I think it’s really neat to see it, though.


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