Probably not. But given how much era-specific detail Hollywood
puts into other (background) aspects of movies, it generally behooves Hollywood to be a little more careful when then make period pieces to make sure that *all*
things are historically correct, and that includes any trains that pass across the 'background'. They are real careful to get all of the current vintage SUVs off the streets and roads when they shoot scenes featuring those streets and roads for some period piece. At the very least they can call up the RR and get some idea when there will be a *modern*
stack train passing through and adjust their shooting schedule accordingly. Or at least take a 5-10 minute break when the train passes through (like they do when a modern jet plane passes over).
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