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  • (0:04)  Train Station / It Is Rumored The Train Station Itself Is Fake And Computer Generated

  • (0:06)  The Train Bursting Into Flames / W. 33rd Street And  S. La Salle Street, Chicago (Note: The Camera Would Be Facing East But This Was All Computer Generated As You See A Fake Stoplight And The Expressway Signs Are Not Shown Like In Real Life)

  • (1:04)  The Rock Quarry / Vulcan Materials; 5500 Joliet Road, McCook (Note: The Citgo Gas Station In The First Screen Shot Is Located At 9196 Joliet Road On The Southeast Corner Of The Intersection. The Second Screen Shot Is Looking Northeast)

  • (1:25)  Stevens And Christina Warren Are Walking / Millennium Park; 11 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago (Note: The Cloud Gate Sculpture Is Seen In The Second And Third Screen Shots)




  • (1:26)  Nellis Air Force Base / Las Vegas, NV

6 comments:

  1. The quarry is Vulcan Materials in McCook Illinois. The road they are on is the condemned section of Joliet Rd.

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    1. Hello, thank you for the location. I was not sure where to look. I have since updated the page.

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    2. They haven't quite hit the closed off section of Joliet Rd. yet. In the screenshot they are in front of the Pleasantview Fire Protection District Station Number 3. You can see the barriers where the road is closed off a little ways in front of them.

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  2. The station is indeed fake. It was a partial set built in a Montreal parking lot and then extended with CGI,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EbOKwIPu7C4

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  3. The station is the Glenview Railroad Station (note that in the film, it is the "Glenbrook" station, which is a hybrid of Glenview and its neighboring city, Northbrook. Ferris Bueller's Day Off was filmed at Glenbrook North High School).

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glenview_Railroad_Station

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    1. Hello Michael, I have gone to the station on Google street view. It is not the same at all. Yes there is a clock there but the design is all different. Did you check it out or just assume the other site is correct?

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