A Derbyshire quarry in the United Kingdom has taken centre stage for the new Mission: Impossible film, providing a backdrop for a train derailment scene.
A scene involving a train crashing off of a cliff and plunging into a quarry has been filmed for a forthcoming Mission: Impossible film.
The impressive feat was shot at Stoney Middleton, Derbyshire on Friday (20 August). It is the latest stunt to be filmed for Mission: Impossible 7.
Local photographer Villager Jim shared a post on social media: “Waited 5 months for this shot… of the train in the new Mission Impossible movie going off the cliff!! Tom was there too, Amazing day!!!”.
The movie – quarry included – will be the seventh chapter in the Mission: Impossible film franchise and is set for release in May 2022.