Black, gold, gray, red
Muir is an old steam locomotive who works at the Piston Peak National Park.
Planes: Fire & Rescue
He is predominantly black, gold and gray, and sports red wheels arranged in a 2-6-0 wheel arrangement. He has his name on the sides of his cab, the number 21 on his dome and smokebox, and the words "Piston Peak Railways" on his tender.
Profiles and statistics
- "The Piston Peak Railway transports millions of visitors to the Fusel Lodge every year. This is a huge job, and it takes a big engine; thankfully; Muir can handle the challenge. With enough coal, he can pull an astounding 18,000 tons of railcars behind him! With that much power, he'll be coming around the mountatin just fine."
- Unlike the steam train seen in Planes, Muir's mouth is on the front of his smokebox instead of his cowcatcher.
- Muir appears to be a Baldwin 2-6-0 (also known as a Mogul) steam locomotive built during the late 1800s.
- It's unknown of how Muir is able to move on his own in the first place, as he doesn't seem to have an engineer or a fireman (who would probably be pitties(forklifts) due to their small size) to shovel his coal for him.