Back to the Future Part III, 1989
visit the film locations
Los Angeles: Flights: Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
California: Ride the train at: Railtown 1897 State Historic Park18115 5th Avenue, Jamestown, CA 95327
Arizona: Monument Valley can be reached on Route 163, 24 miles north from the town of Kayenta, Route 160. There’s a visitor centre (admission charge; tel: 435.727.3353). A 14-mile loop snakes through the valley, but not all roads are open to the public. You can see more of the park on a guided tour, from the parking lot at the visitor center.
Back to the Future Part III fliming location: Marty goes back to the Wild West: Monument Valley, Arizona
Back to the Future Part III filming location: Sierra Railroad, Jamestown, California
Another classic location was used for the railroad scenes, which filmed on the old Sierra Railroad in central California. A stretch of the line lives on as Railtown 1897 State Historic Park at Jamestown, a few miles south of Columbia. The railroad is also seen in films such as Bad Day at Black Rock and High Noon. It’s on Route 108 east of Stockton, California. The 1885 version of the ‘Mill Valley’ square was reconstructed up here.
Once again, Doc Emmett’s place is the Gamble House, 4 Westmoreland Place in Pasadena, as inthe original Back to the Future, though this time the interiors were on a Universal soundstage.