Filming for the fifth instalment in the Indiana Jones franchise is underway and new photos from the set suggest have hinted at what the plot will include.
Vehicles from the World War II era have been spotted on set, including vintage cars and a train with a swastika and Nazi emblem on it.
Harrison Ford, 78, is set to reprise his titular role for the upcoming movie, the title and plot of which still remains a closely-guarded secret.
The latest photos from the set show workmen preparing the trains for filming, which will be on the same stretch of tracks in Pickering, North Yorkshire, that was used by Tom Cruise for Mission Impossible just weeks ago.
Harrison’s latest outing as the adventurer comes 40 years after he first donned the hat and whip in 1981’s Raiders of the Lost Ark.
The actor was pictured at Pinewood Studios last week, where the majority of filming is set to take place.
Filming has since moved to North Yorkshire for the outdoor shots featuring the train in the pictures.
Indy has famously battled the Nazi regime, with it featuring in previous films and it is rumoured that the new clips might be part of a flashback segment to the Second World War as the film is said to be set in the 1960s.
As well as Harrison, the cast will also include Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Avengers star Thomas Kretschmann, Mads Mikkelsen, Boyd Holbrook and Shaunette Renée Wilson.
Director James Mangold, who is known for 2017’s Logan and Ford v Ferrari will take over from Steven Spielberg to helm the movie.
Steven will remain heavily involved in the film as a producer.
Indiana Jones 5 is scheduled for release in July 2022.