Mike ( Sally O'Neill ), is the daughter of a railroad section boss, and lives with her father and three other children in a remodelled boxcar attached to a railroad work train. Harlan ( William Haines ), a section-hand, saves the life of one of the children and invites Mike to a village dance, first telling her that he once was a telegrapher but was discharged for allowing the Transcontinental Limited to go through an open switch. Slinky ( Ned Sparks ) and his gang plot to hold up the mail train, and Mike learns of their plans. They lock her in a boxcar and set it in motion. Harlan rescues her and then wires the nearest government station for help. With the aid of precision bombing by Marine aviators, Mike and Harlan bring Slinky and his gang to justice. Harlan is reinstated in his former job and marries Mike.
This 1926 silent melodrama was produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, starring Sally O'Neill and William Haines. Directed by Marshall Neilan, the status of this film is listed as unknown, suggesting it may now be a lost silent.
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