File photo dated 15/07/04 of a spiderman model as it is revealed that his webbing really could stop a train if it recreated what exists in nature, research has shown. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Monday February 25, 2013. In the film Spider-Man 2, the superhero shoots strands of the material at surrounding buildings to prevent a runaway train plummeting to disaster. The scene seems far fetched even by Hollywood standards, but not according to a group of young British scientists investigating the amazing properties of spider's silk. See PA story SCIENCE Spiderman. Photo credit should read: Myung Jung Kim/PA Wire
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