Michael is at Trevor’s Trailer when Ron turns up. Ron asks where Trevor is, Michael tells him he is ‘probably out drinking blood or something’ they exchange insults until Trevor arrives with Patricia. Trevor tells Michael about a train that Merryweather will be using to transport priceless antiquities. Trevor wants Michaels help.
Michael goes to steal a dinghy. Trevor heads off on a motorbike along to the tracks east of sandy shores. Trevor rides off a rocky outcrop alongside the tracks onto the top of the moving train. Trevor rides along the top of the train, jumping the gaps and towards the engine. When he reaches the engine he gets in and knocks out the train driver, the train then not stopping at the intended station, passes by the Merryweather unit waiting for it.
Michael is in the dinghy speeding up a creek. On the bridge above the creek Trevor drives the train head on into another train. Trevor jumps free of the train into the water. The cars and cargo from the trains fall over the edge and down into the creek around him. He tells Michael which container contains the loot, Michael blows the doors off. There is an influx of Merryweather guards in boats, snipers and helicopters. Trevor fends these off as Michael searches the container.
Michael comes out of the container with a briefcase, he gets back into the dinghy along with Trevor. They speed down the creek towards the ocean, pursued by yet more Merryweather guards, the two of them fending them off. When they reach the ocean they round a corner and land the boat by two waiting getaway vehicles.
They open the briefcase to reveal they have stolen an ancient artifact. Michael suggests they should give it to Madrazo to apologise for Trevor kidnapping Patricia. Trevor is having none of it and refuses. Michael tries to persuade him by offering to do the big job they have dreamed of; The Union Depository. Trevor is sceptical and doesn’t think it can be done. Michael insists that he, Trevor and Franklin can do it. Trevor finally agrees. Michael takes the briefcase and they go their separate ways.