My favorite type of post. Thanks Gadianton!
I consider it a shame that people are unwilling to project super-human and fantastic powers and abilities on the gods out of a fear of getting it wrong or possibly looking childish. Let us now take the time to appreciate the possibility that the gods (resurrected beings of light) are exactly what we fantasized about as children! Why not?
So, in answer to your question, Gad, I would say that the locomotive would snap in two upon impact with the crown of God. A flash of light would burst forth and send a shock wave over the land, sending the ripe wheat shafts in neighboring farms on their backs in devotion to the most high. Upon realizing a locomotive was thrown upon Him, God would leap into the air with a fist on his hip and the other pointed to heaven and his piercing eye would begin to search for the villain who dared attempt destroy the king of kings.
Can a resurrected being be destroyed? Most definitely! Do resurrected beings have access to medical technology and magic healing potions and rituals? You bet.