Pictured here is Western pacific conductor Duane Vander Veen who drives the pumpkin patch train. The train takes people for a 25 minute tour around the railroad yard. Since it was a rainy weekend, they moved the pumpkin patch to inside the train station. The station has been decorated with many spooky sites, and sounds. There was also a lemonade concession stand on the outside of the railroad museum, and cookies inside the museum. The Western Pacific Railroad Museum pumpkin patch train will be open next weekend, October 28th and 29th. The next special event that is planned is the Santa train coming up in December.