Baltimore Streetcar Museum's Pumpkin Patch
Baltimore Streetcar Museum celebrated Halloween by hosting its first Streetcar Pumpkin Patch on October 25, 2014.  The day turned out to be an absolutely gorgeous late fall day ... down to the changing leaves.  Borrowing on several trolley museums' formats, the pumpkin patch was set up at the 28th Street Loop.  The visiting children, many dressed in their Halloween finery, rode a car out to the loop, disembarked and picked out their favorite pumpkin too take with them.  When they returned to the Visitors Center, decorating materials were available for them in the Auditorium to decorated their pumpkins.  As the saying goes, a good time was had by all.  Here's some pictures showing how everything was set up.
GETTING IT READY: Pumpkins and straw are assembled to make a pumpkin patch. NEXT ON THE LIST TO DO:   More bales of hay and pumpkins are put on the ground.
MORE TO DO: Next, the scarecrows and handed down from the snowsweeper. DONE: Everything in place, the pumpkin patch is ready for business.
PHOTO OP: Car #264 is posed next to the snowsweeper, before being moved in front of it. AUDITORIUM READIED:  Tables mad decorating tools are in place for the children.
The Museum thanks for the following persons for helping to make the day a success: Mary and Justin Thillman, Mary Ann and Ed Amrhein, Sharon Citro, John O'Neill, Margaret Hurley, Thom La and Liza Costa and Freddy and Susan Yelton.
Photographs © 2015, Mark A. Hurley.  All rights reserved.