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Pacific Southwest Railway Museum

 
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The Pacific Southwest Railway Museum Association is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of railroads as they existed in the Pacific Southwest. At our Campo facility, we offer vintage train rides with locomotives and cars from the early 20th century operated by our all-volunteer train crews and support staff.

Pumpkin Express:
Join the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum Association in our Eleventh Annual Pumpkin Express Halloween Celebration. Come ride our decorated vintage railcars through the San Diego county mountains as fall descends upon Campo, CA. Walk through our themed Display Building complete with two haunted trains, a pumpkin patch, and our creepy cast of ghosts and ghouls. Start your spooky day off right with a train ride. The Pumpkin Express will wind down the hill through some of the most scenic parts of the historic San Diego and Arizona Railway. Keep your eyes open for the Grim Reaper who may be stowed away onboard.

After the train returns to the museum grounds, passengers will be let off at the Display Building where children and their parents will enjoy decorating pumpkins from our indoor pumpkin patch and a walk through one of our two haunted trains. Don’t miss out on this truly unique opportunity.

Other Train Rides & Events:

Bunny Train
North Pole Limited
Daily Excursions
Easter Bunny Trains
Engineer/Jr. Engineer for a Day
Fathers Day
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From Interstate 8: Note: Due to construction in Campo, a detour is in effect for those coming off of Interstate 8. Please see psrm.org/detour2016 for more details 1) Exit at exit number 51 for Buckman Springs Road (about 30 minutes East of San Diego or 60 minutes West of El Centro) 2) Head southwest on Buckman Springs Road and continue for about 10 miles 3) Turn right onto State Highway 94 where Buckman Springs Road ends and continue for about 1.5 miles 4) After passing over the railroad tracks, turn left onto Forrest Gate Road and follow the signs into the museum Estimated total drive time from Downtown San Diego: 1 hour, from El Centro 1.5 hours. Please allow extra time when driving to Campo. Foul weather and traffic can significantly affect your drive time. Alternatively, you may take State Highway 94 from downtown San Diego. Highway 94 is a two-lane country highway east of Spring Valley, which makes for an interesting scenic drive for those so inclined. Please allow an extra 30 minutes when taking State Highway 94 You should allow about 90 minutes of driving time from downtown San Diego for the first time you make the trip. Please plan on arriving at least 30 minutes before your excursion’s departure time.

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