City Theater in Biddeford has pulled out all the stops for its production of Arnold Ridley’s “The Ghost Train.” It is late at night and six travelers find themselves stranded in the waiting room of an isolated railway station outside of Rockland, Maine. The station master is closing the station for the night, and he tries to persuade them to leave. He warns them of the supernatural danger of a ghost train that sometimes haunts the line at night, bringing death to all who set eyes upon it. With nowhere else to go the 6 travelers are left to spend the night. Written by the British playwright and actor Arnold Ridley, “Ghost Train” was first produced in London and on Broadway in the 1920s and inspired several film adaptations. It offers some scary moments along with plenty of laughs.