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Welcome to the wonderful world of garden railroading! Though this fascinating hobby is over century old, it has never been more popular than it is today, and nothing can match its appeal. It's a hobby that can involve the entire family. In the outdoor enironment the railroad is changing with the seasonsof the year, the weather, and even the time of day. You are faced with many of the same challenges as a full-size railroad, which is all part on a realism that nothing else can match.
At this site the Garden Railroad has 3 trains lines and one of them is going completely around the house.
Let Allen & Allen Model Railroading help you get started in your evey own Garden Railroad.  

Our beginers classe includ the folling :

Getting Started
Choosing equipment
Planning the line
Landscaping and scenery
Garden railroad plants
Scale and gauge
Operating your railroad

Beginers Class price $75.00
Lenth of courcs 2 hours
Sundays only
Time 10 am to 12 noon

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Trackside Guid Your Introduction to: Train-watching
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Devon line in 2010
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A garden railroad or garden railway (Railroad in the US, railway elsewhere) is a model railway system set up outdoors in a garden. While G is the most popular scale for garden railroads, 16 mm scale has a dedicated and growing following especially in the UK.
Selena's Landscape, Design & Tree Service can get you up a running. Please see below on how we can help.
Rent this 20 x 8 Garden Railroad for your  Home or Business Event.

Garden Railroad are for indoor or outdoor.
We can build your Garden Railroad on many different types of artificial grass in colors and  textures. 
15 x 100 ft. roll size. Call us now for your appointment at 484-645-4707 
Granville Tailer Woods was an inventor who held more than 60 patents in the U.S. He was the 1st African American mechanical and electrical engineer after the Civil War.
Self-taught, he concentrated most of his work on trains and streetcars. One of his notable inventions was a device he called the Synchronous Multiplex Railway Telegraph, a variation of induction telegraph which relied on ambient static electricity from existing telegraph lines to send messages between train stations and moving trains. 
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Edwina Justus (July 11, 1943) is an African-American trailblazer engineer who is best known for being Union Pacific's first black female train engineer. 

In 2018, Justus was honored in a Durham Museum exhibit.