This is a terrific way to display trains not in use on the layout. The display should be where the layout is located.
Develop this type of pathway along the north side of the lateral for light, wheeled vehicles and walking.
The "drag" rock could be used as a table on the patio.
Slab steps could be used in places along the slope between the north lawn and the lateral service trail.
This photo gives the impression of what the Tack building could look like when built into the landscape plan.
Up-lighting for trees
Hardscape used rather than grass
Planter box area
Future potential for a covered walkway to a model train center.
Covered walkway from house to the train center
To add beauty to banks along the lateral south of the house.
Potential base plan for Christmas Cabinet in shop...compete with doors required
General features of barn for possible inclusion in our barn's design.
Barn development ideas: Rock wall and doors
Example for garden boxes
Garden beds built with rot-resistant wood sitting on gravel.
This ash juniper fence gives a casual look because the wood is not sanded or shaped.
Raised beds made of teak, California redwood or cedar resting on gravel will allow water to drain quickly away from the wood. The interior of a raised bed should be lined with landscape fabric to separate the bedding soil from the wood to wick moisture away.